Ustka

A historical recreational coastal town in Poland.

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Summary

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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Reasons to visit Ustka

  • Located on the Baltic Sea's coast, the town has two large sand beaches that attract many tourists.
  • Many hotels in Ustka offer SPA & wellness programs.
  • During World War II, a bunker system known as "Bunkry Blüchera" was built in sand dunes within the town. Now it works as a museum and also offers various workshops and a military mobile field kitchen.
  • There have been many local awards given to the town for being a great summer destination.
  • The city also hosts the annual International Contest of Fireworks in July.

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Why is Ustka worth visiting?
  • Located on the Baltic Sea's coast, the town has two large sand beaches that attract many tourists.
  • Many hotels in Ustka offer SPA & wellness programs.
  • During World War II, a bunker system known as "Bunkry Blüchera" was built in sand dunes within the town. Now it works as a museum and also offers various workshops and a military mobile field kitchen.
  • There have been many local awards given to the town for being a great summer destination.
  • The city also hosts the annual International Contest of Fireworks in July.
What other places worth visiting when traveling to Ustka?
  • Sopot
  • Słowiński National Park
  • Kołobrzeg
  • Słowiński National Park
  • Mielno
  • Park Narodowy Bory Tucholskie
  • Jarosławiec
  • Kashubian Landscape Park
  • Łebsko Lake
  • Lake Jamno