Słowiński National Park, Poland ***
Pros: sand dunes, a place like no other in Poland, photography
Cons: too many tourists in the summer, expensive electric bus to get close to the dunes
Here is a short video taken on a windy day in the summer of 2019, hence lots of time-lapsed shots:
Słowiński National Park (Słowiński Park Narodowy in Polish) is a national park in Pomeranian Voivodeship, Poland. You will find picturesque sand dunes and beautiful beaches, but there can be too many people visiting especially in the summer. It is located on the Baltic coast, between Łeba and Rowy.
The place is known, for apparently, the brightest beaches in the Baltic Sea region and the largest moving sand dunes in Europe.
The park received ‘biosphere reserve’ status by UNESCO in 1976.
Here is the link to the official park’s website.
Location of the park: