The coastline of Kolobrzeg brings the Baltic Sea to life. The gentle waves come into the shore, with a backdrop of the city’s historic lighthouse, to create a unique and wonderful experience. On a sunny day, there isn’t a better place to be.
Kolobrzeg offers ferry connections to Bornholm and is filled with landmarks to see if you prefer to stick around town.
If you love to cycle, then the European Route of Brick Gothic is available to access in Kolobrzeg. It extends to Podczele and one day may encircle the entire Baltic Sea. Just 4 kilometers from the city, you can also visit the oldest oak in Poland, believed to be over 800 years old.
Kolobrzeg is also a regional cultural center, so there are numerous festivals and events that are held throughout the summer. Concerts are common, while folklore and film festivals are also popular.
If you love to tour a good museum, then the Museum of Polish Weapon provides an interesting collection of military artifacts that go back to the Middle Ages. A patrol ship is moored at the local port and is a floating museum of interest as well.
The Millennium Memorial is an often-visited landmark in the city, dedicated to 1,000 years of religion in the region. Built by Wiktor Szostalo and created out of welded stainless steel, it is installed by the basilica in the city center.
Kolobrzeg is a unique opportunity to enjoy the benefits of a coastal resort while having plenty of space to call your own. It is the perfect opportunity to find some peace and relaxation.