The ruins of the church in Trzęsacz – a remnant of the gothic church of St. Nicholas. The temple was originally erected at a distance of approx. 1.8-2 km from the seashore, in the middle of the village, it was destroyed as a result of abrasive processes. To this day, only the southern wall of the church located at the top of the cliff has been preserved.
The Niechorze Lighthouse is a lighthouse on the Polish Baltic coast, located in the village of Niechorze (Gmina Rewal, Gryfice County, West Pomeranian Voivodeship), on a high cliff shore. The lighthouse is located between the Kikut Lighthouse (about 30 km to the west) and the Kołobrzeg Lighthouse (about 34 km to the east).
The Narrow Gauge Seaside Railway is an incredible experience. It is the only railway in Europe moving on narrow tracks, stopping at beautiful stations and in such a picturesque area as the Rewal Coast.
Other attractions in the area
- Gliders, paragliders in Trzęsacz
- Rope track for children and adults in Pobierowo and Rewal
- Viking Festival a few-day event in July – Wolin
- Wolin National Park with Bison
- Fisheries Museum in Niechorze