A beautiful, sandy beach located near
the city centre next to Wydmy 1 Street,
and has a guarded swimming area.
A sandy beach with a walking pier
and numerous attractions at Oksywska
Street. Here you can enjoy cycle paths,
green areas, a volleyball court, a water
slide and a rope park.
A part of the city located by the Vistula
River on the Bay of Gdańsk,
it has a charming beach and a pine forest.
The beaches on the Isle of Sobieszewo
are among the widest and most beautiful
beaches in Gdańsk.
The 290-metre-long marina for yachts
and motor boats is located along
the Szafarnia Wharf on the New Motława.
Sightseeing tours of the city on board
battery-powered melex with audio system
with different language versions allows
you to get to know the greatest attractions
of Gdańsk in a comfortable manner.
The attraction is located at Granitowa 6 Street.
A modern marina at Dokowa 1 Street,
suitable for minor repairs, and in winter
offers berthing for yachts.
Possibility of renting SUP boards and
guided cruises on the Motława.
The attraction is based at the Kamienna
The vicinity of the Montownia is
conducive to cycling routes to various
parts of the of the city, e.g. to
Westerplatte, Sobieszewo Island,
Otomin, Oliwskie Valleys, TriCity
Landscape Park, Sopot and Gdynia.
In Gdańsk, you can see the sights
and attractions from the river side.
Just take a cruise on a catamaran
or a historic boat.
Gdańsk abounds in offers for one-day or
longer cruises on ships and catamarans.
You can choose an itinerary around the
bay or to destinations located on the Hel
For centuries, there have been wooden
platforms at this place for unloading
and discharging ships. Today,
it is a waterfront promenade
on the Main City, stretching along
the western bank of the Motława river.
One of the largest (13 ha) and oldest
public parks stretching along Zwycięstwa
Avenue. It was established at the end
of the 19th century. It is located at Towarowa 40 Street.
A historic city park of more than 11
hectares, it is full of greenery and walking
paths. This charming place spreads
out on Opata Jacka Rybińskiego Street.
The third largest city park in Gdańsk with
two ponds connected by a stream.
It is located in the southern part of the city,
in Oruń, at Nowiny 2 Street.
A historic complex located at Gradowa
Street, consisting of, among others, a park
and vantage point, is the remains of a 16th