Leba is an ideal area for hiking and biking, horseback riding, sailing on the sea and lakes, as well as visits to museums, lighthouses and rural churches and palaces. Leba is a great starting point to explore the eastern part of the Slowinski National Park. Slowinski National Park is one of the largest in Poland and has been listed by the UNESCO list of World Biosphere Reserves. The landscape of the park is extremely varied. It consists of sandy beaches, moving dunes, extensive pine forests and wet meadows.
Undoubtedly, biggest attractions in the region are the dunes, which prove very popular among tourists from all over the world. Moving dunes create a beautiful desert landscape, commonly known as the Polish Sahara, which forms scenery of outstanding natural beauty unique on a European scale.
Another noteworthy attraction is the lighthouse in Stilo. Road to the lighthouse leads through the charming villages: Sarbska, Ulinia and Sasino. The lighthouse, measuring 34 meters long, was built in 1906 on a dune elevated 45 meters above sea level. The Leba region is also known for its many children and grownup attractions