Kępa Redłowska Nature Reserve was founded in 1938 to preserve the natural beech-forest habitat of wild animals like badgers, bats and foxes. Several walking trails criss-cross the reserve. It makes for an interesting stroll and if you’re lucky you may catch a glimpse of an animal scurrying away to its hideout. Groups of boars are known to hang around the area, and though they look fearsome, they are apparently harmless - not that we'd encourage trying to stroke one. Ramblers can find several bunkers left over from WWII spread intermittently around the coastline.