The oldest information about Pobierowo is dated 1386. The village was the fief of the von Kleist, until the eighteenth century, when the family sold the property. Since the nineteenth century the village began to lose its agricultural character, due to covering arable land with sand from the sea shore and began to transform into a resort.

Until 1945 Pobierowo was called with a German name “Poberow”, and today it is a well-known holiday resort on a shore of the Baltic Sea in the north-western Poland, situated in Western Pomerania, in Rewal municipality.

The green belt with beautiful pine trees about 2 km wide stretching in this region along the Baltic Sea coast, protects the area against sea winds. It is the westernmost and the biggest town in Rewal municipality. The main street, Grunwaldzka, is almost four kilometers long and connects the eastern and the western ends of the town.

Among touristic attractions of Pobierowo and its nearest surroundings are: skate park, ropes park, diverse bike trails, bike rentals, windsurfing schools, numerous stables with horse riding for children, free tennis, volleyball and basketball courts, quad biking, mini golf, lighthouse, retro train, cruises, deep sea fishing,  water park and many, many more attractions that will not let you get bored! Full description is available at http://www.mojeurlopy.pl/pobierowo/atrakcje-turystyczne.


We warmly invite you also in June and September!