Sightseeing

Świnoujście (45km)

68 m high, with more than 300 spiral stairs is the highest lighthouse, not only of our coast, but also the highest in the Baltic region, and one of the highest in the world. Old Prussian Forts (Gerhard, Angel and North Forts) - one of the best preserved nineteenth-century coastal forts in our part of Europe. Border crossing with Germany for pedestrians, cars and bicycles - ideal infrastructure favours especially such type of expeditions. You can visit the towns of Ahlbeck, Heringsdorf and Bansin.
 

Międzyzdroje (30km)

Avenue of Stars. Where artists imprint their hands. Every year the Festival of Stars also takes place here.
Pier. From where you can enjoy the panoramic view of the town and the coast of the Wolin National Park.
Museum of Wax Figures.
 

Wolin (30km)

Open-air Ethnographic Viking Museum. The cathedral and the museum allow travel back in time and meeting the interesting history of this land. Traditionally, in the early August, Wolin becomes the capital of the Vikings.
Wolin National Park includes the most beautiful section of the cliff coast in Poland with a coastal strip of sea waters, magnificent forests, especially pine forests and well-preserved beech forests, and an island delta of the Świna River. There is a European Bison Reserve in the park.
Turquoise Lake.
Located in the village of Wapnica. The Lake was named so because of the turquoise colour, which results from the reflection of the light rays from the water containing calcium compounds from the former chalk mine existing in this place.
Gosań Hill.
A hill located approximately 95 metres above sea level and the highest point of the Wolin cliff. Here you can enjoy a beautiful view of the Pomeranian Bay but also see the devastating force of the sea.
 

 

Dziwnów (3 km)

Walking and scenic promenade. It stretches on the peak of the dunes, for many kilometres along the beach. Drawbridge on the Dziwna River. One of the few structures of this kind in Poland. Passenger harbour. Located at the Kosciuszko Quay. In the summer season, regular cruises to the Baltic Sea, the Szczecin Lagoon and the town of Kamień Pomorski take place from here. Martwa Dziwna Lake. Old natural estuary of the Dziwna River – now a blind lake. Cycling and walking paths also go through this forest area. Miniature Park. Which brings together all the Polish coast lighthouses in one place.
 

Town of Kamień Pomorski (7km)

Romanesque-Gothic Cathedral from the 12th century. Equipped with Baroque organ. In the summer, concerts of organ music are held here. Old Town with the Town Hall and the Wolińska Tower which houses the Museum of Stones. Coasts of Kamień Pomorski with new marina built in 2012.
 

Wrzosowo (4km) Trzęsacz (14km)

Wrzosowo (approximately 4km).
Dinosaur Park & mini zoo.
Trzęsacz (approximately 14km).
Ruins of the church from the turn of the 14th and 15th centuries.
The temple was built in the middle of the village approximately 2 km from the sea shore; today only a part of the south wall remained.
 

Niechorze (22km) Trzebiatów (30km)

Niechorze (approximately 22km).
“Ciuchcia Retro” narrow gauge railway.
The train departs several times a day, starting from the long weekend in May till the end of September along the route of: Gryfice-Rybokarty-Karnice-Trzebiatów-Dreżewo-Trzęsacz-Niechorze-Pogorzelica. Lighthouse standing on a high cliff coast.

Trzebiatów (approximately 30km).
Old Town and Market Square
with characteristic chessboard urban layout. Palace complex built in the classical style in the 18th century.
 

Kołobrzeg (60km)

Lighthouse located near the harbour, rising to the height of 26 metres. Museum of Polish Arms - it has got a rich collection, exhibited in several places (including open air exhibitions). The charming Old Town with the Gothic St. Mary’s Basilica (from the 14th century) and the neo-Gothic Town Hall.