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Holidays by the Baltic Sea in Poland are used by both Polish and European tourists. Though the Baltic Sea isn't going to remind of warm, blue seas around the south of Europe in the least (it can be much colder and wild on account of strong winds). You merely can not resist its charm ustka. Check it out yourself...
Sandy beaches and history ustka
Boon of Polish seaside are over 700 km long beaches that belongs on the most incredible in whole Europe ustka. The seaside is also appreciated for specific microclimate, abundant in iodine, because of which the towns located alongside the ocean are filled with popular in Poland sanatories, different health hotels and resorts. Beaches in Poland are sandy, July and August are the most useful months for sunbathing. The summer sees the Polish seaside involves life and beach resorts attract many holidaymakers trying to find sun and relaxation. Holiday resorts for the Baltic Sea also sport historically captivating cities, great natural attractions, and also a relaxed maritime climate. And, least however, not last reason, why it's worth to see and what are the tourists love Polish Seaside for: impressive hugeness and majesty with the sea causes an unique a sense of amazement and respect with the nature. The cities located here: Gdansk, Hel, Gdynia, Sopot remember dates of the greatest events in Polish and European history (in particular: World War The 2nd, Revolution of "Solidarity", to mention just 2 of them).
Nature and culture ustka
It's common for all those folks that visited Polish Seaside to claim that your place is magical ustka. Some mysterious atmosphere causes that people can't wait to check out another sunset, would like to relax the new air and gloat your neighborhood cuisine with a lot of sophisticated fish species.
Polish Seaside provides tourists not simply traditional "3xS" and also many other attractions. Essentially the most interesting areas are two Nature: "Wolinski", located on the Wolin Island with natural cliffs, containing bison reserve, and "Slowinski", with lakes and different, movable dunes ustka. Over the seaside there are many attractive, unique touristic points (like: lighthouses in Czolpin and Ustka). Small towns are perfect places for those who need to rest a long way away from your crowds. For that amateurs on the history and culture, in contrast, Gdansk is the best place, where they're able to explore both of them. Museums, historical points (shipyards, places of fights, monuments etc.), libraries and Polish-German agreement centers are available for everybody, regardless the text and culture.