Summer's almost here and you have no holiday plans? How about the Polish seaside? Let's go north on a short trip around the most interesting coastal towns. During this trip everyone will have a change to find a perfect holiday destination.
 
Our journey begins in Ustka, a place famous for its beautiful and broad beaches. This spot located in the north-west of the Pomeranian voivodeship is a fantastic place for people who are looking for a wide range of tourist attractions. During sunny days you can choose one of the sandy beaches, access to which is made easier thanks to the footbridge which connects the two parts of the town.Sports enthusiasts will surely appreciate the extensive bike trails and bicycle paths, which allow you to reach out the most beautiful locations in an around Ustka. Architecture and history fans will also not be bored there. Ustka, once a small fishing village, after a revitalization which was carried out a few years ago, perfectly captures the atmosphere that used to be specific for this town. After taking a walk in the city centre, surrounded by half-timbered buildings and the town's monuments,you can take a voyage to war times and visit the bunker complex from the Second World War.
 
Ustka
 
 
Travelling further west, the town of Kołobrzeg is worth visiting. This resort located in the West Pomeranian Voivodeship has been attracting loads of tourists for years now due to its well-prepared infrastructure and a full package of holiday attractions. During the day, you can enjoy the sun and the sea on a sandy beach or you can take a short cruise on the Baltic Sea, which will give you a chance to enjoy the breathtaking views. If you are not a sea excursion enthusiast, you can always choose to take a walk along the 220-meter-long pier. And in the evening? Kołobrzeg offers a lot for the night-life fans. It doesn't matter if you like to sip cocktails while chilling at the beach, dance all night in the club or just enjoy a nice meal in a restaurant, you will certainly find a place for yourself there.
 
Kołobrzeg
 
Have you ever noticed this characteristically protruding piece of land on the map of Poland? This region is called the Hel Peninsula, and it is one of the most popular tourist destination in the country.Coastal town located almost at the edge of Poland include Chałupy, Jurata and of course Hel. Each of these locations have something different to offer, so a trip around a few of them seems like an agood idea. The small village of Chałupy is a paradise for everyone who loves water sports. This resort located in the Puck Bay offers the ideal conditions for windsurfing and kite surfing. The area around Chałupy is full of campsites perfectly prepared for the fans of these sports. Jurata on the is an ideal location for those seeking the charm of the old days. This town used to be known as a pre-war summer resort created for the Polish elite. Nowadays, this prestigious location provides perfect conditions to relax in the beautiful bathing areas. Finally, located at the very end of the Peninsula, we have Hel, a former Kashubian village, famous for its lighthouse, which will allow you to admire the stunning coast and also for its seal sanctuary, which is one of the most visited tourist attractions in this region.
 
Hel Peninsula
 
Świnoujście is also a popular holiday destination by the Baltic Sea. The town is located near the western border of the country and is the only Polish town located on several islands. One of the most well-known symbols of the town is a windmill called Stawa Młyny. This builidng located at the end of the town's breakwater is a perfect spot for all the Instagrammers. In the background of the picturesque windmill you can admire the beauty of the Baltic Sea. Moreover, just like Ustka, Świnoujście can be an ideal destination for history lovers thanks to a complex of former German shelters.
 
Świnoujście
 
 
So... have you already bought your tickets? See you at the seaside!
 
 
 
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