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Where to dive in Poland: Pomerania

Diving in Pomerania

On the map of diving places in Poland, it’s hard to skip so picturesque sites as Kashubia and Pomerania. This is where you can find the Land of Hundred Lakes and many interesting water reservoirs in Pomeranian Lakeland. If you don’t know where to dive in Poland, diving in Pomerania will bring you a lot of pleasure.

Diving locations

Diving conditions

In Pomerania, you will find crystal clear lakes. The most famous is Lake Siecino nearby Złocieniec. Attractions for divers include special obstacle course, sunken trees or the wreck of a sailboat.
In Lake Drawsko, near Czaplinek, you will come across lovely crayfish and lacustrine crabs. Nearby, there is also a Lake of Ińsko which is one of the most popular diving areas in this region. The water is so pure that you can freely watch the colonies of green, yellow and brown freshwater sponges. They look like coral reefs. In the northern part of the Lake, there is also an underwater meadow. Here, divers can observe such species of fish like carp, perch and eels.

Lake Kłodno, located in the Kashubian Landscape Park, is also notable. Its transparency ranges from 3 to 5 meters in the summer. In winter, it is improved and reaches even 10 meters away. There are plenty of underwater attractions prepared by the diving centre there. These include tunnels, a monument of a diver, boats or sunken bus.

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Worth to see

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Łukasz Głowacki

I’ve been diving for almost 10 years. The underwater world won my heart quite quickly. From the very beginning I wanted to be a good diver and partner, so I kept practising until I got a Master Scuba Diver PADI degree. I dive in hot and cold waters around the world. The thing I like most about diving is the sense of weightlessness and possibility to dive in the depths. I’m not too demanding when it comes to the landscapes, although I do enjoy their diversity, so I like diving in different places and conditions.

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