IDEA FOR A WEEKEND - at the seaside part 2
And while driving further we climbed some dunes :)
But people do not live by the beaches alone - sometimes you will find the city on the route - today Kołobrzeg goes to the wallpaper. We left the car in the port and wandered along the coast. We also met a yellow camper on a tinplate on Polish registrations (unmarked). We will not go to Bornholm - we wanted to go to the sea, but I think there aren't any other people.
The port, the lighthouse, the promenade, the pier - there are already crowds here.
Similarly, towards the east, behind the pier, where there is a traffic path along the sea. Kamienny Szaniec - currently a pub - we will certainly not be counted among the walruses, so we are getting away from here.
There are hotels behind the campsite - we checked the price list - a double room on New Year's Eve only 3000 PLN: D
After Ustronie Morskie, we stuck on the way to Wenietów. Although, looking around the area, we entered the military area, until the road was still made of plates, we were going quite fairly. However, right in front of the river, we stopped in front of the driveway and…. we turned back even though there was still signage to some campground (real?). We wanted to shorten the way to Gąski (it was on the paper map), but for the first time we trusted GPS, which stubbornly said "turn back" - so we came back.
We got to Gąski on a not very interesting road - (through Kładno) a narrow, full of holes rather not recommended. There is a lantern and omnipresent silence.
Sarbinowo is definitely bigger and more "civilized", especially when it comes to roads :)
Mielno is quiet at this time of the year. We walk around the promenade, excuse me, the promenade :) on the beach, and then to Lake Jamno.
KOSZALIN - SŁAWNO-SŁUPSK
In Koszalin, we park in a free car park (54.192069.16.178188) very close to the city center - near the brewery and the historic fire brigade building. First we go to the Basilica of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Koszalin town hall tightly covered - renovation is in full swing.
By the river, we will meet the Witches' Tower, which was scary only half a century ago. The tower was an element of the defensive walls surrounding the city located on the Słupia River.
Buildings located on the other bank are reflected in the water - it's beautiful :)
USTKA - JAROSŁAWIEC - DARŁOWO - DARŁÓWEK - JAMNO
Ustka turned out to be a nice place even in winter. Of course, at first we looked at the beach - almost the same as the whole Polish sea - sand, breakwaters, water :)
We reached the lighthouse along the promenade, in which the ghost supposedly haunts, which according to the lighthouse keepers calms down when tourists enter it.
The port is temporarily quiet - if someone would like to walk to the other side, a bridge can be placed for 15 minutes every hour during the day :)
Near the port there are also the oldest buildings in the city (18th century), a bit further red warehouses. We return in the park near the red villa, the monument and again along the waterfront.
The sea area of Jarosławiec is said to be treacherous, which is why a fishermen's guide - a lighthouse has been standing here for almost 200 years.
Darłowo is located a few kilometers from the sea. Instead of water, we were welcomed by the ubiquitous birds - almost like from Hitchcock :)
In addition to them, it is worth visiting the Pomeranian Dukes' Castle in Darłowo and the local market and the surrounding remains of the city walls with the High Gate ?? If, 2.2m ground clearance is high: D
To meet the sea and of course the lighthouse, you have to come to Darłówek. Both parts are connected by a bridge by the sea. It's kind of winter, but we don't necessarily want to stay on the other side, the bridge over the Wieprza river is pulled apart.
We are just touring Jamno Lake - lots of campsites on the spit - where it flows into the sea, they are now fortifying.
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The donkey puts hooves here and there…. he just travels the world. We travel in a small camper, if we can get there by car - we will get there, if not - we will try it on foot. Our trips are not boring, we have some more or less adventure almost every day. We get to know landscapes, monuments, people, and then we describe it on the blog with a pinch of humor ...