We stopped in Rzucewo on our way from Gdynia to Puck on the EuroVelo 10 European bicycle route. Rzucewo is a small but very interesting village on the Puck Bay. The main tourist attraction of Rzucewo is the neo-Gothic castle from 1845, which today houses the restaurant and hotel Jan III Sobieski. It is also worth going down to the sea shore to see the pier and the beach in Rzucewo. If you are planning a wedding or other large celebration, it is worth taking advantage of the Cegielnia (old Brickyard's) offer.
We came to Rzucewo from Osłonino along a beautiful linden alley, which, according to local legends, was supposed to be planted by King Jan III Sobieski himself. The alley leads straight to a neo-gothic castle from the 19th century. There is a restaurant, a hotel and a horse stable in the castle.
You can easily walk to the seashore through the castle park. There is a small pier there. Yachts or boats can be moored there to stop to explore the area.
If you dream of a wedding on the beach or a wedding by the sea and you like interesting interiors, then Cegielnia Rzucewo is the place for you! The old brickyard right on the shore of Zatoka Pucka is a one-of-a-kind, exceptionally atmospheric ballroom.
The beach in Rzucewo is not very large, it is a not very wide sandy strip along the seashore.
As you can see in the photo, the beginning of October was exceptionally sunny. The sun was shining bright, the wind was blowing, but from the land, there were no waves at sea. These are perfect conditions for sailing on the calm waters of the Puck Bay.
I like to photograph the Baltic Sea in autumn and spring - the water is then clear and transparent.
Delightful emerald shade of the sea and multi-colored leaves on the trees - October pampers us with colors!
The palace park looks very attractive in autumn.
The biggest tourist attraction of Rzucewo is undoubtedly the castle, which now houses the Hotel Jan III Sobieski. If you want to live in a royal way, I invite you to book accommodation in the castle.
I like to visit such places in the off-season - it is peaceful, quiet and there are no crowds of tourists. You can enjoy the stunning colors of nature on such beautiful days without rushing.
The beautifully restored building of the neo-Gothic von Below family palace in Rzucewo is often called a castle.
If you plan to photograph or film with a drone in Rzucewo, remember that it is a military controlled zone of Gdynia Babie Doły airport. Before take-off, you must call the airport's air traffic control tower to ask for permission to fly.
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