Polish seaside

We invite you for a bike trip by the sea. This trip is for cyclists, but also for those who ride a bike occasionally! Every day, we do not more than 50 km and go slowly, admiring the scenery so everyone will be able to keep up! During this tour you will see the Museum of World War II, beautiful Polish sandy beaches, amazing National Park with moving dunes and you will live in very interesting places! What will be waiting for you during this trip?

 

Everything will start in Gdansk, a beautiful port city with a huge history and an extraordinary old town. You will be staying in “Apartamenty Gdański Gród” and sightseeing the city with a guide. 

One of Poland’s most beautiful cities, Gdansk, on the Baltic Sea, has played major roles in history, especially in the 20th-century. It was the 1939 flash point of World War II, and then in 1980, the birthplace of the Solidarnosc labor movement, ushering the end of Communist domination in Eastern Europe. Gdansk’s Old Town, painstakingly reconstructed to its Hanseatic League glory after being leveled in World War II, is a highlight.

 

 

To know Gdańsk well, you have to spend there more than one day. Museum of World War II and Solidarity Museum are definitely worth seeing!

The word Solidarity is synonymous with the city of Gdansk. Although the movement which burst into life at the time of the shipyard strikes of 1980 is closely connected with Gdansk, the phenomenon that was Solidarność was not confined to the city. If truth be told there are other cities in Poland which feel that Gdansk has unfairly become the symbol for a movement that connected with and was born from Poles throughout the country. But for the foreign visitor with a memory of the 1980 strikes the image of Solidarity is Gdansk, its shipyards and the leader of the protests – Lech Wałęsa.

 

 

The Polish coast is the most beautiful in the summer, although it is best to see it in June or September, when it is still warm outside, but there are almost no tourists at all! And what is the best way to move between the following attractions? A bicycle tour by the sea!

Along the entire Polish coast there is a beautiful cycle route that sometimes leads through forests, sometimes through fields and sometimes even 100 meters from the beach. And if you want to have a break,  you can just lie down on a beach and rest or swim in the refreshing water!

 

 
 
What we will be doing in this beautiful spot? We will be mostly chilling at the beach, but we can also visit the museum of Hel! We will spend the night in “Apartamenty Niezwykły”.
 
 
 

A trip to Białogóra. Our next destination is a place known for the best ice cream on the Polish coast, beautiful wide beaches and above all peace! Accommodation at the “Lighthouse Sfera”

Białogóra is a magical coastal town. Still undiscovered by mass tourism, this peaceful town offers beautiful, wide beaches and the world’s best ice cream with blueberry topping, from berries from nearby forests!

 



Each year in the peak season, the lovely fishing port of Leba is crammed with tourists drawn by the allure of sand, sea and nature – even when the neighbouring resorts are empty. Although Leba has little to offer in terms of historic sights, there are still some pleasant nooks, the famous shifting dunes and other attractions of the unique Slowinski National Park to marvel at. Once there, it is easy to understand why Leba is such an immensely popular holiday resort. Accommodation in “Sielska Chata w Łeba”

 

 

One of the most unusual places in Poland is the Słowiński National Park, where you can admire huge moving dunes!

The park’s pride is the largest stretch of moving sand dunes in Europe. The dunes, which move to the east by up to 10 metres each year, resemble a sandy desert stretching along the narrow split between the Baltic Sea and Lake Łebsko. They look really impressive, especially near their highest peak – Łączka, which is over 40 metres a.s.l. high!