Updated: Oct 13
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Here are TOP 10 attractions in Jastrzębia Góra in Poland!
If you want to feel like you are in tropicals by the Polish seaside, the beach in Jastrzębia Góra will make your dream come true!
My impression when visiting the beach for the first time was - the Caribbean.
White sand and a wide beach like from a Dominican Republic advertising brochure.
The only things missing are palm trees and coconut shell drinks.
Over the years, a large part of the beach was taken away by the sea, so it was recently fixed.
You could say it's a hot spot and attracts people from all over Poland and beyond.
Rocky from the east and sandy from the west.
2. Jastrzębie Cliff
The 60-meter-high cliff turned out to be one of my favorite attractions during my stay in Jastrzębia Góra. Easy and pleasant access, and a nice path that leads along the cliff, providing a beautiful view of the beach and sea.
3. Wax Museum
I had the pleasure of visiting the Madame Tussauds wax museum on Hollywood Boulevard in Los Angeles and I need to admit that it is nothing like the museum in Jastrzębia Góra.
Polish seaside museum has VERY realistic figures compared to those in Hollywood, and ticket is not expensive.
4. House Of Whiskey
Something for Whiskey fans!
This is definitely a place created out of love for tradition. Whiskey enthusiasts from all over Poland come here.
This paradise captivates and steals the hearts of collectors, admirers and amateurs of our country and beyond.
5. Lisi Jar
What fascinated me the most was the microclimate surrounding the trails.
The inconspicuous gorge reaches a depth of up to 50 meters and is part of the Seaside Landscape Park.
According to Rozewska's legend, Count de Rosset built the first tourist shelter in Poland called "Nad Lisim Jarem" here, where Sigismund III Vasa himself stayed after his unsuccessful quest for the crown of Sweden.
6. The North Star
It is a stone, or more precisely, a monument created in 2000, pointing to the northernmost point in Poland with coordinates 54°50′08.8″N18°18′00.5″E.
7. Rozewie Lantern
It is the oldest building of this type on the Polish coast. Inside the lighthouse we can visit a museum full of collections of Polish lighthouses. We can also see a monument that was erected to commemorate the takeover of Pomerania by the Polish Army in 1920, as well as a bust of Stefan Żeromski and his memorabilia in the museum.
Why not go out for dinner or shopping in Władysławowo, which is only 8 kilometers away from Jastrzębia Góra?
The bike ride takes 20 minutes, the road is pleasant and interesting. A nice alternative for a cloudy day as a break from the beach, but also a walk on a warm day.
Beautiful Chałupy can also be seen during an approximately one-hour bicycle trip along a 16-kilometer route. I believe that being so close, it would be a pity to miss such an attraction as the fishing village from 1664.
We can spend the day there kayaking or just surfing.
The farthest attraction from the center of Jastrzębia Góra, but it is Hel after all!
40 kilometers, 40 minutes by car and we are in one of the most popular cities in Poland. Museums, a rope park, a promenade and the whole day is filled with attractions.
Let me know in the comment - Have you ever been in Jastrzębia Góra?