The Northern Kaszuby. The sea side in the Kashubian version.

From Hel through Wladyslawowo till Bialogora. From Puck through Wejherowo till Sierakowice. The Northern Kaszuby along with the Landscape Seaside Park, it is a region which has a lot to offer. Opened to the Baltic Sea, friendly with Gdansk Bay, full of seaside landscapes and green hill. The Northern Kaszuby is one of the most popular touristic destination in Poland. Each year there are thousands of tourists coming here.

There is no reason to be surprised. The access to the sea it is a great advantage of the Northern Kaszuby. The touristic, as well as historical, architectural and cultural advantage  too.

The Hel Peninsula

The Hel Peninsula is unique in a European scale. Surrounded by the Baltic Sea and the Baltic Bay in the narrowest point, between Chalupy and Kuznica it is only 150 m wide! It is 34 km long and is curved at the end, looking like a scythe, Hel Peninsula is  a very divisive area when nature is concerned. There are pine forests, sand dunes and headlands here. Ornithologists appreciate different bird species flying over the peninsula and the biologists investigate the porpoises and the seals in the area.

The Hel Peninsula, Fot:

Hel Peninsula is a currently is a tourist attraction for those who like sunbathing, water sports and cycling. Big hotel and gastronomy facilities invites the tourists, as well as the clean beaches of Jastarnia or Jurata, Wladyslawowo, Karwia or Jastrzebia Gora. We can also find old wooden fishermen huts there – who were leaving, heading to the sea at the dawn. The lighthouses were showing them the way. The most famous is the one in Rozewie and the most beautiful in Stilo, near Sasin. Despite the fact, the fisherman boats are now more modern, we can still see the old fishing boat, called “Pomeranka” in the Fishing Museum in Hel. We shall find boats all along the sea shore. Form Wladyslawowo through the charming Jastrzebia Gora, where You can see the cliff, Karwia, till Debki, Piasnica and Bialogora.

  Beach near to Choczewo, Fot: UG Choczewo

Visiting the Nothern Kashuby we cannot miss Puck. It is a charming small town with the market square and the pier, from which there is a wonderful view to the , so called “Little sea”, as Kashubians called the Baltic Bay. Close by there is a Pomeranian Cistercian Trail and many small villages with typical local architecture . Most of the houses are typical wooden black and white constructions. Near the roads there are small chapels and road crosses, passing them we should stop and cross oneself.

Wejherowo and around

When talking about the spiritual issues, it is also worth going to the sanctuary in Swarzewo and the calvary in Wejherowo. “The Kashubian Jerusalem”, this is how people call the third oldest calvary in Poland. This place is visited by thousands of people every year.

The Northern Kashuby, it is also Zarnowiec with the Benedictine Abbey. Historians stress, that is it this region where sisterhoods (along with the Norbertine, also  Benedictine), in medieval age times developed the tradition of kashubian embroidery. If You prefer legends You should visit Gniewino, with their big Stolems, the giants, who love Kashubian bread with lard.

 Calvary in Wejherowo Fot.

The Northern Kashuby, those are also castles and mansions situated deeper in the region. Visiting the are You should definitely stop at Krokowa Castle, where duke von Krockow lived, Palace in Ciekocinko, where along with the great restaurant You will also find a stud farm, Wieniawa Palace in Rekowo or a mansion in Salino.

The Northern Kashuby, called “Norda” is a region which fascinate not only during summer time. Kashubian people invite during the Fall or Winter time, when there are less tourists, the landscapes, looking the same but with a different shape and the Kashubian food a  bit heavier and more tasty. 

Discover attractions in the Northen Kashuby

When you visiting Kashuby, it's worth visiting the Tricity, historical Gdansk, modernist Gdynia and spa in Sopot.



   Władysławowo, commonly referred to as “Władek”, is one of the most popular holiday resorts by our sea. Located at the base of Hel Peninsula, it boasts exceptional recreational and landscape qualities. The variety of tourist attractions in Władysławowo leaves no place for boredom - that’s why the place gets very crowded during the holiday season.
The sea and well-developed tourist infrastructure are a tourist magnet for Władysławowo. The whole commune offers over 50 thousand accommodation places, which puts it in the forefront of the Pomeranian Voivodeship in this category. Sun and sea enthusiasts have numerous guarded seaside resorts at their disposal, stretched along 23 km of beaches. The beaches are wide and clean, with catering and sanitary services.

Among the greatest attractions here are the picturesque beaches, some of which are located at the base of steep cliffs, while others are covered with rocks. In terms of landscape and nature, the Ravine of Chłapowo (Wąwóz Chłapowski) is especially valuable, and constitutes a unique nature reserve and an exceptional viewpoint.

In the city centre, the main attraction is the tower of the Fisherman's Hut , overlooking the entire neighbourhood, visible from a distance of several kilometres. There is a vantage point at the top, and a butterfly museum is located on the lower level. Nearby, there is a fishing and yacht harbour, with a promenade along the pier. The harbour is accessible to tourists, who can look closely at the work in the harbour halls and warehouses. There are many colourful fishing boats and pieces of fishing equipment, which adds to the incredible harbour character of the place.

Among the places worth visiting is the Sports Stars Alley (Aleja Gwiazd Sportu), where the most famous Polish sportsmen have their own commemorative bronze stars. Nearby, there is the monumental church of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, erected in the 1960's. It is one of the most interesting examples of the Modernist architecture of those times. There is also a residence of the famous general Józef Haller, in which he lived in the 1920's, with a memorial exhibition room of the "Blue Army" (""Błękitnej Armii"). The general himself initiated the construction of the seaside resort, named Hallerowo, in honour of him.

Władysławowo is a resort with sporting traditions. For over 50 years, there has been the Cetniewo Olympic Preparation Centre, where our sportsmen improve their condition before their departure to important competitions. There is also an amusement park, one of the biggest such parks in Pomerania, located near the Fisherman's Hut. Within the administrative borders of Władysławowo, there are also popular recreational resorts, like Karwia, Jastrzębia Góra, Chłapowo, Rozewie and Chałupy.