Metropolitan bicycle paths
The route is about 33 km long and is classed as medium difficulty. The first section leads through forested and sea cliff areas, and then low-lying areas. The route is a part of the R-10 bicycle trail (Seaside Hanseatic Trail). The picturesque path leads through Mechelniki (beach, fishing wharf, sea cliff) and Rewa (beach, Rewa promontory) to Puck. The route’s attractions include the Seaside Landscape Park and two nature reserves: Mechalinskie Laki and Beka. A unique attraction on this route is the WWII-era torpedo testing facility located in the bay in Gdynia’s Babie Doly district.
Gdansk-Jantar-Krynica Morska route
This long but generally flat route is around 55 km. To complete takes around 4 to 5 hours. The route’s main attractions, apart from those offered by the seaside villages located along the way – Jantar, Stegna and Krynica Morska, are its closeness to Gdansk Bay, the agricultural landscape that the Vistula delta is known for, the ferry which crosses the river, the Vistula Spit and the Vistula Lagoon. Along the way you can rest in the Vistula Spit Landscape Park, or visit the Stutthoff Concentration Camp Museum in Sztutowo.
A long route featuring around 44 km of medium-difficulty paths. The Puck-Wladyslawowo section of this picturesque seaside trail forms part of the R-10 bicycle trail (Seaside Hanseatic Trail). The route consists almost exclusively of bicycle lanes, with only the pavement section being the one connecting Chalupy and Jastarnia. The best part about the route is that it runs close to the Baltic Sea. In addition to the peninsula’s beautiful beaches and the marvellous view of Puck Bay, you can also enjoy the pier, seal zoo and the Hel Fishing Museum, in addition to everything that Wladyslawowo has to offer. Moreover, the trail runs past two nature reserves – the Seaside Landscape Park and the Slone Laki Nature Reserve.