The first mention of Jarosławiec dates back to 1540, when the village was mentioned as the property of the dukes of the West Pomerania. The population was primarily engaged in fishing, collecting and processing of amber, which is still abundant in this area.
The characteristic feature of the landscape is a 33.3 meter lighthouse, whose light is visible from a distance of 16 nautical miles and stretching through 2 km of cliffs rising to places up to 45 meters high. Overgrown with dune vegetation with the sheltered Santa Claus, apart from the lighthouse are undoubted tourist attractions this is more interesting, because at their summits are placed lookout points, from which there is a beautiful view, especially at sunset. In the area you can find a few half-timbered buildings from the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries.
At present, Jaroslawiec is a tourist village with holiday centers, rehabilitation centers, guest houses, guest rooms, campsites, campsites, capable of accepting in the summer about 15 thousand. tourists. It is worth noting that the inhabitants of Jarosławiec having a permanent check-in are about 320 people, and most of them, as they once did, are engaged in fishing and amber collection.
As you can see it is worth here to come and enjoy the clean air, water and calm and actively relax with the many attractions prepared by the permanent residents.