Skarpa resort is an alternative to traditional leisure at the Polish seaside. It is a place friendly to nature and people, with modern architecture and interiors of hotel standard. Thanks to its location away from the hustle and bustle, surrounded by greenery and a 10-minute walk from the beach, a stay at Skarpa resort regenerates body and soul. The intimate complex consists of 8 year-round cottages and bungalows with comfortable interiors and beds in 4* hotel standard. Functional equipment provides full comfort, and the view of trees, nearby meadows and proximity to the sea bring deep relaxation. The resort has 4-bedroom bungalows and cottages that can accommodate up to 6 people. All offer a terrace and views of the garden and nature, often overlooking the pool. The interiors are air-conditioned, equipped with a seating area and a fully equipped kitchenette. Stylish additions give the interiors a unique character. There is no restaurant at the property, but a well-equipped kitchenette in each cottage and bungalow will allow you to prepare meals unhurriedly. With fragrant coffee from the coffee machine, you can have breakfast in bed or on the terrace overlooking the trees and meadow. In the kitchen, guests can make use of a refrigerator-freezer, dishwasher, induction and microwave oven, kettle and coffee maker, toaster, tableware, pots and pans and a convenient kitchen counter. Close to Skarpa resort is a self-service grocery store and a bar with home-cooked dinners. There are also cafes, restaurants, a fish fryer and a smokehouse along the road to the beach. It's a great place for unhurried relaxation close to nature. On the territory of the complex there is an outdoor swimming pool, prepared sun loungers and a well-kept space. For lovers of active recreation, there are nearby biking and hiking trails with varying levels of difficulty. Walks through the forest or along the beach will recharge your batteries. A family with children on a seaside vacation will also relax here. Various adventure zones await children at Skarpa resort, amidst the natural terrain and lush vegetation. Playing outdoors, especially here - in the richest iodine-rich place in Poland - will bring a lot of benefits to the youngest. Location: Surrounded by deep greenery, Skarpa resort is located in the heart of Ustronie Morskie, one of the most beautiful tourist destinations on the Polish seaside, not far from Kolobrzeg. Thanks to its excellent location, you will never be bored. Attractions: Ustronie Morskie is a resort town on the western shore of the Baltic Sea, on the Slowinski Coast, about 13 km east of Kolobrzeg. A walking promenade runs along a high cliff above the sandy beach here, offering panoramic views of the sea. Two piers of about 100 meters in length were built along it. The sea water here is exceptionally clean - Ustronie has been awarded the Blue Flag several times. At the beach there is a fishing harbor, equipped with a rope tow - with its help the boats are lowered in the morning for fishing. In the eastern part of Ustroń, the Red River flows into the Baltic Sea through the beach - lovers of coastal walks are sure to come here. Avid cyclists, on the other hand, will be pleased by the Coastal Bicycle Route around the Baltic Sea (EuroVelo), which runs through Ustron, and can now be reached from Ustka to the vicinity of Dziwnówek. The trail is still being expanded. Other trails - both bicycle and pedestrian - lead to some of the oldest oak trees in Poland, which grow near Ustron: Bolesław and Warcisław. An additional attraction is a sports and recreation center with an outdoor and indoor swimming pool, saunas, jacuzzi, bowling alley, and tennis courts. In the Ustroń forests, in turn, one can find the remains of deteriorating military fortifications. Neighboring Ustron from the west is the small town of Sianożęty - a smaller town with an attractive, guarded beach, which is worth a walk along the seashore (about 1 km), especially if you are looking for less crowded beaches. Attractions of Ustronie Morskie and the surrounding area: Skansen Chleba (Bread Open-Air Museum) - in a stylized peasant hut, you can try traditional sourdough bread and bake it yourself during the workshops held here. Rope Park - located just 150 m from the sea, the park with 11 trails of varying difficulty. Great fun overlooking the sea for those coming to Ustronie Morskie with children. Amphitheater - located in the seaside park, the amphitheater hosts concerts and cabaret performances in the summer. Church in Rusowo - in Rusowo, located about 10 km inland from Ustron, there is one of the oldest churches in Pomerania - it is over 600 years old. It was built in the Gothic style, with bricks and field stones. Golf course in Rusowo - a nine-hole golf course by the Baltic Sea with equipment rental is a great way to relax.