Rawiczówka is an ecological farm located in the West Pomeranian region of Brzeżno, in the tiny village of Karsibór. It is 66 km from Kołobrzeg, 76 km from Koszalin and 107 km from Szczecin.
The hosts of Rawiczówka offer their guests a stay in three double rooms (with the option of accommodating a third person) with single or double beds. Each of the rooms has a private bathroom, while the Room with a View also has its own wooden terrace.
All guests of Rawiczówka can gather together in a charming living room combined with a dining room.
Dining / kitchen
On the farm there is the possibility of buying delicious breakfasts, afternoon tea and a half board meal plan. In addition, the local restaurant "Malika" has a rich offer of exotic cuisine of Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia, as well as North Africa.
One of the most interesting attractions of Rawiczówka are two nice horses, which can be used by both beginners and experienced riders. Peace and quiet invite everyone to relax in the fresh air - fishing will be an ideal activity, as well as lighting a fire. In addition, you can rent a bike at the farm and choose from many scenic hiking routes.
Attractions in the area
Brzeżno commune is an attractive place primarily in terms of nature. The Drawski Landscape Park stretches out next to it, which covers the most valuable part of the Drawskie Lake District. The village of Karsibór boasts the Nature and Landscape Complex that protects one of the largest Baltic bogs in Western Pomerania. In the area there are several valuable natural monuments, the most important of which are two old pedunculate oaks: Fat Oak (with a circumference of 6.3 m) and High Oak (5.3 m). In addition, to Brzeżna belongs to the northern part of the Protected Landscape Area of the Drawskie Lakeland, which protects the most valuable in terms of geographic and natural part of the Pojezierze.
The most-visited tourist routes include: Świdwin Kocioł - a route commemorating the fight against the 10th SS corps on 4-7 March 1945; The Heritage Trail of Technology and Architecture, from which you can admire the valuable 19th and 20th century buildings and facilities, such as windmills, hydropower plants, mills, palaces and churches, as well as the educational path of the Karsibór Peatbog running right next to the Nature and Landscape Complex.