In the heart of a small village, 15 km from the sea shore stands a small palace from the end of the 19th century. It is surrounded by a huge park with three ponds and an island. There are no princesses living there, and instead of romantic history is the pedigree of science. The Peat Research Institute was located here, and the researchers studied the areas hidden in the forests and tall grass and passed on their knowledge to landowners, students and academics.
Enjoy the magical world where nature seems inviolable, old trees rustle on ancient history, and no one is going to change it. Nearly the farms are proud of Pomeranian forests with wild game grounds, meadow with wandering storks, fish rich in river Leba. Close to Leba, Rowy, Smołdzina, Kluk and Ustka. We invite you to the Central Pomerania, mysterious, undiscovered and full of interesting stories. Enjoy the peanut soup and the extraordinary hospitality at Poraj Palace.