When in need of vitamin SEA

Poland may not be the first destination that comes to mind when looking for seaside locations, but the country’s northern coast is filled with wide sandy beaches and charming coastal towns.


What to expect while visiting seaside surroundings?


  • Hel Peninsula – one of the most picturesque destinations in Poland, a 35-km-long sand bar separating the Bay of Puck from the open Baltic Sea, with wide sandy beaches, pine forests, dunes and great spots for surfers;


  • National Parks – Wolin, located on the largest Polish island, full of steep cliffs, beautiful forests, glacial hills and lakes, and Slowinski, with its biggest attraction, unique in Europe, the desert shifting dune landscape;


  • Vibrant Tricity Gdynia–Sopot–Gdansk – where you can enjoy real city life, with trendy bars, restaurants, clubs and high-end hotels;


  • Historic Kolobrzeg – known for its architecture, with the 17th century lighthouse and the gothic St. Mary’s Basilica as well as its port, concrete pier and a promenade and easy access to Danish Bornholm Island by ferry.