Leba Tourist Information
Leba Tourist Information
Leba Tourist Information

Large Sandy Beaches

Leba is a charming coastal town located in the Pomeranian Voivodeship of of Poland. Known for its beautiful beaches, stunning dunes and rich natural beauty, it is a popular destination for tourists looking to experience the natural beauty of Poland.

One of the main draws of Leba is its expansive beaches, which stretch for miles along the coast. Visitors can enjoy swimming, sunbathing, and a variety of water sports while taking in the stunning views of the Baltic sea. Leba is also home to the Leba Dunes, which are the largest coastal dunes in Poland, and a protected area of the Slowinski National Park, where visitors can hike and explore the natural beauty of the region.

Leba is also home to several excellent restaurants and cafes, where you can sample local seafood and enjoy traditional Polish cuisine. Visitors can also take a boat tour of the surrounding coastal waters, and see the seals and seabirds that call the area home.

For those interested in history, Leba also has a few monuments and museums to visit, such as the Leba Lighthouse, which is one of the oldest lighthouses in Poland and the Museum of Fishery, which showcases the history of the local fishing industry. Just a day-trip away from Leba are the three cities that make up Tri-City, Gdańsk, Gdynia and Sopot. The cities are situated adjacent to one another forming one of the most-visited tourist destinations in Poland.

The area is a well-known long-range rocket testing site, the German Rheinbote was tested here between 1941 and 1945 in addition to the infamous V-1 flying bomb. Between 1963 and 1973, rocket testing continued; however this time, the rockets were scientific and not weapons of war.

Around the Region

The province is well-known in Poland for its beaches, health resorts & spas; which attract tourists by the thousands each year. It also has many interesting historical sites such as the UNESCO-listed Castle of the Teutonic Order in Malbork, a marvel in red brick and the largest castle in the world measured by land area.

Originally a fortress named Marienburg, the Teutonic Knights began this incredible construction in the 13th century and the structure took shape in various stages. Initially, the construction consisted of a formidable central bastion called the High Castle. The Middle Castle and Lower Castle followed and finally, the complex was encircled by three rings of defensive walls strengthened with towers and dungeons.

In total, one third of Pomerania is occupied by green areas, which attracts tourists from all over Europe who can enjoy a number of outdoor activities in the region such as cycling, hiking, angling, canoeing and birdwatching to name a few.

Away from the beaches and miracles in red brick, you’ll discover Kashubia, a region that is steeped in tradition and even has its own language. Since 2005 Kashubian enjoys legal protection in Poland as an official regional language. It is the only tongue in Poland with this status.

Whether you’re looking for a relaxing beach vacation or an adventure in nature, Leba has something for everyone. So come and experience the beauty and charm of this unique coastal town.

Leba Tourist Information
Leba Tourist Information

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