Leisure in the Westpomeranian Region is not only accomplished by partaking of the sea and its sandy beaches, but also by hiking through the lakelands or by paddling up its rivers and encountering the Westpomeranian Region’s numerous dispersed lakes. Big and small, hidden in the woods and between or upon moraine hills or lying next to the seashore, these are all of gem-like quality.
Some are ideal for sailing, for yachting or for windsurfing, while others attract anglers and divers. Some have their own legends, circulating for years among local residents. Almost all of them have accessible camping sites, holiday resorts, or are just nearby to agritourism centres. These water bodies await those who want a break from everyday life. Such an opportunity cannot be missed.
A lakeland is an area associated with youthful features of the post-Pleistocene glaciations. They are characterised by having a specific and varied landscape: the presence of numerous post-glacial lakes (finger lakes, moraine lakes, potholes) and post-glacial accumulation forms (moraine hills, eskers, sandurs, kames, etc.).
In the Westpomeranian Region, one can find the following lakelands:
a) Myśliborskie Lakeland,
b) Drawskie Lakeland,
c) Szczecineckie Lakeland,
d) Wałeckie Lakeland.
We welcome you to kayak, sail or backpack the Westpomeranian Region’s lakelands – where you will experience many unforgettable adventures!