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About Wladyslawowo

The famous town on the Baltic Sea of Polonya, Wladyslawowo, is situated in Hel Peninsula. The town that attracts thousands of local and international tourists every year has a beautiful 23-kilometre coast with sand beaches. In the town that has just as much to offer with its healing iodised air and health micro-climate as it does with its many historical sites, the plant and animal species found in landscape gardens also attract delight. Hallerowka, a fishing port since, the Rozewie lighthouse, and an old monastery that looks to the lighthouse from 50 kilometre away, are just some of the captivating places in the town. The Olympic Training Centre, with its equipment for countless sports, is also worth seeing. It’s possible to parasail, wind surf, or go horse riding in the beaches of the town in the summer when they become quite lively. The bars and clubs around the beach are the most dynamic nightlife locations.  

Even though you will see a modern sillouhuete while wandering, the town’s history dates back to the 12th century. Although, it was only officially recognised as one by Polish King IV.  Władysław in the beginning of the 17th century. You can see the town centre spread over 38 km2 easily by foot or bike.  

The closest airport to Wladyslawowo is Gdansk Lech Wałęsa Airport and is around 46 kilometres away from the town. You can use train, bus, or taxi to get to the town.


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