West Pomeranian Voivodship covers a large part of the Polish Coast with important holiday resorts such as Świnoujście, Międzyzdroje and Kołobrzeg. There is also the Wolin National Park famous for its coastal cliffs and many interesting palaces.
The capital of the province, Szczecin, although often considered a coastal city, lies on the Szczecin Lagoon. Large fragments of medieval and Renaissance buildings have survived here, as well as the nineteenth-century Wały Chrobrego with monumental buildings. The curiosity of the city are the Central Cemetery and Underground Tourist Routes leading through the former shelters.
The region has the largest Polish island of Wolin. Its coast is cliff-like and protected. There is also a Turquoise Lake in Wolin, an open-air archaeological museum presenting the life of Wolinians in the early Middle Ages, and a demonstration bison farm.
Międzyzdroje, Świnoujście and Kołobrzeg are the main holiday resorts of the West Coast. Międzyzdroje is known as a resort of stars, with a picturesque promenade and pier. In Świnoujście, in addition to the beach and its surroundings, attractions include preserved fortress buildings, while Kołobrzeg is also a resort and health resort in which therapeutic mud is used.
Apart from the coast, the region's other tourist region is the Drawskie Lake District with numerous lakes where you can sail, go canoeing, sailing and sailing. There are pedal boat rentals at the beaches, and many water areas are great places for bird watching.