Słowiński National Park

A natural coastal unusual nature park in Poland.

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Summary

Słowiński National Park lies on the Baltic Sea coast in northern Poland. It consists of 32.5 kilometers of coastline and offers many cycling and hiking trails, as well as long empty beaches and stunning forests.

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Reasons to visit Słowiński National Park

  • Explore the park's shifting sand dunes, which can grow up to 30 meters high and separate the park from the Baltic Sea.
  • There are around 140 kilometers of tourist walking and cycling trails.
  • Take in stunning views of the Baltic Sea from Rowokol, the park's highest peak and an excellent observation point.
  • Seven rivers cross the park, the largest being the Łeba and the Łupawa.
  • Here you can also see the dead forest, covered by sand.
  • The northern boundary of the park consists of 32.5 kilometers of coastline.

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Frequently asked questions about Słowiński National Park

Why is Słowiński National Park worth visiting?
  • Explore the park's shifting sand dunes, which can grow up to 30 meters high and separate the park from the Baltic Sea.
  • There are around 140 kilometers of tourist walking and cycling trails.
  • Take in stunning views of the Baltic Sea from Rowokol, the park's highest peak and an excellent observation point.
  • Seven rivers cross the park, the largest being the Łeba and the Łupawa.
  • Here you can also see the dead forest, covered by sand.
  • The northern boundary of the park consists of 32.5 kilometers of coastline.
What other places worth visiting when traveling to Słowiński National Park?
  • Gdańsk
  • Gdynia
  • Sopot
  • Orłowski Cliff
  • Ustka
  • Mielno
  • Park Narodowy Bory Tucholskie
  • Jarosławiec
  • Kashubian Landscape Park
  • Łebsko Lake
  • Lake Jamno