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Łeba Seaside Resort
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What I Want for Łeba
August 2, 2010   
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My thoughts on Łeba are mainly inspired by my delight at this exceptionally beautiful town. I was born in Lębork, 26 kilometers from Łeba, and I spent many a summer day in Łeba as a child and later on. Back then, I looked at this coastal retreat through the eyes of a tourist. However, since 1992 I have been the owner of the most charming spot on the Baltic coast, a hotel housed in a historic castle which since 1907 has stood on a dune by the beach. I have guests coming all year long from around the world. I talk to them and our conversations give me food for thought.

Nature has been exceptionally generous to Łeba. The town and its surroundings have beautiful and wide beaches, pine woods, dunes and crystal clear air. Over a century ago, these natural assets captivated Maksymilian Nitschke and prompted him to build this unique castle by the water’s edge. There is no other such building in any village or town on the Baltic coast.

My ultimate dream is thus for Łeba to become a place of luxury to make the most of the town’s natural beauty. I believe that before this can happen, the transportation network has to improve across Poland so that coming to Łeba is easier and safer. Thankfully, Łeba already has a modern beltway which passes by the town center. People in our town also need to see to it that the architecture is harmonious and good local zoning plans are developed. We have to make sure that the tourist services we provide are of European standards suitable for demanding customers. I know my dreams are realistic and I hope they will come true.

Ewa Cysdorf owner and director of the Neptun Hotel—also known as the “Castle on the Beach”—in Łeba
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