Jarosławiec- a holiday resort with a cliff coast located near two lakes: Kopań and Wicko. The greatest attraction of Jarosławiec is its sandy beach and a wonderful microclimate. Jarosławiec has also much to offer for tourists who want to spend their time actively. In the village one can go on a ship cruise or go horse riding on the sandy beach or in a pine forest. Tourists can swim not only in the sea, but also in the hotel’s swimming pools, in the neighbouring outdoor Waterpark or in the indoor Waterpark in Darłowo (heated sea water). One can go at the nearby lake and sail on a boat or use a water bicycle. Thanks to many offers it is a real paradise for fishermen too. Worth visiting is also the 33.3 m tall lighthouse dating from 1828 and located in the very centre of Jarosławiec. From the lighthouse balcony there is a great view on the whole village, the Baltic Sea and two coastal lakes.
Tourist attractions – what to see?
Horse riding in Jarosławiec
Horse riding classes. For those who already can ride a horse there is an attractive offer of riding on the beach or in a pine forest. The stad farm is located about 200 m behind the post office on the left.
- Jarosławiec – a complex of outdoor swimming pools in the sanatorium.
- Darłówko - “Waterpark Jan”, Open daily from 9.00 a.m. to 10.00 p.m.
Cruises (from Darłowo)
- Fishing and Cruising Boat,
- a cruise on a historic ship “Dragon”, from the port of Ustka,
Cruises to Bornholm Island from Darłowo
Bornholm, also called “The Baltic’s Pearl”, „Mallorca of the North” or „The Sunny Island”, has been an attractive tourist destination for over 100 years now and it is still an interest of tourists from the whole Europe.
The price list depends only on the amount of used balls; the equipment and the protective clothes are for free. Airguns, archery, target practice. The paintball field is located in Jarosławiec, it is a wooded and enclosed area equipped with obstacles. Hours are agreed individually.
Słowiński National Park – unique moving dunes
The Park has an area of 8247 ha and was created on 1st January 1967. In 1977 it was acknowledged by UNESCO as a World Biosphere Reserve. The name of the park comes from the name of the Pomeranian population related to the area of Kaszuby - Słowińcy. Natural conditions, which have decided about such a great importance of the protected landscapes are: moving dunes, coastal lakes and richness of wildlife.
The aeolian forms in Słowiński National Park cover an area of 953 ha.
Museum of Słowińska Village in Kluki
The museum has been created to save the material culture of the old population of Kaszuby, called Słowińcy. The museum’s location in the middle of a small functioning village population in the centre of the National Park makes it more authentic and emphasizes its symbiosis with nature. Old houses and farms teem with life during numerous folkloristic festivals reconstructing the old culture and times of the past epoch. Thousands of tourists and inhabitants of the region visit the museum to attend the Black Wedding - the main festival opening the season.Open from Tuesday to Sunday; www.muzeumkluki.pl
Swołowo is located northeast of Słupsk. It is one of the most historically interesting Pomeranian villages because it has remained unchanged since 13th century. It has preserved the medieval layout and some of its buildings are 150 years old. Swołowo has been designated as „the Pomeranian village of the European Cultural Heritage\".
The Castle of Pomeranian Dukes in Darłowo– the only gothic castle in Poland located at the seaside with a 24 m high tower. Opening hours: from 1st May to 30th September from Monday to Sunday, 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Thematical Gardens Hortulus in Dobrzyca
Exceptional garden compositions provide a pleasant aesthetic and spiritual experience. The gardens are divided thematically - there is, for example, a Japanese, Mediterranean, French, rock or water garden. In the gardens’ area there is also a grotto, a cave, a view platform and numerous elements of small architecture: bridges, pergolas, trellises, fountains, sculptures.
Contact: 76-038, Dobrzyca 76
Open: from Monday to Saturday, 09.00 a.m. - 7.00 p.m.,
Sunday and holidays10.00 a.m. - 6.00 p.m.