Sianożęty is a little resort located at the seaside, westwards from Ustronie Morskie. With years passing by, these two little towns - Sianożęty and Ustronie - have actually become one. In 1939 there were almost 200 inhabitants altogether, now there are about 350 of them.
Ustronie Morskie - Sianożęty - Kołobrzeg
Sianożęty – Ustronie Morskie – Gąski (lighhouse) – Sarbinowo – Chłopy
A way to the oldest oaks in Poland – „Bolesław” – 800 years old and „Warcisław” – 640 years old, located near Podczel
A seaside resort, so quiet and peaceful, where dreams seem to finally come true. Neighbouring on Ustronie Morskie, located barely 10 km from Kołobrzeg. Open your eyes and indulge in these wonders of nature, for a more beautiful, a friendlier place was there never. The local climate is mild, rich in iodine. The dunes are full of green, the beach is wide and the water is pure. Perfect conditions for sunbathing, swimming and walking along the beach.
Whereas the German name, used until 1945, is Zigenberg, which means literally translated a Goat's Mountain. Once the war was over, the Commission for the Determination of Place Names gave it a brand new name. They plan of the town is very simple, just like in Ustronie Morskie. All the buildings stand along the seaside, for the lenght of approx. 1,5 km and width of 400 - 500 m.
The historical record of 1255 informs us about a mountain sheepfold held on the territory of the village, having probably some influence on the town name. Further mentioning of the village comes from 1498 when the Bishop of Kamień confirmed the donation for the town. We can assume the village had been abandoned because next information regarding the place comes from the beginning of 17th century. One peasant had settled here down, and a great area of the Kołobrzeski Forest was still there. The peasant was a hunter, hunted wolves, he digged holes in the forest, which gave the place a contemptuous name Wolf Holes.
Ten villas have survived to our times, built before the war, serving now the heath resort patients. The old leaflets call Sianożęty a small bathing beah, especially recommended to people yearning for a tiny oasis of peace and a cheap accommodation at the seaside. After the war this resort sank into oblivion. However, some time later this village had been discovered anew. Its numerous amenities in the scope of recreation and health are big, aren't they? The 70s bring a thrive to the place. New and new and new hotels, health resorts and school camps are opened. Currently the village gives the impression of a small town that landed from the sea. In Sianożęty, in contrast to Ustronie Morskie, the marine coast here is not of a cliff but a dune nature. The wide, in some parts even up to 40 m wide beach consists of tiny particles of fine, clearly yellow sand. In Sianożęty the pier runs 100 m into the sea, always full of tourists longing for some health-giving iodine.