Campings in West Pomeranian Voivodeship

Located on the coast of the Baltic Sea, West Pomeranian Voivodeship tempts not only with its wide sandy beaches, but also with centuries-old forests and cities, where we can find many attractions and gems of historic architecture. Thanks to this, regardless of the weather, holidays in the West Pomeranian Voivodeship will be successful! 

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West Pomeranian attractions

Western Pomerania offers many attractions for people of all ages, so it will be a great holiday destination for the whole family. In summer, when the sunny weather is nice, you can relax on the sandy Baltic beaches, but water frenzy is also provided by water parks, for example in Koszalin. An interesting attraction for children are miniature parks in Międzyzdroje, Dziwnów and Niechorze, as well as the Slavs and Vikings Open-Air Museum in Wolin. People who like to spend their time actively will appreciate the numerous hiking and biking trails in landscape parks and canoeing trips on the Drawa waterway.

Monuments of the West Pomeranian Voivodeship

In many places in Western Pomerania, old town layouts with medieval origins have been preserved, including in Gryfice, Myślibórz, Trzebiatów, Darłowo or Cedynia. In many cities, including Drawsko Pomorskie, Stargard or Koszalin, you can admire the preserved medieval defensive walls with towers, bastions and moats. In the coastal area, in Świnoujście, Dziwnów, Kołobrzeg or Kamień Pomorski, we can also find many examples of 19th-century spa architecture in the Swiss style. In addition, there are many castles in Western Pomerania – the most magnificent are the castles of Pomeranian dukes in Szczecin and Darłowo. It is worth noting that the West Pomeranian Voivodeship hides relics of even earlier times: tombs from the Stone Age, Lusatian settlements and burial mounds. 

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