Dębina is a quiet, seaside village, situated between Poddąbie and Rowy. The Magra Holiday Club is 800 meters from the sea, accessed by a picturesque dirt road. Due to the fact that it is the only resort in Dębina, the beach is uncrowded and the coastal cliffs provide an unforgettable experience. We can safely say that there are not many such virgin corners on the Baltic Sea.
It is a unique place for cyclists, as it is from here that there are probably the most beautiful bicycle routes in the country - the "Trail of disused railway track" (Ustka - Zapadłe - Orzechowo - Wytowno - Obiejskie Łąki - Rowy).
In the area you can visit:
- Open-air museum in Kluki
- Słowiński National Park with the largest moving dunes in Europe
- A neo-Romanesque church in Rowy from 1848, built of glacial boulders and 19th-century wooden-clay huts and a small fishing port.
- All attractions can be found here
During the holiday season, there are one-day cruises from nearby Ustka to the Danish island of Bornholm, and fishing boats are organized on the Baltic Sea for anglers. Near Dębina there are also several places for horse riding and tennis courts. The area of Dębina is also a paradise for mushroom pickers.