Current temperature:



 Pomerania Attractions and Activities

Our unique location allows us to offer an extensive range of quality, healthy and low-cost activities such as:
Walking Hiking in the beautiful Surrounding forests.
Cycling and Mountain Biking - explore on your own or follow mapped cycle routes.
Canoeing on the local rivers and lakes.
Relaxing on the golden, unspoilt beaches of the Baltic Sea.
Fishing on our own lake, the local rivers or on the sea (Day trips can be organized) The nearby Slupia River is home to the best Trout and Salmon fishery in Europe.
Horse Riding - for an hour or two or whole days.
Tennis on our own Grass court.
Golf at the two local 18 hole courses or at the pitch and putt.
Visiting the unique Moving Sand Dunes at the Slowinski National Park.
Visting the Museums and Galleries in Stupsk, Bytow and Gdansk.
Shopping at one of the local centres or markets.
The Słupia River Valley Park
This is one of the biggest parks in Poland, some 37,040 hectares in size. It has a varying landscape with valleys and hills however 72% of the park is made up of forest, which helps to create a clean, healthy and unspoilt environment. This in turn makes the area perfect for active tourism such as horse riding, walking, cycling and canoeing. There are 4 Official Trails and 6 forest trails and a long cycle route. One of the best rivers for Canoeing is the Słupia as there are sections for both Novice and Experienced Canoeists. Other attractions of this river are the 5 Hydro ElectricStations which are now working attractions . These are also included on the cyclist route. Walking can be done anywhere in the area as there are so many roads, tracks and paths to choose from.


Słowinski National Park
The Słowinski National park is situated on the Baltic Coast in the Pomeranian Region of Northern Poland. It occupies an area of 18,247 hectares of which approx 10,000 are rivers and lakes, 4,500 forests, 1500 marshland, 1,000 moving sand dunes and another 1500 hectares of other natural biotopes. It is possible to view the whole park from an observation tower at the top of Rowokól Hill in Smołdzino. From here you can see the moving sand dunes which date back about 5,000 years and are moving at a rate of about 10 metres per year.
The Park is open from the beginning of May until the end of September and strict rules are in force in the park to ensure that both the preservation of nature and protection of wildlife is maintained.
In the small Village of Kluki there is an old style 'Skansen' village with a museum an old style farm to show how the lives and customs of the Slovins were, when the region was inhabited by the Slovin Kashubians.