Enjoy unforgettable moments in Gdańsk, where rich history meets the comfort of modernity. Visit the local beaches, parks and reserves that will make a summer spent in this charming coastal city one of a kind.
Adam Mickiewicz Park in Oliwa offers a great number of attractions. With its vast grounds, original trees, linden alley, water reservoirs and the Botanical Garden with the Palm House, it is an ideal place to relax, take a walk or meet with friends. Nearby, you can find the beautiful Cathedral with historic organ where concerts are held.
One of the oldest parks in Gdansk and the second largest. It is surrounded by hills which are the subject of local legends. The Park features ponds, waterfalls, as well as beautiful avenues of trees. Nearby, you can see the historic Manor House from the 19th century. There is also a playground for children in the park.
This is by far the most popular bathing beach in Gdansk among residents and tourists alike. Its distinctive feature is a 140-metre-long pier facing the Gdansk Bay. You can find here numerous catering outlets, a medical point, changing rooms and toilets. There are also two points where you can use the city's wi-fi free of charge.
The Jelitkowo bathing beach is located on the border between Gdansk and Sopot and is easily accessible from the city. A few minutes away from the beach, you can find a tram terminal and bus stops. The place offers an open-air gym and numerous outlets where you can rent beach and sports equipment.
Summer in Gdańsk is always associated with activities by the water. SUP is one of the proposals to enjoy the refreshing breeze on a hot day and see the city from a completely different perspective.