Municipality of Dziwnów is located in north-western part of West Pomeranian Province. Interestingly situated between the Baltic Sea in the north, the  Wrzosowo/Kamieński Bay in the south and the Dziwna Strait  which connects the sea with the bay. This kind of location is easily the best advantage of our district and qualifies it as a perfect place for sailors and other water sports lovers. From the land side surrounded by the forests, in close neighbourhood with Wolinski National Park (Woliński Park Narodowy) creates perfect conditions for people searching for active holiday and healthy coastline walks.

Due to developed infrastructure in the last years (roads, water supply, port) and perfect location, Dziwnów attracts investors. High placing in the investment ranks and much higher standard of living of the inhabitants create a solid foundation for the business development. More than 3790 ha which constitutes the area of the municipality is inhabited by more than 3500 people. The length of the shoreline of about 18 kilometres demarcates northern borderline. Municipality of Dziwnów consists of four towns: Dziwnów which gained the charter in 2004, Dziwnówek, Międzywodzie and Łukęcin. Each of them located at the seaside with varied and well-developed accommodation. In 2006 the beaches of all four towns were qualified by the European Commission as fulfilling the highest sanitary standards. For the last several years the resort has been awarded the Blue Flag Certificate.

Municipality Dziwnów (consisting of four summer resorts, i.e. Łukęcin, Dziwnówek, Dziwnów and Międzywodzie), forming a part of the Kamień district, is located in the north-west part of Zachodniopomorskie province. Each of these summer resorts is situated by the Baltic Sea (Pomeranian Bay). Moreover, the southern part of Międzywodzie borders with the northern bank of Zalew Kamieński (the Kamieński Lagoon). Dziwnów is divided into two parts (the northern and the southern one) by the Dziwna Strait which in its eastern part turns into the Zatoka Wrzosowska (the Wrzosowska Bay), at the same time being the southern and western border of Dziwnówek. Thus, three out of four typical coastal villages of the municipality boarder on other bodies of water, which from the tourist point of view, makes them very attractive as well geographically interesting.

The fourth place – Łukęcin, (situated in the eastern part of the municipality), is surrounded by the forests and has got an interesting sea coast shape. There is also one more attraction in Dziwnów namely the lake ‘Martwa Dziwna’, which in the 19th century constituted a part of Dziwna Strait  (at that time being naturally connected to the sea).

In terms of the road transport, the Municipality Dziwnów is situated on the province road No. 102, which goes from Międzyzdroje to Kołobrzeg. The province road No. 107 (from Kamień Pomorski) and the section of the road going along the  western bank of the Dziwna River (from Wolin to Miedzywodzie) lead to the Municipality. The nearest railway station is in Kamień Pomorski, and you can get from there to the Municipality Dziwnów by bus. The distance from Kamień Pomorski to Dziwnów is 12 km. Visitors can cover this distance by bike along a bike path. 

The location of the Municipality Dziwnów is also attractive for the sailors. Free access from the side of Szczecin Lagoon or the Baltic Sea enable them to sail on the local bodies of water.