A summer residence built right by the Eastern beach in Ustka. Before Warld War II it was a property of the nazi, the marshall and the minister of aviation of of the German Reich, Hermann Göring. Though, the excentric owner was so busy with high priority cases, that he never actually happened to come to Ustka and stay at his exclusive mention.
Nowdays, a neorenesans building is one of the prettiest and best-kept historical buildings in the town. It’s architecture is characterized by simple but noble shapes. Pale, almost white corners enfold neat walls made of red brick – that’s where the villa’s name comes from. In the building there is a restaurant and a hotel and in summer time also a sea life aquarium.