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Słowiniec - the rehabilitation and holiday center is surrounded by deciduous - coniferous forests creating a specific microclimate, 250 m from the sea. ORW "Słowiniec" has 267 beds: - 125 seats - new building with lift (single, double, triple rooms with bathroom) - 35 places are on the 1st floor (2-, 3-, 4-bed rooms with bathrooms and TV) - 34 places in brick houses (5-6 persons with three rooms, bathroom and TV) - 78 places in camping cabins (3-4 persons with bathrooms) part with ramps for rooms Rooms and cottages are equipped with kettles wireless. TV with additional payment. The rehabilitation base is located in the main building with an elevator, having a ramp for wheelchair users: - an indoor swimming pool for individual and group exercises - a physiotherapy office (diadynamic, pulsatronic, magnetronic, cryotherapy apparatus) - an inhalation room (positions equipped with inhalers)- massage room (classic massage bed), solux lamp, bioptron, laser - hydrotherapy office - pearl baths - kinesis therapy room (gymnastics, strength exercises) The resort includes: a canteen (on the ground floor with a wheelchair ramp), a playground for children, common room, table football. We have our own bikes. It is worth visiting, it is worth seeing in the vicinity of Poddąbie: - numerous, historic sacred buildings located in the Ustka commune, - Lake Modła Reserve with numerous breeding places of waterfowl, - Buczyna Nad Słupia Reserve being a beautiful forest reserve, - Dolina Słupia Landscape Park with numerous forest and ornithological reserves, - Słowiński National Park, recognized by UNESCO as the World Biosphere Reserve, - Fishing (salmon river Słupia), - Safe bathing areas: Rowy, Poddąbie, Dębina, - Bicycle route - trail of rolled tracks, - Ornithological reserve in Rowy, - Canoeing trips, - Open-air museum in Kluki, - Kraina in Krata, half-timbered building in Swołowo, - Pomeranian Dukes' Castle in Słupsk, - Aqua Park in Darłowo, - Fireworks festival in Ustka, - Sea fishing, - Cruises on the sea, - Cruises na Borholm - Ustka, - Muzeum Ziemi Usteckie, - Port in Rowy, - Lighthouse in Czołpino, a town in the Słowiński National Park. Ustka (große ¶skô, niem. Stolpmünde) is a town and commune in northern Poland, in the Pomeranian Voivodeship, in the Słupsk poviat. The seat of the Ustka rural commune. Ustka is located at the mouth of the Słupia River to the Baltic Sea. It is a port city, a sea bath and a health resort. The city borders with the commune of Ustka. According to data from December 31, 2010, the city had 16 062 inhabitants.