The Rewal Commune is situated in the northern part of the West Pomeranian Province at the Baltic coast in the Gryfice District. It covers 41 km2 and counts about 3,5 thousand inhabitants. Rewal, as a seaside big village, is one of the most attractive places at the Polish Baltic coast the most willingly visited by tourists.
Lack of industry in the area, a healthy maritime microclimate, 18 kilometers long of clean sandy beaches, and many tourist attractions such as the ruins of the fourteenth century church at Trzęsacz, a vintage narrow-gauge railway and the lighthouse at Niechorze are the objects that thanks to our intensive promotion have become known in Poland.
The Commune authorities put a special stress on ecology. The whole area has been completely fitted with a sewer system. Thanks to the European standard of our bathing beaches , the fist class of the sea water cleanness and three teams of very well trained lifeguards, the beach at Pobierowo has been granted the European Ecological Certificate "Blue Flag".
For the last ten years at Niechorze there has been existing the Museum of Inshore Fishery, which simultaneously is the Commune Culture Centre. In the vicinity of Niechorze there is also Liwia Luza - a lake of three hundred - hectare waterfowl reserve unchanged by the man for years.
Preservation of the Cultural Heritage
In the Provincial Register of Monuments there are the following objects of the Reval Commune area:
- the ruins of the church at Trzesacz,
- the neo-gothic church at Trzesacz,
- the palace and farm complex of the XVIII - XIXth century together with two hundred- year park at Trzesacz (at present the buildings are turned to be a holiday centre).
- the lighthouse at Niechorze,
- the XVIII-XIXth century homestead at Niechorze,
- the archeological excavation site at Sliwin,
- the vintage narrow-gauge railway.