Międzyzdroje has served as a 'summer capital of culture and art', a city of festivals, a city of film and artistic inspiration of celebrities from the world of culture, art, and music for many years.
The first Festival of Stars in Międzyzdroje took place in 1996 and every year it is becoming more and more popular.
Undoubtedly the biggest tourist attraction of Miedzyzdroje is its wide picturesque sandy beach.
The 'Gosań Mountain' viewpoint (95 m above sea level) is the highest peak of the Polish coast situated directly by the sea.
The Kawcza Mountain (61 m above sea level) is a viewpoint situated in the eastern part of the city.
Also known as the Emerald Lake, it is classified as one of the most beautiful lakes of the Wolin National Park.
The Wolin National Park covers part of the largest Polish island - Wolin, a fragment of the Regressive Delta of Świna, and the coastal strip of sea waters with a width of 1 nautical mile.
The permanent exhibitions present the beauty and uniqueness of the Park wildlife.
The Park was founded in the 2nd half of the nineteenth century.
An interesting tourist attraction next to the park, built in 2013, located between the Amphitheatre and the Amber Baltic hotel.
The Baltic Miniature Park in Międzyzdroje infects its guests with a passion for travelling.
Next to the marina in Wicko there is the Bunker Museum of the V-3 cannon – the only exhibition of the German secret weapon V-3 from the World War II in Poland.
The Planetarium in Miedzyzdroje is located on the roof of a building at the promenade in Międzyzdroje.