Gryfice is a small town in the north-west of Poland, on the banks of the Szczecin Lagoon and the River Gryf. It’s a popular spot for water sports and fishing, and the sandy beaches are a big draw in summer. The town is also home to a beautiful old castle, the Gryfice Castle, which dominates the skyline. The castle is open to the public and houses a museum of local history. There are also a few nice parks in Gryfice, including the Park of Friendship, which has a playground, a pond and a rose garden.