From spring to early autumn, the island is bathed in greenery. Lovers of peace and quiet will find themselves perfectly on forest paths, contemplating the sound of trees and the sea. Close contact with nature was guaranteed with the announcement of this area as a Protected Landscape Area, and when it was granted the status of an ecological island.
The large natural diversity results primarily from the delta location. We can meet a whole range of different habitats with very specific fauna and flora, e.g. mixed forests and pine forests, willow thickets, seaside beaches, dunes, ponds and lakes, meadows and farmland. In short - it's hard to find a more interesting piece of land hidden in the arms of the Vistula and the sea.
For this reason, lovers of blissful relaxation come here every year, but also nature lovers, and above all ornithologists. They include both enthusiasts and scientists, making observations and measurements for their own pleasure and for educational purposes. And the area and population for research are great, because on the island area of 35 km2 there are as many as two unique nature reserves: the Bird Paradise Reserve and the Seagull Shoal Reserve.