The Hel Peninsula is an attractive centre of summer tourism. Thirty-five kilometres long and sometimes only as narrow as 200 metres, it cuts into the Bay of Gdańsk. In the village of Hel located at the south-eastern end of the peninsula there are beautiful old fishermen’s huts. The fishing village of Jastarnia is also a tourist attraction, as well as the renowned holiday site Jurata. The village of Chałupy is known for its topless beaches.