Stogi Beach (Plaża na Stogach) is one of the cleanest and most beautiful beaches in the Tri-City Area (Trójmiasto) with modern sanitation facilities and rescue services. The swimming area is protected by lifeguards of the WOPR (Emergency Rescue Water Patrol) who patrol the beach both from the shore and by boats. In 2016 the Stogi swimming area received the award of the National Blue Flag Program (awarded for high standards for water quality, safety, environmental education and the provision of services).
The official website for swimming at Stogi is: www.plazastogi.pl
A great addition to your stay in our camping is a visit to the Old Town (Stare Miasto) of Gdansk, which includes the sites of the Royal Route (Droga Królewska), such as: the Long Street (ul. Długa), the Town Hall (Ratusz), Long Market (Długi Targ), Artus Court (Dwór Artusa) and the Neptune Fountain (fontanna Neptuna). You will also want to see the unique St. Mary's Street (Ulica Mariacka), the Long Embankment (Długie Pobrzeże), as well as the Medieval Crane (Żuraw) overlooking the Motława river.
The Old Town of Gdansk, in spite of suffering much damage during WWII, was completely restored after the war and lost none of its former charm. Tourists still find it to be a place with a warm, magical atmosphere. Two places you don't want to miss visiting are St. Bridget's (Brygida's) Church and the House of the Pelpin Abbots (Dom Opatów Pelplińskich).
An event you certainly wouldn't want to miss is St. Dominic's Fair (Jarmark Dominika?ski) which takes place each year in August and fills the streets of the Gdansk Old Town (Stare Miasto). It is one of the oldest trade fairs and cultural events in Europe dating from the Thirteenth Century.
For those that enjoy a taste of adventure we suggest taking one of the available ships for a Baltic cruise. You will have a journey full of excitement that will leave you with many positive memories. The whispers of the waves and the endless blue of the sky will leave you feeling like a seasoned sailor.
More info on website: www.zegluga.pl
The history of Oliwa Park goes back to the XV century, though its present design came about 300 years laters thanks to the initiative of Jan Rybiński. The entire grounds are a beautiful complex housing a palace and park in the very center of the city. The nearby zoo is a place well worth seeing and especially loved by children. This is one of the largest zoological gardens of this type in Poland. Within the 120 hectares it is possible to see animals from the entire world.
An additional attraction during your stay at our campground, is to take a hike or bike ride along the coast which leads to nearby WWII bunkers and fortifications (Gdański Szlak Fortyfikacji Nadmorskich). The trail stretches along the coast from Stogi to Górki Zachodnie and winds through forests which have the remains of old bunkers and fortifications from WWII.