Sianożęty i Ustronie Morskie

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Sianożęty to wieś letniskowa położona bezpośrednio nad morzem, na zachód od Ustronia Morskiego. W miarę rozrostu Ustronia Morskiego i miejscowości Sianożęty  granica między tymi miejscowościami zatarła się. W 1939 roku mieszkało tu prawie 200 osób, obecnie mieszka tu około 350 osób. Nasz Resort  Bursztynowe Wzgórze położony jest w bliskiej odległości od plaży i kompleksu basenowego Helios. Naszym gościom oferujemy apartamenty, pokoje i domki letniskowe o wysokim standardzie, animacje dla dzieci, a także turnusy dla seniorów “rehabilitacja nad morzem”. Zapraszamy!

Bike routes

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

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Bike routes

Koszalin (31 km) with holiday attractions of culture.

Wolin National Park with European Bison Reserve (92 km)

Drawa National Park with a myriad of lakes (68 km), airport with hang-gliders (extension of the Lotna street)

At present the official name of the village is Sianożęty

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.

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And now a pinch of history...

When having been granted the town privileges in 1255, Kłobrzeg got also the Kołobrzeski Forest, stretching to the East along the coats up to the Jamno Lake and Mielono village. Such a long forest was necessary to provide wood for the fuel at salt and brick production. At this time such towns as SIanożęty and Bagicz have been created.

Mountain sheepfold

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.

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Tourist attractions

  • Mini GOLF – find it on the corner of Kolejowa and Geodetów Street, in Ustronie Morskie.
  • Military Bastion referring to a famous black-and white TV series „Czterej Pancerni i pies” („Four tank-men and a dog”) where you can enjoy a tank ride around the military training area. The tank T-55, armoured personnel carriers, armoured cars etc. Address: ul. Koszalińska 98 (98 Koszalińska Street) / the military training area is located at the entrance way to Kołobrzeg.
  • PAINTBALL – fancy fun shooting with paint balls. Additionally traditional peas soup with smoked meat and sausages – 5 PLN. Commemorative photos, military souvernirs.
  • FORT ADVENTURE – a military adventure for children and adults, regardless of their age. Obstacle course, cross country car, a shooting range, paintball, rope park, landing operation, climbing, line bridge, treasure hunt with metal detector, various games for groups, military equipment exposition. You can organize a campfire, grill party or an occasional event here, as you wish. Address: ul. Bałtycka 1 (1 Bałtycka Street) , Kołobrzeg. It’s your moment of truth!
  • Funfair – on the corner of the Bolesława Chrobrego and Kolejowa Street.
  • WILD WEST – horse and camel rides, rodeo, wigwams, campfires and scrambled ostrich eggs. Contests for everyone. Zieleniewo Town (outside Kołobrzeg, drive through).
  • The Blue Walking Route along the line of the oldest oaks in Poland. An educational yet enormously amusing trail 31 km long leading to Kołobrzeski Forest, bursting with the richness of nature. Numerous marches covered with a mysterious fog make you realise how pristine the place is. That’s the home for the oldest Polish oak named “Bolesław”, in 2000 defined by the researchers as being 800 years old. Barely 2 km further you shall find his fellow „Warcisław”, 640 years old.
  • Hortulus – Thematic Gardens in Dobrzyca
  • Museum of Polish Arms in Kołobrzeg
  • Cod-fishing in Kołobrzeg
  • Lighthouse in Gąski dating back to 1878. It is 41 m high. Built due to the local magnetite reserve, causing various magnetic anomalies. The sea aroung the Gąski village bears the name of the “Baltic Bermuda Triangle”.
  • All the anglers shall find the Czerwona River (Red River) a delightful attraction, indeed. The water here is full of salmonid fish. What if you have forgotten your fishing-rod? Don’t worry! You won’t be bored! You can also observe the fish from the beginning of September until the end of November – follow the migration of the salmon trout get inside the river to breed.
  • Bagicz Airport where touristic flights are organized – both by planes and paramotors and if you are brave enough – also parachute jumping. Yet, flying does not close the palette of local offer, for many sports and recreational events are organized on the premises, like for instance the Paramotor Championships for the Baltic Cup.

Health resort

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.

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