- The Municipality of Lębork, Lead Beneficiary
- The Country of Lębork
- The Self-government of Zachodniopomorskie Voivodeship
- The Self-government of Pomorskie Voivodeship
- Szczecinska Foundation
- The Pomeranian Regional Tourist Organization
- Kretinga District
- The Ernst Moritz Arndt university of Greifswald
Lębork, the seat of county, is a town situated in the west of Pomorskie Voivodeship. It has the area of 18 square kilometres and is populated by about 36 thousand residents. The strength of Lębork lies in its being situated in, so-called, Blue Land. Its landform features, abundance of greenery, closeness to the sea and Lake Lubowidz make it possible to spend free time walking, cycling, fishing or sailing. Tourists have at their disposal “Rafa” indoor swimming pool, tennis courts, Skate Park, a bowling alley, modern sports halls, a football stadium and the Municipal Sports Hall put into use in 2006.
Lębork is also the town of culture and historic buildings. The Museum and the Public Town Library are both very active, organising numerous cultural events, modern art exhibitions and literary contests. The pride of our town is Staromiejska Street with tenement buildings from the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries. What is definitely worth seeing are the medieval fortifications of Lębork, the gothic castle, the Sanctuary of St James from the 14th century, the mill from the turn of the 14th and 15th centuries and the 16th century salt granary. Tourists should also see the Town Hall built in neo-Gothic style and the Blessed Virgin Mary the Queen of Poland Church from 1870.
Lębork is a town where one cannot feel bored. The workers of Lębork Town Hall participate in organisation of cyclic events such as St James Fair during which the Meeting of Jameses is held whereas local music and dance groups and Polish show business stars give performances and concerts.
RECReate Project- the Re-vitalisation of the European Culture Route in the South Baltic Region- the Pomeranian Way of St James is implemented by employees of Promotion and Culture Department. The Department is responsible for foreign cooperation in its broadest sense and implementation of EU projects.