The Słowiński National Park is one of the most beautiful and wildest protected areas in Poland. You can find there the most beautiful lakes, forests and the biggest moving dune belt in Europe! The height of the highest of the dunes can exceed 40 metres. These dunes move slowly, from one and a half to 10 metres per year, but despite this slow pace, in the 14th century they managed to cover the whole village! At this point, the migrating sands eventually find their way into the Łebsko Lake, which loses its surface area year by year. In 1977 the whole Park was inscribed on the UNESCO list of World Biosphere Reserves. It is a magical place and it is best to combine a walk in the Park with a short bicycle trip. Cycling through magical coastal forests is a great break from the hustle and bustle of the city. After a visit to the Slowinski National Park there's nothing better than a delicious lunch in a traditional "Stodoła" restaurant. On the way back you can visit the Slowinski Village Museum!