Niechorze poses with Pobierowo, Rewal and Pogorzelica a complex of holiday centers, called the Trzebiatów coast, characterized by high cliff coasts facing the Baltic Sea. A narrow-gauge railway connects the small coastal towns.
Niechorze is located between the Baltic Sea and Lake Liwia Łuża. The settlement consists of an older western part completely off the cliff and a newer eastern part located down towards the lake. The excellent opportunities for hiking and cycling, a clean sandy beach, a microclimate, created by, among other things. The iodine-enriched sea air is one of the elements that attracts numerous tourists each year.
A main attraction in Niechorze is the 45 m high lighthouse, which stands at a high point on the cliff. The lighthouse was erected in 1866 and the light can be seen at a distance of 23 miles. The tower is also a vantage point for tourists.
Lake Liwia Łuża south of the city is laid out as a bird sanctuary. There are hiking and biking trails around the lake. Several protected water and predatory birds build nests on the lake.
Trzebiatów or “Rewal Coast”, Pogorzelica lies 3 km to the northeast, Pobierowo 14 km to the southwest and Rewal 3 km to the southwest.
Pobierowo is a popular beach and resort with a wide sandy beach and clean water. The pine forests around the site contribute to a specific microclimate that is beneficial, not least for people suffering from respiratory diseases.
Rewal also has a nice bathing beach, where the safety of bathers is given high priority. Here, as in Niechorze, tourists can buy fresh fish directly from the catchers who return home with a catch.
The coast at Trzęsacz – with the church ruin
IN Trzęsacz (11 km to the southwest) you can see the partially crashed church ruin as a testimony to the devastating forces of the sea. The church was built in the 14th century in Gothic style.
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