This stretch of a desert landscape attracts tourists who have established themselves in Łeba and other neighbouring locations. Due to its height (ca. 42 metres), this dune is often referred to as Łącka Mountain. It should be noted that travelling dunes such as this, can traverse up to several metres a year. The Łącka Dune owes its name to the Village of Łączka, which was covered in sands some 300 years ago. From the dune top, you can marvel at views of the sands, Łebsko Lake, the Baltic Sea and even Rowokół Hill – the highest point in the neighbourhood. You can get to the dune by travelling along a road or along the beach. The section of the tourist trail from Łeba is 9 km long.