Lubiatowo is one of the most beautiful and peaceful places on the Polish Baltic coast. Vast pine forests, hiking trails, bicycle routes, dunes and beaches - the perfect place for active recreation and admiring nature.
Amazing colors of water in the sea, Lubiatowskie Dunes and a sandy beach ... Lubiatowo is one of my favorite spots on the Baltic Sea.
Doesn't that look like aurora borealis? And this is just a bird's eye view of the Baltic coast and abstract forms on the seabed.
It is about 2.5 kilometers from Lubiatowo to the beach. You can take a walk through the beautiful pine forest or you can get here by bike or car. There is large paid parking very close to the coast.
Top-down view of the beach in Lubiatowo. It was sunny that day, but not too hot, so there weren't many people on the beach in the afternoon.
There are often treacherous shoals on the Baltic beaches. It is clearly visible in such photos from above. There are deeper and shallower places alternately. It looks very nice, but in fact it is very dangerous for bathers.
A bird's-eye view of Lubiatowo. Lubiatowo is a small tourist village located about 2 km from the Baltic coast.
The Lubiatowskie Dunes are a place less known than the dunes in the vicinity of Łeba and therefore there are much less people here. The local dunes are not as impressive as those of the Słowiński National Park, but they have their charm and you can bring your dog here :-)
It is about 4 kilometers from Lubiatowo to the viewpoint on the Dunes of Lubiatowskie. A walk through the forest will take you there in less than an hour. You can also get there by bike.
Aerial view of the Baltic coast. You can see the beaches: Słajszewo, Osetnik, Stilo and lakes Sarbsko and Łebsko in the distance.
The Lubiatowo-Kopalino nuclear power plant will probably be located in this beautiful area.
Such photos contradict the well-known thesis that you shouldn't be photographed at noon. It is worth taking such shots vertically from above when the sun is high and the sun's rays fall vertically into the water, beautifully illuminating the bottom of the sea. In addition, it is worth using a polarizing filter to remove unnecessary glare from the water surface and show these amazing colors.
There are more pictures of the Baltic coast in the gallery: Hel Peninsula.
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