Pomeranian Province belongs to the favourite holiday destinations in Poland, as it lies along the coastline, drawing attention with its excellent wide beaches and amazing shifting dunes of Slowinski National Park. First of all, tourists should visit Hel Peninsula, a narrow spit of land surrounded with waters. The entire coastline is full of excellent resorts, such as Leba or Wladyslawowo whereas the interior is covered with lowland Kaszuby region, known for original folk culture and many picturesque lakes. There are also some noticeable historic towns in the province, first of all the magnificent maritime Gdansk, rich in tourist sights and attractions. Sopot is a fashionable summer resort with an array of pleasant cafes and Europe’s longest pier. A highlight of the area is the enormous Medieval castle in Malbork, a remnant of the period when the Teutonic Knights controlled the area.