7 non-obvious places in the Pomorskie Voivodeship that you must see

The Pomorskie Voivodeship is not only the sea and wide, sandy beaches, but also places that cannot be found on the first pages of guidebooks to the region. It is these amazing, mysterious and undiscovered places that give the region a unique character, so we invite you on a journey through 7 amazing places in Pomorskie that everyone should visit.

Torpedo Depot in Babie Doly

A historical place, generally inaccessible to visitors because it is located on the water, with no access from land, but it can be visited from the water, e.g. from a motorboat or a boat. During World War II, the facility was a torpedo storage site and also a torpedo launcher. Currently, it is a relic of history that has become a very important part of the landscape of the Gdynia coast. Read more about the torpedo room in Gdynia.


Torpedownia, fot. Pomorskie Travel

Torpedownia, fot. Pomorskie Travel

Castle in Lapalice

The building, which resembles a castle, is an extraordinary place with a soul, but unfinished. Due to legal twists and turns, the investor has not completed the intended investment to this day, but his building has become one of the most interesting and noteworthy attractions in Pomorskie. Although entry to the site is prohibited, every year it attracts many people interested in the history of this place.

Zamek w Łapalicach, fot. Pomorskie.Travel

Zamek w Łapalicach, fot. Pomorskie.Travel

Blücher's bunkers

A complex of German bunkers from the 1930s, used during World War II, located in Ustka, near the western breakwater. Nowadays, the bunkers function as a museum and are used to promote the history of World War II. The exhibits include dioramas, uniforms and weapons from that period, as well as photos and films. In addition, the bunkers also have accompanying attractions, i.e. survival, field games, shooting ranges, military fair, reconstructions, trips and others. This is an interesting way to spend time and learn about history. Read more about Blücher’s Bunkers.

Ustka. Bunkry Bluchera, fot. Mateusz Ochocki/Pomorskie.Travel

Stone Circles

Archaeological works in the Pomorskie Voivodeship have shown that ancient Scandinavians from the Goth tribe once lived here and left a legacy in the form of stone circles. Stones are not the only remains of the local population, in addition to them there are burial mounds, a cemetery, and archaeological artifacts. These are unique places, and some even claim that they have unique power. Stone Circles are located in Odry, Wesiory and Tratkownica. Read more about Stone Circles in Odry and Stone Circles in Wesiory.

Read more about Stone Circles Odrach and Stone Circles in Węsiorach.


Stone Circles in Odry,, photo: Pomorskie Travel

Stone Circles in Odry,, photo: Pomorskie Travel

The Hel fortifications trail

The Hel Peninsula is a special place on the map of the region. These are not only beaches and vast seas and bays, but also bunkers and other fortifications from World War II. The fortification trail itself includes as many as eight routes leading through fortifications, towers, shelters and artillery positions.

The trail of Hel fortifications, photo: M.Ochocki / Pomorskie.Travel

The trail of Hel fortifications, photo: M.Ochocki / Pomorskie.Travel

Coastal Defense Museum, fot. M.Ochocki/Pomorskie.Travel

Zarnowiec Nuclear Power Plant

The remains of the construction of the power plant, which began in 1982, still fascinate visiting tourists. The walls, unfinished buildings, and the history of this place make it interesting and terrifying at the same time. The investment area and its scale made it one of the most important investments in the 1980s. After the Chernobyl disaster in 1986, construction was suspended and the facility is in ruins to this day. However, the power plant is one of the most important points of alternative tourism. Worth seeing in this area is the Kaszubskie Oko observation tower, from a height of 44 meters you can admire the panorama of Zarnowieckie Lake and the sea.

Niedokończona elektrownia jądrowa w Żarnowcu, źródło: Wikipedia.pl

A walk around the Gdansk Shipyard

An important place for every resident of Gdansk, it has become a symbol of free Poland, and the history of this place is even richer and longer, because it dates back to the XIXth century and the period of the German Empire. The owners of the former shipyard area made the land available to them has become a great attraction, and learning about the fate of people associated with the “Solidarity” movement is an integral element of promoting the history of this place. The shipyard area has been entered into the register of monuments, but it also aspires to be included on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

Spacer po Stoczni Cesarskiej, Fot. M.Michalska/Pomorskie.Travel

Stocznia Cesarska, fot. M.Michalska



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