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First and foremost: we have the beach almost at your fingertips, so after breakfast you can fly, spread out on the sand and jump over the waves. It is worth catching a blueberry on the way, or thinking about sandwiches, so that you do not have to give up a sunny day to stand in the kitchen. Secondly, we have forests nearby, where walking is pure pleasure. And when we add the mushroom season to it, be sure to take large baskets for a walk.
Cyclists will be pleased to hear that there is a bicycle route that ends in Hel, and that it is very convenient to explore the surrounding monuments, villages and ports by bike. The route Jastrzębia Góra → Rozewie and Przyrzałek Rozewski → Łebski Żleb → Chłapowo and Wąwóz Chłapowski "Rudnik" → Cetniewo → Władysławowo is considered one of the most beautiful in Pomerania.
All water sports enthusiasts should head towards Chałupy, Kuźnice, Jurata and Hel. There you will learn the art of kitesurfing and surfing with the best Polish instructors.
If you want to go on further trips, we recommend you:
- Tri-City with all its attractions, museums and monuments,
- the entire Hel Peninsula and one of the most beautiful beaches on its tip,
- Castle of Jan III Sobieski in Rzucewo,
- Hel Fortifications Trail,
- North Star,
- the power plant in Żarnowiec,
- climb the "Kashubian Eye",
- Słowiński National Park and moving dunes in Łeba,
- climb one of the lighthouses available on the coast and admire the views,
- the estuary of the Piaśnica River into the Baltic Sea (those willing can take advantage of, inter alia, canoeing trips that end on the sea shore),
- the narrowest section of the Hel Peninsula in Kuźnica,
- fortifications from the Second World War in Jastarnia,
- Museum of Coastal Defense in Hel,
- Hel sealarium.