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One of the most beautiful
and popular seaside resorts in Poland
and coastal area
One of the most beautiful
and popular seaside resorts in Poland
and coastal area


Port city with an interesting history


Kolobrzeg is one of the most beautiful and oldest cities in Western Pomerania.
Exactly in 1000, King Boleslaw the Brave founded a bishopric – from that time began a period of splendor and development of the resort.

Perfectly preserved monuments are remnants of historical events.
But Kolobrzeg is primarily a well-known spa. Thanks to its unique microclimate rich in iodine, vast deposits of mud and brine, and the magnificent seaside location, this is the perfect place for all those who want a healthy rest.

Agnieszka Rylik

European Champion and multiple world champion
in professional boxing and kick-boxing recommends ….

Bicycle road R-10

From Kołobrzeg to Ustronie Morskie (12 km)

Bike trail from Kołobrzeg goes East crossing the seaside Ekopark East (Salt Marsh). The route will delight not only nature lovers. It is difficult not to be charmed by the riches of nature. Numerous swamps remind of the virginity of this large forest complex. Next, the path runs beautifully on the sea up to the Kołobrzeski Forest.


From Kołobrzeg to Dźwirzyno (15 km)

The route begins in the historic National Unity park in the Western part of the town of Kołobrzeg. The bike path runs along the picturesque forests along the Baltic Sea coastline to the village of Dźwirzyno. It leads through the former military grounds, away from the hustle and bustle of the town, so you can fully enjoy the ride.



ul. Morska 1, Kołobrzeg

Standing at the entrance to the harbor, the lighthouse was first lit in 1666. Repeatedly rebuilt, the tower currently is 26 m tall, and its light can be seen from almost 30 km. The lighthouse is open to visitors – you can see not only the Baltic Sea, but also the beautiful panorama of Kolobrzeg from the top.

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Cathedral Basilica
ul. Mariacka 5
Gothic Cathedral Basilica (Collegiate) of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Kolobrzeg stands in the heart of the Old Town. Ruined during the war, it was rebuilt shortly afterwards. The interiors of the temple are decorated with artworks. One of the oldest and most valuable exhibits of the temple is a 4-foot, seven-branched candlestick cast in bronze from 1327.

Fuse Tower
ul. Dubois 20
Fuse Tower in Kolobrzeg (commonly called Gunpowder Tower), is the only fully preserved medieval tower in Kolobrzeg. The first mention of it comes from the 14th century. Once it used to constitute an integral part of the defense system of the city, being part of the gothic city walls. The monument survived the turbulent period of the 17th and the 18th centuries, the destruction of the Kolobrzeg Fortress in the 19th century, and heavy fighting for the city during World War II.

Water Tower
ul. Budowlana 4 A
Brick building in neo-Gothic style in created in 1885, simultaneously with the new waterworks, first built in the Middle Ages. The water was pumped from the river Parsęta to a huge tank on top of the tower, and from there distributed to residential buildings. During the siege of Kolobrzeg in March 1945, when the pump stopped working, the tank supplied the residents with drinking water. The building survived the war and was re-launched in the 70s of the 20th century.

Kołobrzeg Pier
John Szymańskiego boulevard
The first pier in Kolobrzeg was created in 1881. However, the wooden, 100-meter T-shaped structure was completely destroyed during World War II. It was rebuilt in 1971 – when a haven for small cruise ships was also created. Currently, the pier is 220 m long and 9 m wide, and the walking bridge is located at a height of about 4.5 meters above the sea level. After dark, the pier glistens with all the colors of the rainbow.

City Hall
ul. Armii Krajowej 12
The fisrt Kołobrzeg town hall was set up in the market in 1380. He was a real Hanza architecture masterpiece and the joy of citizens until the early 19th century. Then, as a result of the city siege it was mostly destroyed. On its ruins, in the 30s of the 19th century, a new one was built. Neo-Gothic structure was designed by Karl Friedrich Schinkel.

Post Office
corner of ul. Armii Krajowej
and ul. Dworcowej
The neo-Gothic post office was established in 1884. After the devastation of World War II, it was among the 5% of the surviving buildings in Kolobrzeg. Its most interesting architectural details are dwarfs placed on the cornices; according to the local legend they are a good charm. When passing by, it is worthwhile to look up and find 10 little people.

Globe Fountain
ul. Armii Krajowej
All you need is just one finger to move the Earth and turn the Granite globe (weighing more than a tonne!) placed on the water bearing. The fountain is located in front of the town hall and is one of the favorite meeting places of Kołobrzeg citizens. Touching it is supposed to bring good luck.

Concert Place
ul. Armii Krajowej
The Concert Place, surrounded by a beautiful park, is a popular meeting place. Many concerts and performances of local folk and cabaret group are held here .

ul. Fredry 1
The amphitheatre is also called the Wolf Fort. Designed to protect the Kolobrzeg port, it was rebuilt in 1925. During World War II, in 1945, it was the defensive point of the city. Currently, the Amphitheatre hosts major outdoor concerts as well as one of Poland’s most popular electronic music festivals – Sunrise Festival.

cruises on the Baltic Sea
The port area has all the salty taste of the sea. The Eastern shore of the mouth of the Parsęta is a commercial harbour and passenger marina, the Western one – a fishing harbour and a military harbour. The marina is located on the Salt Island. The port operates transshipment quays, two shipyards, Local Fish First Sale Centre. Kolobrzeg is the home of a Maritime Search and Rescue shore station and sea border crossing

Poland’s marriage to
the sea monument
Jan Szymańskiego boulevard
The monument, located next to the walkway, was designed by Viktor Tołkin. It commemorates the marriage to the sea of the Polish Army soldiers of 18 March 1945. Legend has it that it is enough to walk past the monument holding your breath for your dream to come true.

The oldest
iron bridge
corner of ul. Łopuskiego and ul. Rzeczną i Frankowskiego
It is the only bridge in Kolobrzeg, which survived the two world wars. Metal railings are adorned on both sides by anchors with the

Wild West
ul. Szczecińska 66
“Wild West” is an amusement park located in Zieleniewo just off Kołobrzeg. Here, you can meet real cowboys, visit a saloon and taste the favorite dishes of gold prospectors, see a western show, bank robbery and stunt shows. There is an Indian village and a real Indian wigwam in the park and “redskins” dressed in a traditional way take care of guests’ good entertainment.

al. I Armii Wojska Polskiego 6 C
The Kołobrzeg oceanarium holds a true festival of fish in all possible colours and sizes. Blowfish, moray eels, stingrays, anemones, arowanas, tropheus, piranhas, beautiful lionfish, sharks and many other stunning creatures invite to the underwater world.

Ropes Course
ul. Solna 1
There are 8 routes of different length in the ropes course. They offer various difficulty level and number of obstacles. In total, all the routes are nearly 1,500 meters of excellent fun with 115 obstacles. The course is open from 1 May to 30 October.

Warcisław Oak
Ustronie Morskie
Las Kołobrzeski
The sessile oak growing in the Kołobrzeski Forest is 640 years and is the 4th oldest oak in Poland. Until recently, the 800-year-old oak Bolesław was growing in vicinity, but in June 2016, it was knocked down by a storm. Warcisław is as dignified as Bolesław used to be – it is 37 meters high and has 720 cm in circumference. Its patron is Prince Warcisław III, thanks to whom Kołobrzeg received city rights in 1225.

Zdrojowy Park
Portowa 14
The largest Kołobrzeg park is located in the spa zone. It was founded in the XIX century and covers the area of 31 hectares. Avenues lined with poplars, mountain ashes and sycamores encourage to rest in the nature. The Eastern part of the park is covered old trees (oak, hornbeams, ashes, fir trees, acacias) and rare tree species.

Hortulus Gardens
Hornbeam Labyrinth
Near Koszalin, in Dobrzyca, there are the Hortulus Spectabilis Gardens, where you can admire the world’s largest hornbeam labyrinth. The length of the tracks is more than 3 km and is waiting for adventurers who want to find the way to the exit. There is also a lookout tower in the gardens, From the tower you can not only admire the panorama, but also provide guidance lost in the maze.

of Contemporary Art
ul. Armii Krajowej 12
The gallery was founded in 1988. It housed exhibitions of works of outstanding Polish and foreign artists like Hasior, Zdzisław Beksiński, Martha Anto, Józef Szajna or Antoni Fałat. The gallery, apart from exhibitions and soirees, also runs educational activities and lessons for children and the youth.

of Polish Arms
ul. Budowlana 4 A
The museum was founded in 1963 and is the richest collection in Poland of weapons, equipment and uniforms of Polish soldiers from World War I and II. It also houses a unique collection of paramilitary groups’ uniforms. The permanent exhibition “History of Polish Arms” is a chronological, rich collection showing the history of the Polish military from the Middle Ages to the present day. The exhibition is complemented by a fascinating open-air exhibition bringing together 70 heavy military vehicles, artillery and aircrafts.

ul. ppor. Edmunda Łopuskiego 24
The intimate atmosphere of this intimate and ambitious cinema allows you to indulge yourself in the magic of the moovies displayed and completely immerse yourself in the world of the film. The cinema offers Polish and foreign premieres.

Culture Center
ul. Solna 1
This is the organizer of cultural and social life in Kołobrzeg. It is where groups and teams to do with music, theater, declamation, arts and dance work. All meetings are led by qualified instructors.

Military Attractions
Base Bastion
ul. Koszalińska
A unique place where you can buy everything related to the army and the military – from the original uniform buttons, collector weapon models even to a tank! In addition to shopping, it is also an attraction, where you can go for a ride in a battle car.

Marine Hotel*****
ul. Sułkowskiego 9, Kołobrzeg
A place designed for those who love coffee and sweets as well as picturesque sunsets and endless sea. Located on the top floor of the Marine Hotel *****.

The Marini Café offers atmosphere of seaside carelessness filled with the sea breeze. In the summer the café terrace turns into a well known Kolobrzeg social place. The cafe serves sweets prepared in the hotel’s pastry with whipped cream and fruit sauces.

Marine Hotel*****
ul. Sułkowskiego 9, Kołobrzeg
Chamber Lobster Restaurant is located in the heart of the hotel, located just off the seaside promenade. We tend to remember unique moments through our senses, this is what our Chef – Wieslaw Ogrodowski – concentrates on creating a copyright menu.

The menu seduces guests with a combination of sophisticated flavors conjured with seasonal and healthy products and fish, which are the basis of modern kitchen. The Lobster Restaurant is specifically recommended to everyone looking for unforgettable culinary experiences

Sand Hotel****
ul. Zdrojowa 3
Housed in Kolobrzeg Sand Hotel **** Sand{acz} Restaurant is the only one in the region singled out in Gault & Millau twice.

The restaurant should be visited by all exceptional culinary connoisseurs, who are able to appreciate the subtle art of combined flavors. The menu is made of fancy dishes that combine the flavors of Polish and Mediterranean cuisine by Chef – Wojciech Kempa. The Chef’s piece de resistance is a spectacular pike-perch with roasted tomatoes and white asparagus, warmly recommended by the Chef himself.

Boulevard Ustronie Morskie
ul. Tadeusza Kościuszki 3 M-N
Dishes served in the Octopus Restaurant are worth a cycling trip to the nearby Ustronie Morskie. It is a perfect place those who want to experience a culinary adventure far away from the hustle and bustle, where dishes are served to a subtle accompaniment of the waves. Boulevard Burger prepared with fresh, chopped beef with a secret sauce of the Chef – Andrzej Hyndy beats records of popularity among gourmets! You can spend unforgettable and long moments here enjoying the stunning views of the sea with a glass of wine in hand …

Marine Hotel*****
ul. Sułkowskiego 9, Kołobrzeg
The centre of Kolobrzeg’s nightlife is the music club Maringo! often hosting the best DJs, where up to 400 people can enjoy themselves till dawn. A paradise for experienced connoisseurs of cocktails and bartending. Here you can also try your hand at bowling.

Sand Hotel****
ul. Sułkowskiego 9, Kołobrzeg
Here you can dance all night to the music of the best Polish and foreign bands. Perfectly complementing the fun are colorful cocktails served at the bar. They also will make sporting emotions event better – you can watch live broadcasts of the most important matches and competitions in Sand Klub.