Nature reserves, 127 in total, create a network extending nearly over the whole of Pomerania. Completely untamed and barely-touched ecosystems, peculiar types of fauna and flora, and elements of inanimate environment – all this forms the hallmark of our region and testifies to its uniqueness and alluring quality, particularly in terms of tourism.

The “Beka” Reserve

This is a bird reserve on Puck Bay, near the mouth of the Reda River. It contains boggy halophilic meadows, littoral meadows, sedge and rush swamps and marshes, as well as dune formations.

This reserve is home to rare orchids and the nesting sites of protected plovers, which include the dunlin.