One of Norda's greatest assets is its location. The richness of nature and its unique landscapes, magnificent, clean Baltic beaches, pine and beech forests, numerous nature reserves full of fauna and flora make it a paradise for nature observers. While hiking through the North of Kashubia, it is worth to get acquainted with the natural values. One of the forms of nature conservation are nature reserves. There is over a dozen such areas on Norda.
Babnica - located about 1km northwest of Białogóra, covers a steep slope of forested parabolic dunes.
Beka - the mud of the mouth of the river Reda, south of Osłonino. It protects rare birds and coastal salty meadows and moss. It is also a bird sanctuary. An educational path with information boards was designated here.
Bialogora - located northeast of Białogóra. Created to preserve rare species of the Polish flora, which is characteristic for Atlantic communities. Protects: the initial stages of coastal white sand dunes, coastal gray sand dunes.
Bielawa - the area includes high Baltic peat bogs with heaths, birches and meadows. It is a breeding ground for a crane.
Beeches of Darzlubie (Darzlubskie Buki) - located in the Darzlubska Forest south of Mechowo. It was created to protect the fragment of the Pomeranian beech forest with about 160-year-old trees.
Royal Fern (Dlugosz Krolewski) in Wierzchucino - located north of the provincial road Żarnowiec-Wierzchucino, at the altitude of jez. Żarnowieckiego. A reserve to protect rare plant - the Royal Fern.
Chlapowski Gorge (Wąwóz Chłapowski) - also called Rudnik (from reddish earth) is an area of 24.83 ha. There are: broom, sea buckthorn, bellflower, juniper, blackberry, ivy, the common polypody. Helskie Dunes (Helskie wydmy) - an area of 108.48 ha. Protects the fragment of the dune seashore, grasslands, heather and forest ecosystems, including lichens, fungus and coniferous forests,
Helskie Dunes (Helskie wydmy) - an area of 108.48 ha. Protects the fragment of the dune seashore, grasslands, heather and forest ecosystems, including lichens, fungus and coniferous forests,
Mechelinskie Meadows (Mechelińskie Łąki) - the area between Rewa and Mechelinki, covers the area of meadows and rushes with an area of 113, 4 ha. There is a birdwatching facility and a view point from which reserve can be observed. There are about 200 plant species here, including more than 20 protected or rare plants. The local population of sea holly is exceptionally rich. On eighty year’s old trees there is a breeding colony of gray heron,
Piasnica Meadows (Piaśnickie Łąki) - a forest and peat reserve in the Piaśnica Valley south-west of Dębki. Natural habitats: estuaries, coastal white and gray sand dunes, mixed forests and dunes on coastal sand dunes, wetland meadows, high peat bogs, acid oak forests, marshes and birch forests,
Cape Rozewski (Przylądek Rozewie) – a nature reserve of 12.15 ha. It protects the Pomeranian beech forest on the cliff edge, the perimeter of the trees reaches 3 m,
Wladyslawowo salty meadows (Słone łąki we Władysławowie) - species under protection are plants that grow in salty of the Gulf of Puck between Władysławowo and Swarzewo. The most valuable flora are: Centaurium littorale, Blysmus compressus, Blysmus rufus Plantago maritima. Area of 27.72 ha
Widowo - located between Karwia and Dębki. Seaside dunes, reaching up to 22 m above the level of the sea.
Black water springs (Źródliska Czarnej Wody) - located between Świecino and Lisewo. The subject of protection is a complex of well-preserved, diverse forest communities, located in the Blackwater Watershed
Green (Zielone) - created to preserve the position of Pomeranian Honeysuckle. Honeysuckle is up to 6 m high. Yellowish and original flowers appear abundantly from May to July.