Camping Baltic Sea

Campsites by the Baltic Sea are a great idea for a holiday for everyone who wants to combine relaxation on the beach with the possibility of spending time actively and visiting historically and culturally attractive places. The Baltic Sea – with its unique climate, the most beautiful sunsets and stunning nature – is a perfect place for camping. Thousands of campers find out about it every year!

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Camping by the Baltic Sea – discover the true beauty of the Baltic Sea

Remember the feeling that fills you when you see our sea for the first time after a long break. First you have to go through the forest. The air is filled with the unique scent of pine trees, and the path beneath your feet becomes more and more sandy with each step you take. Finally, you take off your shoes and sink into the pleasantly cool sand. And then you go to the beach, take in the vastness of the sea with your eyes, take a deep breath and... you smile involuntarily.

You smile because The Baltic Sea has something absolutely magical. Especially the wild one, less crowded, still undiscovered. Its beauty is a combination of stunning nature and the climate of fishing towns, colored by childhood snapshots. In addition, wide beaches with golden sand, a sea sparkling with all shades of navy blue, a forest that smells like summer, all these places witnessing a centuries-old, colorful history... You can definitely spend the vacation of your life here.

Campsites by the Baltic Sea allow you to get closer to the most authentic face of the Baltic Sea. Many of them are located some distance from the center of tourist towns, in a quiet, intimate place, right next to the beach – as close as that the sound of the sea lulls you to sleep. Thanks to this, campers can take a break from the holiday hustle and bustle and enjoy rest in the immediate vicinity of nature.

At the same time, every tourist destination on the coast offers many ways to spend time, so a vacation doesn't have to mean just lying on the beach. Campsites by the Baltic Sea are located in such a way that after a short walk you can reach the center – and all the attractions that children especially love.

Campsites on the Baltic Sea – which direction to choose?

The Polish Coast is over 500 kilometers long. Which corner of it to go on vacation? Regardless of which direction you and your family or friends choose, you will have the opportunity to sunbathe on wide beaches, some of the most beautiful in the world – because the strip of golden sand stretches from Świnoujście in the west to Krynica Morska in the east. So choose a place depending on what attractions you plan to use during your vacation. Below we present the most popular towns where campsites on the Baltic Sea are located.

In the West Pomeranian Voivodeship, campsites on the Baltic coast in Dziwnów are very popular. Dziwnów is a small town, but it is famous for several very characteristic places: a charming promenade running along the ridge of dunes, a steel drawbridge leading to the island of Wolin or the famous Avenue of Sports Stars. You can also find campsites by the Baltic Sea in this part of Poland in Dźwirzyno, located between Mrzeżyno and Kołobrzeg. It is a small, peaceful health resort with a seaport and many kilometers of walking, running and cycling paths. And if you would like to spend long summer evenings on the dance floor, we recommend Polish Ibiza, or Mielno: a colorful summer resort, especially popular among young tourists, which never sleeps. Campsites by the Baltic Sea in its western and central part can also be found in Kołobrzeg, Ustronie Morskie, Świnoujście, Darłówko and Łazy.

Campsites by the Polish seaside in the Pomeranian Voivodeship are located, among others, in Sopot. This is a place that needs no introduction. Sopot is a large holiday resort where absolutely everyone will find something for themselves – not only Polish, but also foreign tourists willingly visit it. You can also find nice campsites on the Baltic Sea in the neighboring Gdańsk.

Another popular location for camping on the Baltic Sea is Łeba. Łeba has access not only to the sea, but also to two lakes: Łebsko and Sarbsko, and a unique natural attraction: the shifting dunes, which are located in the Słowiński National Park. The dunes ""move"" eastwards at a speed of several meters per year. Campers also like to visit Władysławowo with its beautiful and wide promenade and attractive bathing areas, or Jastarnia, famous for its beaches with exceptionally soft sand and numerous windsurfing schools. Chałupy is also a popular place among campers. Tourists looking for peace and quiet as a holiday destination should choose campsites by the Polish seaside in Chłapowo.

Campsites by the Baltic Sea – standard and attractions

Campings by the Polish seaside offer various forms of accommodation: pitches for tents, caravans or motorhomes, as well as cottages for rent. Therefore, every camper will find a place ideally suited to their needs and requirements.

The campsites on the Baltic Sea also provide a high standard. The sanitary and hygienic facilities are well maintained – they offer access to toilets, showers, places for washing and drying clothes. Some centers also provide camper service, for example: points for emptying gray water in motorhomes. In the CampRest search engine, you will also find campsites with a swimming pool on the Baltic Sea – a great alternative to swimming in the sea, especially for children.

When planning holidays at a campsite by the sea in Poland, tourists can choose between small, intimate campsites and extensive centers offering a wide range of sports and recreation. In such places you will find everything you need to spend time in an interesting and comfortable way: grocery stores, restaurants, water equipment rentals, playgrounds, football and volleyball courts.

Activities for campers by the Baltic Sea

You can spend time on the Baltic Sea not only on the beach (although it is extremely pleasant, due to the soft sand and refreshing sea breeze!). Water sports are very popular: at campsites on the Baltic Sea, you can rent windsurfing or kitesurfing equipment to try your hand at the waves. The favorite place of surfers is especially the Hel Peninsula and the Puck Bay. On the coast, you can also enjoy sailing or SUP swimming, which has recently become extremely popular.

During their holidays at a campsite by the Polish seaside, lovers of activities on land will also find something for themselves. In many tourist towns, there are beach volleyball courts on the beaches – there are so many people willing to play that you can easily assemble a team (and make new friends at the same time). The Polish coast is also covered with a dense network of walking, running and cycling paths, where you can safely indulge in your favorite activity.

And for children? It is known that the weather on the Baltic Sea can be capricious, so it is worth planning attractions for rainy or cooler days. You can go, for example, to the aquapark in Reda, Sopot or Kołobrzeg. Small tourists also like to visit the seal center in Hel or Łeba, the Gdynia Aquarium and the Ocean Park in Władysławowo – all these places give the opportunity to observe the life of sea creatures from a close distance. Time with children can be spent in museums, for example visiting the ORP ""Blyskawica"" warship moored in the port of Gdynia, the Amber Museum in Jarosławiec and Gdańsk, or the Maritime Open-Air Museum in Kołobrzeg presenting historic ships. The little ones will also be delighted with the playrooms or the trampoline and rope parks.

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