It is a great alternative for people who like to spend time actively. The routes have been adapted for cyclists, runners and Nordic walking enthusiasts.
The complex consists of two show gardens of a different nature – Hortulus Thematic Gardens and Hortulus Spectabilis Gardens. The Theme Gardens on the area of 5.5 ha include: rock gardens, water gardens, Japanese gardens and original gardens of the senses in the English style. In the second part – Spectabilis – the main sightseeing […]
Undoubtedly, one of the greatest tourist attractions of the area. It was built at the turn of 1877 and 1878. It is 50.2 meters high, with 190 steps leading to its top. In good weather, the light from the lighthouse is visible from a distance of 19.5 nautical miles. The facility is open to visitors.
The instrument was designed and built by the Voelkner company from Duninów (Dünnow) in the 19th century. Originally the pipe organs had two manuals, but a section of the second manual was removed during a refurbishment in 2005. As part of the International Pipe Organs Festival in Koszalin, summer pipe organs concerts are held on […]
On the coastal bicycle route, from Mielno through Mielenko towards Chłopy, there is a huge boulder pointing to the place where the 16th meridian runs. The stone, 2.3 m high and weighing more than 5 tons, was excavated from a nearby field and transported there by the inhabitants.
A Slavic settlement located there in the 9th century was reconstructed on the outskirts of the Koszalin Seaside Park. An earthen cone surrounded by a moat was built in the very center. More than 100-year-old beeches and oaks give this place additional charm. The Society of Living Archeology several times a year – mainly during […]
It is part of the EuroVelo (EV10) international bicycle route around the Baltic Sea. The total length of the route is over 7900 km and it connects the most important coastal towns, incl. Gdańsk, Riga, Tallinn, Helsinki, Malmo and Copenhagen.
It is located behind the village of Mielenko towards the village of Gąski, it is made up of two rows of Turkish hazel, probably planted in the 1920s. The specimens in the alley reach 12 meters in height, they are over 100 years old. The trees are native to Southeast Europe and Asia Minor.
Along the 2 km section of the road from Mielno to Mielenko, over 150-year-old lime trees grow. The trees were planted at the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries. By decision of the provincial nature conservator, since 2014, Lime Alley is a nature monument.
The reservoir was created from the former sea bay, two rivers flow into it: Dzierżęcinka and Unieść. The average depth of the lake is 1.4 m, the maximum depth is 3.9 m. Jamno is the 9th largest lake in Poland in terms of area, it is connected with the Baltic Sea through a channel called […]