Slowinski National Park
is one of 23 national parks in Poland and one of two seaside parks. It was fomed to preserve the beauty of the system unchanged sea lakes (Lebsko and Gardno ), swamps, forests and especially unique moving dunes.
Environmentalists value qualities of SPN and put it on international lists of protected areas such as: HELCOMBSPA, World Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO or wetland Ramsar. The part of Slowinski National Park was used by German army during the WWII as a large rocket experimental polygon and place of training the Africa Corps.
The distance from the Park entrance gate to shifting dunes is 8 km so transport by melexes and by boat is provided.
– Go to the Slowinski National Park with beautiful moving dunes
– Climb up the Lacka Dune (42 m) on only desert in Poland
– Use tourist boat to swim on picturesque Łeba lake