Sea lighthouse in rozewie
The famous lighthouse was built in Rozewie by the lighthouse keeper Leon Wzorek. It is ad-ministered by the Marine Board in Gdynia and is open to the public. Two lighthouses still stand on the 54-metre-high cliff: the old lighthouse and the new one. The height of the lighthouse is 33 metres, which makes the distance of the light from the sea level to be 87 metres. The lighthouse emits flashes of light every 3 seconds. The light is seen from the sea (at clear visibility) at the distance of 23,4 nautical miles (1 mile = 1852 metres). The light-house is famous for a legend telling a story of Stefan Zeromski writing his novel "Wiatr od morza" up there. In fact, Stefan Zeromski visited the Rozewie lighthouse but his famous nov-el was written in Warsaw.