Tourist attractions

Łukęcin – undoubtedly beautiful , sandy , extensive beaches and wonderful seaside forest are great advantage of this seaside town. The closeness of the sea and surrounding of the seaside forest create an extraordinary spa microclimate. It is possible here to come across a lot of valuable, protected species of plants and animals such as Red Kite (Milvus milvus), the sand lizard (Lacerta agilis) but also the White-tailed Eagle (Haliaeetus albicilla) or the Red Phalarope (called Grey Phalarope in Europe).

Kamień Pomorski – its main attraction is a Roman-Gothic cathedral. Every summer it attracts music-lovers offering marvellous baroque organ music during the International Festival of Organ and Chamber Music. The real peael of the cathedral is its lovely viridarium – the inner monastic garden surrounded by the cloisters covered with wild grapevines. Another place worth seeing is : The Bishop’s Palace from XIV century, parts of medieval defensive wall with Wolinska Gate (now Stones and Minerals Museum), Gothic Town Hall with interesting architecture.

Chrząszczewska Island (14 km) – situated in the western part of Kamien Pomorski. At the edge of the water is immense size stone, from which took the name  the city and bay.

Grębowo – Golf and Country Club. The town is located approx. 5 km from Kamień Pom.

Jarszewo – small picturesque village with well remained historic buildings and XVI century church with unique interior which is well equipped and have intensive colours.

Wolin – a legendary Vineta, city with rich past attracts visitors with its history and many summer festivals. On the island worth seeing are: Regional Museum with archaeological collections. St. Nicolas church from XIII century, neogothic town hall, kurgan on Hangman’s Hill, private shipyard, where old boat copies are made.

Międzyzdroje – Star’s Promenade ( now festival is transferred to Sopot), pier, Wax Figure Museum, Woliński National Park Museum and nearby Bison Reserve – that’s the main attractions of this resort. In the nearby village Wapnica you can admire scenic Turquoise Lake and from hill Zielonka in Lubin amazing view on artificial lake with islands archipelago.

Dziwnów – a famous tourist resort situated on a sand-bar between the Baltic Sea and Kamieński Bay. There are numerous colourful fishing boats moared at the wharf. One of the main attractions is a cruise on Kamieński artificial lake and Baltic sea and also bascule bridge.

Pobierowo – devastated Ewa’s Braun House is remained as spoken remittance said.

Trzęsacz – the famous ruins of a church built in the XV century about 2 km from the shore. Now only a little fragment of the church remains nested on the cliffs eroded by water.

Niechorze – sea Heath resort with traditionally connected with fishing. Part of old pre-war buildings e.g. original cottage – now Fishing Museum. Another blast from the past worth appreciating is Lighthouse from XIX century. There is a great view of the Baltic Sea and surroundings. Nearby Lake Łuża with mud and water fowl reserve

Dreżewo – picturesque situated village with remain farm-hand and romantic XIX century palace which looks like a fortified castle.

Cerkwica – main attraction of this village is historic The Sacred Church of Jesus Christ one of the most beautiful temple on the Pomerania Region. It was built in the XV century with stones and bricks. Inside there is XVII century furnishings. Beside the church there is St. Otto’s well – probable place where Saint baptism Pomeranian’s people. In the village you can also find manor-house with original ball-room.

Ciećmierz – village with well remain historic farmyard. Also interesting is church from 1604 year – the example of this region folk. Inside original furnishings and also Gothic alter copy, which original was moved to the Cathedral in Szczecin.

Świerzno – Flemming’s manor-house from the first part of the XVIII century. Inside remain ball-room with valuable drawings from that time. Around the manor-house there is well survived park, which arrangement was imitated on Versailles’s garden.

Rybokarty – unquestionable attraction is one of the most interesting neo-gothic build on Pomerania -Baronial Palace with stylish as a defensive towers and charming landscape. In front of the palace there is the second thickness fir in Poland.

Gryfice – well survived monuments such as: parts of medieval defensive wall with High and Stony Gate and gunpowder tower, Our Lady Church from XIII century, St. Jerry’s chapel, water mill – proved the rich history of this city. One of the most interesting places of the region is Narrow-gauge Railroad Museum.

Kolejka wąskotorowa – from Gryfice to Niechorze (via Trzęsacz, Rewal) – it is a beautiful route through the green forests and pastel meadows. A route in “the old-fashioned style”.

Trzebiatów – medieval arrangement of the city still survive to our time with central situated baroque Town Hall from XVIII century and historic burghers’ houses. On one of them there is sgraffito from 1639 which shows herdsman and elephant. Over the city dominate huge Our Lady Church from XVI century, which worked as a lighthouse for the ships. There is a great view of the surroundings from the tower. Around the city survived long parts of the medieval defensive walls and Kaszana Tower. Also worth seeing – palace from XVII century, penitential cross from XVI century, Saint Ghost’s Gothic chapel in which in XVI century whole principality convert to Protestantism.

Nowielice – horse stud with tradition. Here raise racehorses with addition Hanover blood.

Yearly festivals

During summer there are many festivals of the sea.
One of the most interesting and worth seeing are:

International Festival of Organ and Chamber Music (June, July, August – Cathedral in Kamień Pomorski). Festival gathered music lovers from different parts of the world.

Viking’s festival in Wolin (beginning of the August). During the festival part of the city become lively medieval settlement. Many events accompany the festival such as: Presentation of early medieval handicrafts, cooking and the Slavs and Viking’s camp, craftsmen show their early medieval professions. Not only can it be seen how in the old ages the pots were moulded but also the replic can be done by oneself. Other presentations: weaving, production of the buckets made of bark, jeweler’s craft, workshop of amber, wood – carving, workshop of antlers and horns, tanning, basketry, coin extracting, flour – milling, smelting, box – sewing, salt obtaining, stained – glass production and many concerts.

Trzebiatowskie Groats Festival (July/August – Trzebiatów). During festival in the town come back to life spirit of the medieval times. Many parades, concerts, workshops, exhibition of historical costumes are held. You could eat groats. In this way people celebrate history.

Summer’s Concert with the best music under the Sun (second part of the July – Dziwnów)

Greek Day (second part of the July – Dziwnów).