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Pobierowo is a lovely place located by the Baltic Sea coast, the West-Pomeranian Voivodship. A special feature that distinguishes Pobierowo from other seaside places is the surrounding of a pine forest, which creates a wonderful microclimate.
Many people consider Pobierowo to be the most charming place in West Pomerania. The wide and beautiful beach, the crystal clear sea and the surrounding trees create a unique atmosphere.
On the beach, the guests can have fun with  "the Sun Academy", scooter and banana rides and a water slide.
Lots of musical and cultural events are organized in Pobierowo to make the stay even more pleasant for our tourists. You can find here many cafes, restaurants, bars, discos and, of course, what cannot be missed by our seaside – just-caught fried fish, delicious ice cream, waffles and everything we dream about for the whole year.  
Those, who love sports, can make use of the new football stadium with tennis courts, volleyball and basketball playgrounds. There is also a skatepark for the youth near there.

History of Pobierowa

Pobierowo is an old feud. It remained in the hands of the Kleist family until the death of its last male descendant, a page in the Berlin court, Ludwik Leopold Georg von Kleist. It was on 23 January 1772.
Since then, Pobierowo went from hands to hands, coming back to the Kleist family’s hands once a while until, in 1789, it was bought by a man named Rickmann, the former lessee, for 22 thousand thalers. On 1 January 1896, Pobierowo was sold to Robert Krause. It remained in his hands until the end of the World War II.
The beginning of tourism in Pobierowo reaches 1907, when the family of a farmer called Frohreich opened the hotel "Seeblick". The building still stands on the corner of Mickiewicza Street and Grunwaldzka Street. After an extensive renovation, it serves as a resort for the University of Szczecin staff.
More houses were built around the "Seeblick" hotel, including a butcher’s house and a bakery.  
The settlement developed quickly thanks to advertisements and a regular bus connection with Berlin. The car departed each Saturday at noon and returned to Berlin on Sunday night. A return ticket cost 12,75 pre-war Deutschmark.


Useful addresses and phone numbers in Pobierowo

ATMs : Grunwaldzka Street, near the health centre,
Grunwaldzka street, by the crossing with Wojska Polskiego Street,
Zgody Street, near the Pizzeria,
Zgody Street, near the Lewiatan shop
Post Office: 59 Grunwaldzka Street, tel. +4891 38 64 101.
Mayor: 1 Sportowa Street, tel. +4891 38 64 778.
Filling station: 44 Wojska Polskiego Street, tel. +4891 38 64 135.
Car wash: 1 Wojska Polskiego  Street, tel. +4891 38 64 437.

Sports facilities in Pobierowo:

- Playground, on the corner of Grunwaldzka and Moniuszki Street
- Playground, basketball and volleyball pitch and a tennis court: Moniuszki Street
- Covered swimming pool: O.W. Damian, 12 Karola Borka Street, tel. +4891 38 64 274,


- Pogotowie Ratunkowe - Gryfice, 1b  3-go Maja Street, tel. +4891 38 43 324 or 999, 112 – open 24/7,
- Pogotowie Ratunkowe - Rewal, 31 Warszawska Street, tel. +4891 38 62 588 – open 24/7
- Medical Center in Pobierowo, 68 Grunwaldzka Street, tel. +4891 38 64 173 – open from 16 to 18, Saturdays from 9 to 12 (a G.P. is available)
- Pharmacy, Pobierowo, 75 Grunwaldzka Street, open from 8 to 20; Sundays from 10 to 15, tel. +4891 38 64 277
- Paediatrician, Pobierowo, Reymonta Street, tel. 603 657 624.


Police Station in Rewal, 21 Mickiewicza Street, tel. +4891 38 62 597, open 24/7 or Police Emergency Line, tel. 997, 112
Fire Brigade: Pobierowo,  Zgody Street, tel. +4891 38 64 198
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