Poland' s Baltic coast is over 500 km in lengh is awaitingthose who enjoy relaxing by the waterside. The great attraction of Baltic coasts lies above all in its beaches full of beautiful amber sand, often streching for kilometres which could be envy 0of many other countries, including those on Mediterranean.
On the Baltic coast you will find many popular seaside resorts like: Gdańsk, Sopot, Gdynia, Ustka, Świoujście, Łeba, Mileno, Międzyzdroje and more, located within the Coastal Landscape Park, Białogóra, Dębki, Karwia, Jastrzębia Góra, and Władysławowo. These towns function both as river ports and cultural centres, besides offering facilities for water sports. The beaches on the Baltic coast, set against a background of pine forest. The Baltic seaside resorts also make ideal bases for trips on horseback or by bike, tourists have been coming to the Baltic sea coast all year round.
Sopot Promenade - on both sides of the pier there is a wide sandy beach. On the sides of the Bohaterów Monte Cassino Street there are countless shops, cafés and restaurants. A well renowned Sopot Forest Opera has 4500 seats. In the summer months many performances, musicals and musical festivals are held here. To the east of Gdańsk only a narrow stripe of land separates the Vistula Lagoon from the Baltic Sea. The Vistula Sandbar belongs in part to Poland and in part to the Kaliningrad District (Russia). On the east coast there are some really impressive beaches. The reed on its southern side nests rare water bird species.
The towns Kąty Rybackie and Krynica Morska are popular summer resorts on the narrow land strip, Elbląg and Frombork, are connected with sightseeing ship routes across the Vistula Lagoon.