The northern part of Poland is often underestimated in terms of tourist attractions. Therefore, a trip to this region can surprise many people looking for an attractively located vacation spot. The nearby areas bordering Germany are especially worth visiting. The open sea is also something that attracts people to these areas. Here you will not experience sunny beaches crowded with people and waffle stands. If we do, we come across glass canopies that are perfectly integrated into the surroundings and protect against rain.
This solution is extremely practical and is increasingly used not only in this small and charming town, but also in larger cities and very large urban agglomerations. The surroundings of seaside towns in this part of the country are not heavily populated with tourists, they are rather empty, quiet and peaceful, and the sea is completely free and simply wild, which allows for close contact with the surrounding nature and finding blissful rest and relaxation somewhere in one place. from accommodation houses.
One of the well-known and perfectly prepared towns in this area is Międzywodzie, which is located on the island of Wolin. This part of the Baltic Sea is sometimes visited by tourists, but not in such numbers as, for example, the bathing areas in Tricity or on the Hel Peninsula. Wolin Island and the city of Międzywodzie itself are places with a truly rich past. At the end of the season, these areas turn into quiet places, with beautiful views of the open sea, devoid of all the commercial surroundings typical of large seaside resorts.
Międzywodzie is an area full of interesting viewpoints, usually located near cliffs, from which there is a wonderful view of the real sea. These places are usually perfectly protected by glass balustrades, guaranteeing full safety and excellent visibility of the sea and nearby areas. Here we will see real beaches - rocky and raw, devoid of powdery, golden sand, so well known to us from seaside postcards. By visiting Międzywodzie, we will get to know the nature of the real sea, with its original character, specific flora and fauna and an amazing, refreshing breeze that adds fresh energy and a surge of fresh vitality.
The area around Międzywodzie is a clash of Slavic and Scandinavian cultures. At every step we can find remains of the times when the Vikings settled here. To keep this memory in the minds of the inhabitants, a mixed Festival of Slavs and Vikings is organized here, which is the quintessence of the historical past of this area. We can explore Wolin Island as much as we want, returning to Międzywodzie in the evening and going to a quiet, almost empty swimming area.
The origins of the name of this charming village are interesting. It is located between the open sea and the Kamienski Lagoon. Hence the name Międzywodzie. It is true that it is a small village, but during the season quite a lot of people come here, mainly regulars, enchanted by this place. In this case, in the summer season there is a vibrant tourist sector here, offering various accommodations, cheap food and quick transport to the most interesting points of the island itself. The standard and quality of accommodation rooms and service in the premises is exceptionally high here. We can easily find accommodation rooms with perfectly furnished shower cabins and many other equally attractive accessories.