Passing the Forestry Office in Miastko we find ourselves in the “Land of Rummel”, a charming area full of natural beauty and tourist attractions. For starters, we offer a drink of crystal clear waters from the spring of Hamra, listen to a splash of water from a tiny waterfall, then visit a hunting wigwam, and on the way back reflect at the forest chapel of St. Hubert, and finally look into a hiding place of Rummel, or Pomeranian Janosik.
The water areas of Miastko municipality are perfect for catching big fish, practising water sports including sailing, and swimming in them is a joy. The local capital of watersports is Bobiecino where in the sailing school future fresh and saltwater sailors learn the ropes of sailing.
Tourists who want to combine walking for health with sightseeing of monuments of religious architecture should choose to see timber-framed churches. Among them, the real treasure of the ancient sacred architecture is a restored church located in Trzcinno from the mid-16th century. Similar wooden churches are in Waldowo and Milocice, and Wolcza Wielka offers to see the 19th century neo-Romanesque Lutheran Church with the churchyard cemetery of the Massow family. There are more than 20 farm toursims that are sure to tempt many city dwellers offering familiar food, and most of all the incredible hospitality – “like at Mum’s “. All information on staying in Miastko can be received at the youngest object of municipality – Tourist Information Centre – Gate of the Kashubian Ring.