Local sights

Jastrzębia Góra

Jastrzębia Góra is one of the prettiest towns at the Baltic sea. The same location makes this village outstanding as it’s the most extended place to the north in Poland. In Jastrzębia Góra there are many attractions you can’t miss being in the area!

  • Lisi Jar is a gorge that is 50 m deep and stretches by a narrow strip to the very beach. In fact this is an erosive cut between Rozewie and Jastrzębia Góra. At the moment the gorge is 350 m long, once it had 10 km length but the Baltic swallowed most of it. On the sides of the gorge there are many beeches older than 100 years. The beeches know many incredible stories, that rustle with their leaves, however only an astute listener can hear them. At the entrance of Lisi Jar, De Rosset count -one of Jastrzębia Góra founders, built the first sea-side tourist shelter called “Nad Lisim Jarem".
  • Obelisk Zygmunta III is also located at the Lisi Jar entrance. It was placed there in the interwar period by Alexander de Rosset count.
  • Obelisk “North Star" is a rock put in the northernmost place, set from initiative of “Friends of Jastrzebia Góra” association. The North Star is located at the end of Norwida Street, just at the cliff bank. You can also get there by the sea-side forest from the side of Rozewska Street.
  • Światowid Promenade is a boulevard in the centre of Jastrzębia Góra, leading to the view point and to the beach. Along the promenade there are many bars, catering places and souvenir stalls. You can also find there a square with benches, fountain and a place where in the summer culture events happen.


Władysławowo, commonly called “Władek” is one of the most popular sea resorts. It’s got a climate with therapeutic properties, clean water and air filled with intense iodine scent.

Władysławowo is a paradise for extreme sportsmen, also hobbyists who have dreamed conditions to practise swimming disciplines, windsurfing and yachting.

  • Sports Stars Alley is the first alley in Poland dadicated to Polish and foreign sportsmen. It was created in a year 2000 near the legendary Centre of Olympics Preparations “Cetniewo”. Each year usually with the personal presence of the sportsman, there are new bronze stars uncovered. The alley is also the boulevard leading to the sea.
  • Hallerówka jis a wooden house from the beginning of XX century, where is the Haller Museum. General Józef Haller lived in it with his family while summer holidays. In the museum you can see a collection of souvenirs dedicated to the general and his soldiers from legendary Blue Army.
  • View Terraces Władysławowo are in the Fisherman’s House. From this place you can admire panorama of the town and the base of Hel Peninsula. For visitors there are open two terraces, lower one 45 m above sea level and the upper one at 63 m above sea level. Thanks to optical devices left for tourists use, you can view the area from closer perspective. https://www.wieza.wladyslawowo.pl/
    • In the tower there is also a Museum of Butterflies in which there are a few thousands of exhibits, among them the most precious exhibits from entire world. https://www.muzeummotyli.pl/
    • Museum of Illusion is another place worth of seeing, located in the tower at Fisherman’s House. There you can learn secrets of optical illusion, paradoxes, strange pictures and funny tricks. In the museum are also optical toys from XIX century, distorting mirrors in a laugh cabinet and Zoetrop – first image changer in the world. https://muzeumiluzji.pl/
  • Ocean Park is a place which combines education with a great fun. In the Ocean Park you can see different sea and ocean animals in natural sizes and learn many curiosities about them. In this theme park are many attractions, most important of them is “A walk on the ocean bed”. This amazing ramble you start from meeting one of the biggest animal in the world – cachalot. http://www.oceanpark.pl/


  • Chłapowska Valley, also called Chłapowski Gorge or “Rudnik" is the biggest attraction in Chłapowo. This is the sea nature park, open in a year 2000. The valley is about half a kilometre long and its bottom is 40 m deep. A walk through the valley is a journey to the world of virgin nature, rare species of plants and beautiful landscape. The legend says the name “Rudnik" comes from red ground, a symbol of bloody trap on the Swedish during “the Swedish Flood”. The science has a bit different opinion about this. As geologists claim the gorge was created as a result of water erosion from rivers flowing into the Baltic, and red colour of ground is caused by exudates of ground water rich in iron.


  • Rozewie Lighthouse is located on Rozewie Peninsula. This is the oldest building of this type on Polish coast. Inside there is the Light Housing Museum in which there is a permanent exhibition presenting the evolution of sea lighthouses from ancient till today. In the same building there is also a memorial chamber of Stefan Żeromski. The legend says that just here he wrote “Wind from sea”.
  • Rozewie Peninsula was created in 1959 to save the fragment of cliff coast which is covered by over 100 years old forest. Some trees growing on this area are over 160 years old, and among them natures monuments.