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Władysławowo

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Władysławowo [1] is a city in Pomorskie in Poland at the beginning of the Hel Peninsula. In the early 17th century the Polish king Władysław IV built the Polish Navy in Władysławowo.

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  • The international Lech Walesa airport in Gdańsk [2] or the international Szczecin-Goleniow airport [3].

By car[edit]

From Gdańsk or Szczecin by the route E28 to Reda and than just north to the coast.

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  • Family Inn Pensjonat Anna Dettlaff‎, Brzozowa 21, 608-086-595‎
  • Pensjonat Wojciech [6] tel. 58 67 420 67, tel. 602 369 305; ul. Łąkowa 5
  • Władysławowo Noclegi nad morzem [7]

Get out[edit]

Gdansk Bay[edit]

  • Gdańsk with a beautiful old town and the biggest Gothic brick church worldwide.
  • Sopot with the longest European wooden pier.
  • Gdynia with the biggest Baltic port.
  • Puck

Vistula Bay[edit]

  • medieval town of Elbląg.
  • sea resort and medieval town of Frombork with the grave of Nicolaus Copernicus.
  • sea resort Kadyny

Kashubian Coast[edit]

On the Hel Peninsula[edit]

On the Vistula Peninsula[edit]



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