Attractions

Dunes in Słowiński National Park

Shifting Dunes

The most unusual feature of the national park is the shifting dunes (wydmy ruchome), which create a genuine desert landscape. They’re on the sandbar separating the sea from Lake Łebsko, about 8km west of Łeba. Romme…
National Park in Słowiński National Park

Słowiński National Park

The 186-sq-km Słowiński National Park takes up the 33km stretch of coast between Łeba and the tourist fishing village of Rowy, complete with two large lakes, the Łebsko and the Gardno, and their surrounding belts of…
Museum in Słowiński National Park

Kluki Skansen

Set on the southwestern shore of Lake Łebsko, the tiny isolated hamlet of Kluki was the last holdout of Slovincian culture, now showcased in the centrally located skansen, an open-air museum of traditional architect…
Museum in Słowiński National Park

Natural History Museum

West of Kluki, outside the park’s boundaries, Smołdzino boasts a fine Natural History Museum, which features collections of flora and fauna from the park’s various habitats.
National Park in Słowiński National Park

Lakes

There are four lakes in the park, two large and two small. They are shallow lagoons that started life as bays and were gradually cut off from the sea by the sandbar. With densely overgrown, almost inaccessible marsh…
Village in Słowiński National Park

Smołdzino

West of Kluki, outside the park’s boundaries, Smołdzino boasts a fine Natural History Museum, which features collections of flora and fauna from the park’s various habitats.Just 1km southwest of the village is Mt Ro…