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Darłowo is a town with over 700 years of tradition. The town can boast of not only a medieval pedigree but also an honorable name of the Royal City.

It was in Darłowo in 1382 that Erik the Pomeranian, later king of Denmark, Sweden and Norway, was born. Darłowo and the Darłówko bathing resort is a place enjoying recognition among tourists and holidaymakers. Over 5 km of wide beaches makes the city an ideal place to relax not only in the summer, but every day of the year.

The Wieprza River divides the beach into two parts, commonly known as Eastern and Western Darłówko.

To those who appreciate peace and quiet on the beach, without the cramp and bustle, we recommend the beach to the east. It stretches all the way to Lake Kopań and it's best to go on a bike. In shallow pools, the water heats up quickly and is a few degrees warmer than in the open sea. What is the perfect place for families with children and those who value sun bathing.

200 years ago, on the eastern side of the port, one of the oldest sea bathing resorts was founded - Darłówko. A seaside resort and a thriving seaport, with a modern marina, dozens of ships and fishing boats, as well as the only Aquapark in Poland with salt Baltic water.

One of the many attractions of Darłowo is the Aquapark Balticlandia located in Eastern Darłówko in the resort of the Holiday Resort Jantar. It guarantees a lot of attractions for adults and children, and provides an excellent way for active rest and relaxation for the whole family.

Walking around Darłowo, it is worth stopping at many interesting monuments:

  • St. Mary's Church with a 60-meter tower, where the Pomeranian Mausoleum is located.
  • In the city center on Plac Kościuszki there is a Fisherman's Monument.
  • The Town Hall with the preserved Renaissance portal above the entrance door.
  • On the city market, the Gallery of Baltic Sea Fish attracts attention.
  • Through the center of Darłowo runs the Warsaw Insurgents' Street, which is 450 m long. On one of its ends the Church of Saint George is located, the second is crowned with the Stone Gate.
  • The unique pearl of Darłowo is the Pomeranian Dukes' Castle, where King Eryk the Pomeranian was born and ruled.
  • The only seaside gothic castle in Poland built on a plan similar to a square with a 24-meter high tower. Currently, the castle has a Museum.

Darłowo is considered to be an all-year angling capital of Poland, due to the nearby fishery rich in fish, especially cod. Every day, several dozen fishing boats are sent from the port for angling of sea fish. Each angler will easily find a place on the board of one of the many local fishing boats,
or fast motor boats.

Fishing enthusiasts can also follow the port boulevard on the Wieprza river, flowing through Darłowo and Darłówko in the so-called "the breakwater heads". You can also fish on the beach. Angling from the shore is allowed. Darłowo and its surroundings are popular not only among sea anglers. Both local rivers, Wieprza and Grabowa, are full of sea trout, salmon, trout and grayling.

Port of Darlowo is located on the route of the West Pomeranian Sailing Route. Every year, regattas are organized here, accompanied by picnics and feasts. Modern Marina is located by the eastern waterfront. It has 70 parking spaces with access to electricity and water for yachts from 6 to 17 m in length. In the modern building, there is also the seat of the Darłowo Maritime Port Board and social facilities for sailors with access to the Internet and television. High quality yacht repair services are provided by the "Darłowo Shipyard" located in the port.

From the marina at the sliding bridge in Eastern Darłówko, you can take cruises on tourist boats. Cruises in the summer seasons are held regularly every 0.5 hours. There are smaller and quite large units available, which will allow for a sea expeditions in a larger group.

For fans of high speed, we recommend a trip by speedboat, which can be found next to the Harbor Master's Office.

From the Port you can also get to the Danish island of Bornholm 55 miles away from Darłowo. The island is an ideal place for cyclists, with a whole network of bicycle paths. Bornholm is famous for its harmonious combination of nature and culture and an impressive number of monuments. You can get to the island using the services of Kołobrzeg Passenger Shipping -  shipowner of catamaran Jantar.

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