Łeba is a small town that lies in a picturesque setting on the coast of the Baltic Sea. It is a very popular health resort. The town is situated between the Lebsko and Sarbsko lakes and on its west side, is flanked by the international biosphere reserve the “Slavic National Park”, whose main attraction is the wandering dunes. Łeba lies around 110 km north-west of Gdansk. It has over 4 thousand inhabitants, who make their living mainly from tourism and fishing. Łeba is one of the most attractive towns on Poland’s Baltic Sea coast The delightful harbour is just the right size, and is surrounded by tiny fishermen’s huts dating from the 19th century The harbour lends the town a special atmosphere, and draws many visitors. The town is currently experiencing a boom; it has a rich tourist basis, and can offer visitors a stay in the most ecologically clean area of Poland. The new marina offers water sports enthusiasts a wide variety of sailing events. Łeba not only holds sporting competitions on European and world-wide level, it also hosts many interesting cultural and artistic events.