As you've mentioned, Poland highly restricts abortion due to Christian majorities and a Christian-political view but also Malta, Andorra, San Marino which are the only European Countries that criminalize abortion.
Poland: The planned law had garnered support from both the Catholic Church and Poland's governing right-wing Law and Justice party (PiS). It was submitted by the country's Stop Abortion coalition, and drafted by a hardline conservative Warsaw-based advocacy group and think tank called the Ordo Iuris Institute.
Countries which allow abortion on request in the EU are Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia,
Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark,
Estonia, France, Germany, Greece,
Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia,
Lithuania, Luxembourg, Netherlands,
Portugal, Romania, Slovakia,
Slovenia, Spain, and Sweden.
In a small number of European
countries that allow abortion on
request women may need to specify
that they are in a state of distress
about the pregnancy
In the European Union (EU)
almost every country has
legalized abortion on request
or on broad social grounds.
Poland and Malta are the
only EU member states that
maintain highly restrictive laws.
Do European right-wing parties oppose abortion:
In reality, discrepancies and stipulations still occur. This is large because the EU's mandate is somewhat restricted—reproductive rights do not fall under the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights, the legally binding document that protects the rights and freedoms of all European citizens. As opposed to the European Union rises with the spread of anti-immigrant, nationalist sentiment across the continent, that mandate looks to be restricted even further.
Every woman I spoke to over the course of Black Monday waved the same universal red flag—not just for Poles, but for all European women. "Right-wing governments and the repealing of reproductive rights is spreading in Europe like cancer," Palian warned me. "Check out what's happening in Croatia, check out what's happening in Hungary. This is not only us."
Attitudes towards reproductive rights seem to be in a state of flux across many European countries right now, including Hungary, Macedonia, Italy, and Slovakia.
https://www.vice.com/en/article/wje8k9/why-the-rise-of-the-european-right-spells-doom-for-reproductive-health(Do European right-wing parties oppose abortion)