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Slowinski National Park, Baltic Coast

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National Park
Słowiński National Park is a national park in Pomeranian Voivodeship, northern Poland. It is situated on the Baltic coast, between Łeba and Rowy. The northern boundary of the park consists of 32.5km of coastline.HistoryThe original idea of creating a preserve here came out in 1946, at a conference in Łeba with scientists from Poznań and Gdańsk. The park, however, was created 21 years later, in 1967, on an area of 180.69sqkm. Today it is slightly larger, covering 186.18km2, of which 102.13sqkm consists of waters and 45.99sqkm of forests. The strictly preserved zone covers 56.19sqkm. In 1977 UNESCO designated the park a biosphere reserve under its Programme on Man and the Biosphere (MaB). The Słowiński wetlands were designated a Ramsar site in 1995.The park is named after the Slavic (later Germanized) people known as the Slovincians (Słowińcy), who used to live in this swampy, inaccessible area at the edge of Lake Leba. In the village of Kluki there is an open-air museum presenting aspects of this people's former life and culture.
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Reviews
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  • are different and depending on where you enter you han different landscapes and dunes to explore. The most popular is the entrance in the vicinity of Leba (see review), but moving westward there is another access point also to Czolpino. Here, too, paid parking, but if you kept the receipt of admission to the Park is also true here. The dunes didn't make it, either because we had walked a lot in the morning and because the weather was definitely gone downhill. From here you can take a walk, not very long in the Woods the beautiful lighthouse. They are all very beautiful and different from each other. Of course from here on you can enjoy a great view of all the surroundings. Slightly more strenuous than others but still very interesting
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  • Amazing white sand dunes I did not expect to see in Poland. During the season crowded by people. Interesting is walking on the beach.  more »
  • A pleasant half-day excursion to the wandering homokdűnékhez. The national park entrance fee-surprisingly-half was parking fee. A good hour a pleasant woodsy walking for them after the dunes, the comfortable electric with small buses come and go. The dűnékről of the sea and belsőtó also in the foreseeable future. Surprisingly, the seat is not really the cords. You can also back up the coast and could come from belsőtón, félúttól.
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  • Nice park to visit with desert views before the Baltic Sea.
  • Beautiful sandy landscape of Poland in the close vicinity of forests and Baltic sea.
  • If you are in Poland BALTIC SEE IS A MUST!! For real. Forget about all small towns ( visit Warsaw, Cracow and Wrocław) and go to the see side
  • place worth to visit..recommendation: go there out of summer season ideally during the work week (otherwise full of tourists)..
  • Beautiful place! Worth visiting