Dziwnowek is located some 290 miles (467 kilometers) from Warsaw, the national capital.
Make the time to visit the the World War II Fallen Soldiers Monument while you are in Dziwnowek.
Dziwnowek isn't the only place in Baltic Sea Coast - Pomerania worth exploring; those with enough time should also take a day trip or two to experience the charms of the nearby countryside, cities and cultural attractions. Miedzyzdroje, lies roughly 16 miles (26 kilometers) to the northeast. Head there to see the Miedzyzdroje Beach and Miedzyzdroje Pier.
Rent a vehicle and head out to Szczecin, a shopping and transport center for the region, located 45 miles (72 kilometers) away from Dziwnowek. This bigger city offers plenty of attractions, including Grunwald Square, Szczecin Polish Theatre and Youth Palace-England Education Centre. Church of the Immaculate Conception, Loitzs Tenement and Szczecin Maritime Museum are other good places to visit.
Baltic Sea Coast - Pomerania offers visitors some significant monasteries and other places of worship, ideal places to catch a glimpse of Dziwnowek's gentler side. Enjoy a little culture, learning and lore under the bright blue sky at the region's fascinating open-air museums, open-air markets and open-air exhibits.
If you're the type who likes to kick back a little while holidaying, this region is great for picnicking and beach combing. Tap into the knowledge of the locals with your pick of city walking tours.
When it's time to leave, say a fond Narazie (farewell) to the local characters you have met and the special places you have seen.