Sarbinowo is a small seaside resort and fishing village on the Baltic Sea, located approximately midway between the cities of Kołobrzeg and Koszalin.
The site was previously inhabited exclusively by fishermen and farmers. Only towards the end of the 19th century did summer guests arrive, attracted by the fresh air and the wide and clean sandy beach. From this first period as a seaside resort, some guesthouses and villas are still preserved.
The earliest known records (from 1309) about Sarbinowo mention that the place is 1.5 km from the coast. It shows how much land the Baltic Sea has taken since that time. At the beginning of the 20th century. it was feared that the village would be engulfed by the sea. Therefore, in 1910, a support wall of stone and concrete was built, 1 km long and approx. 1.5 m high. They succeeded in slowing down the sea's decomposing activity in this place.
Sarbinowo offers several guest houses, holiday centers, tent pitches, private room rentals and camping cabins. Most life unfolds on the street Nadmorska, which runs parallel to the beach. One attraction is the stone boulevard that arose from the building of a retaining wall as coastal protection.
From the 51 meter high lighthouse in Gaski (1 km away) there is an excellent view. The nearest major city is Koszalin (19 km).
Sarbinowo – with practical information for tourists
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