Weekend on the Pomeranian Bay

I spent the last few days on the Pomeranian Bay, on both Polish and German sides.

I stayed in Międzyzdroje, a popular Polish resort. Though the place is far too crowded and noisy for me, the surroundings are  excellent. Here the beautiful Woliński National Park is situated, with its splendid cliffs, which are not to be found anywhere else on the Polish seaside.

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The flora growing on the cliffs

Hippophaë rhamnoides

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Honckenya peploides

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A new life on a follen beech log

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Hippophaë rhamnoides, Epilobium angustifolium, Achillea sp.

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You can visit vantage points with breathtaking views.

The Kawcza Góra (the Jackdow Hill) vantage point is one of them.

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The panorama of the Pomeranian Bay

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The new-built wooden stairs leading from the Kawcza Góra to the beach

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The view is magnificient and the stairs are well-designed; they perfectly fit in the landscape. I love such designes.

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You can admire even more beautiful view from the Gosań vantage point, located 90 m above the sea level.

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On the beach 🙂

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The Kikut lighthouse, situated on the Kikut hill. It was built in the 1960s and is 18 m high.

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Some fun by the Kikut 😀

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You can sail from Międzyzdroje to the German side of the Pomeranian Bay by ship. It takes about one hour to get to one of three German resorts – Ahlbeck, Herringsdorf and Bansin. We visited Herringsdorf and saw its main promenade with greatly-designed and well-kept buildings and greenery.

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