In Niechorze there is a marina used by the local fishermen. Fishermen on their boats often offer fresh fish, and it is always worth taking a walk to the marina and watch the picturesque boats waiting on the beach for fishing again.
During your stay you can go for a walk or a bike ride because there are two marked hiking trails that run here: The Luzia River Trail - circular, It starts and ends before the narrow-gauge railway station and the E9 Seaside Trail named after Ph.D. Czesław Piskorski (Świnoujście - Kołobrzeg).
Niechorze is a typical fishing village. Its most interesting viewpoint and attraction is the lighthouse built in 1866.
In Niechorze is the Sea Fisheries Museum, which shows them all interesting facts from the profession of a fisherman and allows you to get to know the Pomeranian culture. Located here is also the railway station of the Gryficka Narrow-Gauge Railway, where for guests and the youngest holidaymakers arrives narrow-gauge train called "ciuchcia Retro", running from Gryfice to coastal villages of Rewal municipality.
Niechorze is a holiday resort with a lot of holiday centers, boarding houses, guest rooms and campsites. The seaside shore boasts a large and clean sandy beach and a high cliff in one of the bays with a beautiful historic lighthouse.
Niechorze is a seaside resort and spa town in northwestern Poland, located in the Gryfice County, in Rewal municipality. The town is located between the Baltic Sea coast in the north and Lake Liwia-Łuża in the south.
An attraction of Niechorze is a historic lighthouse - built over 130 years ago. It has been functioning almost continuously since 1866. Currently, a special 1000 W bulb is used, whose light can be seen from a distance of 20 nautical miles (about 36 km). The lighthouse is 45 m high and can be climbed after buying a ticket on site.