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Polish Baltic coast, especially in summer season, is one of the most attractive, in terms of tourism, regions of the country. From a geotourist viewpoint, particularly attractive are the cliff sections. The attractiveness of a given coast fragment is also determined by tourist facilities provided there and anthropogenic objects which are of interest to tourists. The coast section between Władysławowo and Jastrzębia Góra is particularly attractive. This is thanks to its diverse geological structure visible in cliff outcrops, and varied cliff relief cut by deep gullies. The geological sediments to be observed there include brown coal outcrops. The attractiveness of the coast is enhanced by its geographical location. It is the northernmost fragment of Poland’s territory. An additional attraction is provided by anthropogenic objects, e.g. the lighthouse in Rozewie or various forms of technical shore defence against abrasion.