The Polish Baltic Coast, Cities

Sopot is a popular seaside resort at the Baltic Sea located between Gdańsk and Gdynia. Situated next to Sopot Pier, the longest wooden pier in Europe, is Sopot’s Grand Hotel, built in the 1920s. Rewal is a seaside resort in north-west Poland. It is a popular holiday destination with wide sandy beaches and a wooded steep coast. Niechorze is a neighbouring village east of Rewal. Built at the end of the 19th century, the lighthouse is one of its main attractions. Trzęsacz is a neighbouring village west of Rewal. The remnants of an exterior wall of the Church of St. Nicolas are located at the very brink of the steep coast, as erosion has taken away the ground between the sea and the church. Kołobrzeg is a spa in north-western Poland. Kołobrzeg’s Cathedral dates back to the fourteenth century.