Top 6 coastal towns to visit in Poland

  • Sopot

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    Sopot is a major resort town and a part of the metropolitan area of Tricity. The main landmarks of Sopot include Bohaterów Monte Cassino Street, Sopot Pier, Balneotherapy Centre, and the Sopot beach.
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  • Giżycko

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    Giżycko is a popular summer tourist destination in Masurian Lake District. It is home to many historical monuments, including a 14th-century Teutonic castle.
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  • Ustka

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    Ustka is a popular summer holiday destination and a fishing port on the south coasts of the Baltic. There are two sand beaches, separated by the river Słupia.
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  • Mielno

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    Mielno is a coastal resort town located on a spit between the Baltic Sea and Jamno lake. It is a well-known tourist destination with sandy beaches.
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  • Mikolajki

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    Mikołajki is a resort town in north-eastern Poland. It is located near the Śniardwy, the largest lake in both the Masurian Lake District and Poland. Ice sailing in winter is an especially popular attraction in the town.
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  • Mragowo

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    Mrągowo is a resort town located near lake Czos in northeastern Poland. It is known for its annual Country Picnic, held since 1982. Mrągowo is a popular tourist and vacation center with plenty of green spaces and walking routes.
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