Pobierowo is a small seaside village located in the Rewal municipality at the Trzebiatowskie Coast, which is part of Western Pomerania. This region attracts those who seek peace and beautiful views. It’s a true landscape gem. Tourists will find here kilometers of sandy beaches, wrapped by coastal pine forests, which protect the area from the wind. You can spend your time not only at the seaside (at the 400-meter long bathing beach), but also take advantage of numerous tourist attractions – both sport lovers and experience seekers will find something made just for them. The city and its immediate surroundings feature, among others: a rope park, a water park, swimming pools, bike rentals, windsurfing schools, stud farms (also for children), free tennis, volleyball and basketball courts and a miniature golf field. You can also climb the lighthouse, drive a quad, fish in the sea, take a trip with a retro choo-choo train or a boat.
One of the local attractions is the “Sun Academy – Active Recreation Zone”, which has received a certificate of the Polish Tourist Organization for the Best Tourist Product of 2005. Pobierowo is also a part of two hiking routes (the blue one – Rewal Coast Trail and the red one – Czesław Piskorski Seaside Trail), and two cycling routes – Pobierowo Summer Trail and Western Connector Trail. The area hosts several regular events, including those taking place during holidays – Breakfast Run, International Youth Beach Volleyball Championships – Polish Baltic Cup, amateur basketball tournament – Run and Gun Streetball Tour, Windsurfing Euro Challenge Cup and Polish Tug of War Night Championships. Pobierowo meets the highest European environmental standards, certified by the prestigious international program of the Foundation for Environmental Education – the Blue Flag. The intimate atmosphere and security, as well as numerous attractions and active leisure opportunities, make this town the perfect holiday choice for families with children.
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