spa: seaside spa
climate: marine climate, moderately and strongly stimulating
height: 2-7 m above sea level
postal code: 76-270 Ustka
telephone area code: +48-59
Main treatment areas:
diseases of the upper airways, mobility and rheumatic disorders, metabolism disorders, nervous system disorders, thyroid diseases.
Natural therapeutic resources:
bromide, iodide and boron brine (3.34%), therapeutic mud.
As early as the 14th century, Ustka was an important fishing port on the Baltic Sea. Situated at the estuary of the river Słupia, today it is a well-known spa and seaside holiday centre offering a beautiful landscape. The municipal promenade stretches along the sandy beach, which is protected by sand-dunes and a park. Numerous restored19th century villas and hotels stand on both sides of the promenade.
Treatment facilities: sanatoriums with 1,334 beds. Available therapy: physiotherapy centre, spa clinic.
Attractions and cultural events: It is worth visiting the many galleries, including the Gallery of Arts and Crafts and Goldsmithery. Regular events include the Pomeranian Festival of Organ Music, Days of the Sea (July), Lighthouse Holiday, Balloon Rally, bridge tournament, national Omega-class yacht regatta.
Tourism and sports: tennis courts, sports fields, indoor sports hall, mini-golf, indoor pool, yacht base, horse-riding centre. There are numerous hiking and biking routes nearby. A traditional, picturesque tourist route leads along the shore to the neighboring village of Rowy. In Ustka itself, it is worth seeing the fishing port, pier, lighthouse from 1871, and the Old Town with a number of fishermen's cottages. In the area: Słowiński National Park with picturesque dunes and unique fauna, the Open-air Museum in Kluki, the Pomeranian Princes' Castle in Słupsk, and the Słupia Valley Scenic Park.
Ustka - a big fishing port, a seaside resort and also a salt spa on the Baltic Sea. In the city centre numerous examples of the 19th century’s houses of the half-timbered construction are maintained. It is worth here beginning a trip by ship about the sea. Numerous guest houses and holiday centres await their guests all year long.