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Beach Stogi

9 km from the Montownia

The beautiful, sandy beach is located near
the city centre next to Wydmy 1 Street,
it has a guarded swimming area.

Brzeźno Beach

8 km from the Montownia

A sandy beach with a walking pier
and numerous attractions at Oksywska
Street. Here you can make use of cycle
paths, green areas, a volleyball pitch,
a water slide volleyball court, water slide
and rope park.

Steffens Park

2 km from the Montownia

One of the largest: 13 ha and the oldest
public park stretching along Victory
Avenue. It was established at the end
of the 19th century. The attraction
is located at Towarowa 40 Street.

Oliwa Park

9 km from the Montownia

A historic city park of more than 11
hectares, it is full of greenery and walking
paths. This charming place stretches
from Opata Jacka Rybińskiego Street

Oruński Park

5 km from the Montownia

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 Orunia, at Nowiny 2 Street.

Sobieszewo Island

20 km from the Montownia

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.

Tri-City Landscape Park

9 km from the Montownia

The landscape park is located
on the north-eastern fragment
of the moraine upland of the Kashubian
Lake District, and contains many walking
and cycling trails. The park covers
part of the area of Gdańsk, Sopot,
Gdynia, Rumia, Wejherowo and Szemud.


12 km from the Montownia

Poland’s largest zoo open all year round
with an area of 125 hectares,
home to over 160 species of animals
from all over the world. The attraction
is located at Karwieńska 3 Street
in Gdańsk – Oliwa.


2 km from the Montownia

The historic complex is located
at Gradowa Street, consists of, among
others, a park and vantage point,
it is the remains of a 16th century

Dead Vistula

13 km from the Montownia

One of the three main estuary arms
of the Vistula into the Bay of Gdańsk.
The name refers to the lack of current
due to being cut off by a sluice
in Przegalin.