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Darłówko


Darłówko (German: Rügenwaldermünde) is a seaside neighborhood and a popular summertime resort in the town of Darłowo on the southern coast of the Baltic Sea in northern Poland. Famously, it is the site of a yearly gathering of old military vehicles, the largest of its kind in Europe, held at the end of Słowiańska street. Darłówko has two beaches, east and west, extending from either side of the Wieprza river mouth.

Its unquestionable walory of this area are: rivers, lakes, a beautiful sandy beach and clean wathers of the Baltic Sea.

Lighthouse

Located here is the least tall lighthouse (only 21 m) on the Polish seacoast. Its light can be seen 27.78 km out to sea. It is administered by the marine office in Słupsk.

Boat from/to Bornholm

During the summer (until 29 August) there is a connection by ship with Nexø on the Danish island of Bornholm. The catamaran "Jantar" features a bar and a restaurant. The 288-passenger ship caters mostly to the children from the summer camps nearby and from around the port of Ustka, which does not have a similar connection to Bornholm.

Water park Jan

"Park Wodny Jan" is a water park located at the end of Słowiańska street.

See also

References

  • Darłowo OFFICIAL website (Polish)
  • Darłówko's website (Polish)
  • Polish World Heritage Encyclopedia article about Darłowo (Polish)
  • Polish World Heritage Encyclopedia article about Darłówko (Polish)

External links

  • Darłówko's website (Polish)
  • The annual gathering old military vehicles webpage (Polish)

Coordinates: 54°26′N 16°23′E / 54.433°N 16.383°E / 54.433; 16.383

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