Dziwnów – a seaside town located between three water bodies: the Baltic Sea, the Dziwna River and the Kamieński Lagoon. The village is a real treat for sailors and water sports enthusiasts. On the land side surrounded by forests, its western edge is adjacent to the area of the Woliński National Park, creates almost ideal conditions for those seeking active recreation and health, coastal walks. In recent years road, water and port infrastructure has been developing strongly.
The commune of Dziwnów consists of four towns: Dziwnów, which in January 2004 received city rights, Dziwnówek, Międzywodzie and Łukęcin. The Dziwnów commune is actively using EU subsidies for development. All road repairs include improving the infrastructure of bicycle routes, the municipality’s concept is to connect all towns with bicycle routes. In the summer season, the commune organizes a number of events with a diverse range of topics, including: Ster na Dziwnów , Greek Day, Commando Party and Festival of Sport Stars. In Dziwnów there is a drawbridge (one of the few in Europe).
Wide beaches characterized by bright, fine sand is the biggest advantage of the resort. There are additional attractions for children in the form of a water slide or jumping structure.
Since 2006, the beaches of Dziwnow have been continuously qualified for the group of bathing areas that meet the highest sanitary standards.
Along the beach and sand dunes runs a modern walking and viewing promenade. Especially liked by tourists who appreciate walking as a form of recreation.
In December 2018, a new promenade was opened, running directly above the beach.
On our guests there are also new places and clean forests, where there are, among others picturesquely located cross-country trails. "Dead Dziwna" is a favorable environment for the environment, being the former outlet of the Dziwna Strait to the Baltic Sea. It is beautiful, full of greenery and the area in which, apart from the lake, there are many protected rights of species of wildlife.
The Yacht Port built in 2013 is located at the seafront of the Dziwny River. The port has 60 units with a maximum length of 12 meters. Available to sailors is full social and technical infrastructure. Next to it is the Fishing Port, where you can buy fresh fish every morning.
Located at Wybrzeże Kościuszkowskie, put into use in 2012. It can be moored to 30 units. Available to sailors is full social and technical infrastructure.
At ul. There is also a passenger harbor on the Kosciuszko coast, from where the "Corsair" and "Victoria" cruise ships sail out every day in the summer season, which you can take on a cruise to the sea and to Kamień Pomorski.
In the city center there is the Sports and Entertainment Hall, which throughout the year, apart from full-size volleyball, basketball and handball courts, provides, among others: a sauna, a gym and fitness rooms. On the street running along the sports hall, there is the “Sport Stars Avenue” with marble slabs with medals of sport champions. For several years, the Dziwnow commune has been expanding the nautical infrastructure, thanks to which water sports are one of the tourist pillars of the city. Dziwnowski Port Yachtowy was awarded a special award – it received the FIVE AMBER ANCHOR certificate, which places it in the highest class of ports included in the Zachodniopomorskie Sailing Route. In Dziwnów, various types of regattas are organized – including the rank of the world championships.
At the western end of the beach, just at the mouth of the Dziwna River, there are two breakwaters. It is a great place for fishing. The local waters offer anglers many species of fish, including perch, bream, eel, zander and salmon. You can also go fishing in the waters of the Kamieński Lagoon, the Dziwna River and the Martwa Dziwna Lake. It is also worth approaching the fishing port and ask local fishermen for the possibility of going out to sea to taste sea fishing.
The Dziwnów commune is characterized by unique qualities and offers a very diverse formula of rest. Everyone will find something for themselves here, regardless of whether they choose an active form of rest, or whether they want a restful stay. At present, the commune is one of the most important points of coastal tourism on the west coast of the Baltic Sea.