The Łeba River flows through Łebsko Lake just before it reaches the Baltic Sea at the town of Łeba. It is 16.4 km long and 7.6 km wide. Maximum depth is 6.3 m. With an area of 7,142 ha (71.42 km²), it is the largest Pomeranian lake. A 2.5 km (1.6 mi) broad spit including the 42 m (138 ft) high Łącka Góradune separates it from the sea.
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