We walked all the way to Germany ie to Bad Ahlbeck. Follow the promenade behind the beach and continue along Zeromskiego and then the footpath through the forest. You will end up in the no-man's land and see the border markers. Have your photo taken with the markers!
There are long sandy beaches in Swinoujscie. Behind the beach forest you will find lots of attractions and eating stall for the whole family. Also you can walk to the light house that looks like a wind mill. On the promenade there are horse-drawn carriages waiting to take you for a tour.
If you are dreaming about hot summer sandy beaches and blue water of the sea - come to Poland.
The beach in Swinoujscie is great. I bet it is one of the widest beaches in the whole Poland.
Near Swinoujscie there is a nice small town Miedzyzdroje , it has a pier and more peaceful atmosphere than the city , of course in both places there are really lots of tourists each summer!
We found this memorial chapel along Pilsudskiego street. It's dedicated to the lifes lost at sea and to the navy. At least that's the impression I got.
Please correct me if you know more about it.
The tower of the former Martin-Luther Church is an impressive sight. An entry fee applies if you want to go inside.
This church has originally been built in 1788-92 as a protestant parish church with no tower or organ. In 1881 the tower was added. Since 1946 it is a catholic church.
Since this year 2007 the municpality has started an investition of building a sea side walk along the beach with nice wiev at the sea.
The beach in Swinoujscie is one of the widest beaches in Poland. Here you can also rent a basket for a day to sunbathe.
Swinoujscie is a busy harbour, the way to Szczecin ( by Odra River and Szczecin Bay). There are always many interesting ships, ferries to observe.
The 18th century Christ the King Church - erected on the site of a gothic temple. A wooden ship replica in the main nave