KAROLINA agriturismo is located in the seaside summer resort village of Sarbinowo. It is located 7 km from Mielno, 16 km from Koszalin, 30 km from Kołobrzeg and approx. 80 km from Słupsk.
The hosts at the U Karoliny agriturismo offer overnight stays in rooms for two, three, four and five, together with bathrooms and a shared sanitary hub, plus in a suite for 4-5 people with a spacious bathroom, a kitchenette and a direct exit to the backyard. Each of the bed places is equipped with a folding screen, an electric kettle, a TV set, a radio, tableware, cutlery, bedding with casings and Wi-Fi. Another advantage of the facility is free stay for the youngest guests below the age of 1.
The guests of U Karoliny can get to buy fresh milk, cottage cheese, eggs and vegetables on site.
There’s plenty of attractions within the facility’s premises. The guests can play volleyball and badminton at the local field (rackets, balls and shuttles are available), relax outside by wooden tables and benches, have a BBQ and a bonfire, as well as rent bicycles and go for a ride around the neighborhood.
The KAROLINA agriturismo is a place pretty much created for kids. They have a playground at their disposal with a large swing and a spacious trampoline. On top of that, children can participate in milking a cow and play with animals, as well as go for a tractor ride with the host.
The main attraction of Sarbinowo, as well as the neighbouring towns, is obviously the beach 1,5 km away and the Baltic Sea. It is also a good idea, however, to visit the numerous historical landmarks around these parts, such as the Church of Our Lady’s Ascension with beautiful antique 19th century organs, St. John the Baptist’s Church in the village of Łekno, the neoclassic Sea Palace in Gąski which serves as a holiday and rehabilitation resort, the lighthouse or the settlement of Pomeranian Slavs from the 9th or 10th century. A place interesting because of its natural assets, on the other hand, is Ustronie Morskie, the site of two huge natural monuments – the oldest oaks in all of Poland. The “Bolesław” oak is probably around 800 years old, whereas the slightly younger “Warcisław” oak is over 640.