Ustronie Morskie is a holiday resort on the Baltic Sea. There is a sandy beach located at the foot of the cliffs and a good accommodation and catering infrastructure.
Until the end of the 19th century, Ustronie was a fishing village. Its character began to change with the arrival of the first vacationers. At the beginning of the 20th century, the town competed in terms of popularity with the nearby Kołobrzeg and was very eagerly visited by tourists. During World War II, the Luftwaffe holiday center operated here.
Today's Ustronie Morskie is primarily a seaside holiday destination. There is a beach over 2 km and a wooden walking pier. The buildings are surrounded by forests, which allows for long walks and for cycling, jogging or Nordic walking. The attraction of Ustronie Morskie is the Bread Open-Air Museum, where you can learn about the old techniques of baking bread.
After World War II, in the forests surrounding Ustroń, an artillery battery defending the Kołobrzeg port was located. Currently, the devices and military structures she left behind are a target for lovers of puzzles and history.