||Author developes herewith his contribution on a base of his own larger work intitled as above, as well as on works done in the Institute of Landscape Architecte under coordinnation of prof. A Bohm. An important case study elaborated in thatfield is a smalltown Janowice on the Vistula river, where the third author was prof. K Ku?nierz. A method used in this work cosists of two approach: the first is multidisciplinary one, dealing with democracy, free market, and in particular with private ownships, municipality power, individual small business, cost-benefit-analysis concerning beauty of landscape and environment. The next approach is purely professional urb-architectural, or in another words - represensting landscape architecture. It is written in the three parts, picturing three scales of approach First is regional-one, taking into account large distance linkage between tourist towns, relation to large cities as well between "our" tourist small town and its surrounding. This chapter ends with zoning cultural landscape. The second part debates about urban scale. Gestalt, panorama, urban structure and its elements as places, streets, parcs, etc. This part ends with urban standards. Third part deals with details. It shows ambivalency between modern and tradition, extravagancy and quiet, ie. This ends with design-guide idea. In conclusion, small tourist towns in Poland is in important socio-economical, and professional problem for architects, in particular for landscape architects.