Krynica Morska is an attractive seaside resort, located at the sandy belt of the Vistula Spit, separating the waters of the Vistula Lagoon from the Bay of Gdańsk. Every year in the summer, the place attracts thousands of tourists. The city is teeming with life, offering various types of entertainment. Amateurs of good fun are attracted by cafés, pubs with karaoke ,summer bars, restaurants and discos. The fun fair offers a lot off forms of entertainment for children.
Krynica Morska is attractive due to the beauty of its beaches, where recreation on the amber-coloured, soft sand and specific climate of the air filled with iodine, the aroma of pine and spruce trees have a calming effect on the nervous and respiratory system. This makes recreation in this place efficient and harmonious.
Active tourists will not be bored. Apart from lying on the beach, Krynica Morska offers excellent possibilities for angling, mushroom picking especilly in september, You can hike or cycle along the penisula.
Close to our Guest House there is a tennis court and a Yaht club.
Zalew Wiślany(a bay) is a great place for water sports. 1km away from our pensin is surfing , windsurfing and kitesurfing school for children and adults. In winter they offer on the icy Zalew iceboats.
You can also enjoy travelling by a boat to Frombork-Copernicus city and Elbląg as well as cruises on the Zalew Wislany.
H I K I N G , C Y C L I N G
There is a National Park around Krynica Morska with a highest pik 49,5m-Wielbłądzi Garb with a beautiful view on Bałtyk and Zalew Wiślany.
Close to Krynica Morska, there is Stutthof Museum: Nazi camp of mass- extermination .
In Krynica Morska you must visit the lighthouse.
The Castle in Malbork
was built in Prussia by the Teutonic Order. The Order named it Mary's Castle-Marienburg. The town which grew around it was also named Marienburg. Since 1945, when it became part of the nation of Poland after World War II, it has been called Malbork.
The castle is a classic example of a medieval fortress, and on its completion in 1406 was the world’s largest Gothic castle. UNESCO designated the "Castle of the Teutonic Order in Malbork" and its museum as World Heritage Site in December 1997. It is one of two World Heritage Sites in the region with origins in the Teutonic Order. The other is the "Medieval Town of Torun", founded in 1231 as the site of the castle Toruń.
The Royal Route -a road that Polish kings coming into Gdansk drove on. Along this road zou will find Artus' Court, Neptune's Fountain, The Town Hall and other historic buildings.
A small MARIACKA STREET with St Mary's Church. A church which is the largest brick temple world-wide.
The Great Crane-
the biggest crane of medieval Europe.The seat of the excellent Marine Museum
Oliwa- a district of Gdansk with a cathedral with famous organs .
Westerplatte - it was here on September 1,1939 that World War II began .
Ferry Boat - Gdansk has a direct ferry line link with Karlskrona, Stockholm, and Helsinki.In transit season Gdansk's Ferring offers cruises on the Gdansk's Bay ,e.g to Hel, Gdynia or Sopot.
Elbląg Canal is a canal in Poland, in Warmian-Mazurian Voivodeship , 80.5 km in length, which runs southward from Lake Druzno to the river Drweca and lake Jeziorak. It can accommodate small vessels up to 50 tons displacement. The difference in water levels approaches 100 m, and is overcome using locks and a remarkable system of tracks between lakes.
Today it is used mainly for recreational purposes. It is considered one of the most significant monuments related to the history of technology and was listed by UNESCO as a memorial to world culture inheritances. In Poland it has recently been named one of Seven Wonders of Poland.
RThe inclines all consist of two parallel rail tracks with a gauge of 3.27m. Boats are carried on carriages which run on these rails. The inclines rise from the lower level of the canal to a summit and then down a second shorter incline to the upper canal level. The first part of the main incline and the short upper incline were both built at a gradient of 1:24. A carriage is lowered down the incline to counterbalance an upward moving carriage. Once the downward moving carriage has reached the summit and started down the main incline its weight helps pull up the upward moving carriage. This allowed the slope of the incline for this section to be built at a higher gradient of 1:12.