Faced with the haughty nobility of its neighbor Gdańsk, the cute seaside resort of Sopot has opted for the Slavic magic of a city unchanged since the nineteenth century. Quite justifiably nicknamed the "Deauville of Poland," this upmarket resort is a gateway to the beauty of the Baltic Sea.
Any stay in Poland without stopping off on these coastlines of such natural splendor would always feel like unfinished business. With a helping-hand from a very Mediterranean feel, the beauty of its beaches will take your breath away, providing its visitors with a touch of paradise. A real jewel in the crown of this exceptional Polish location located east of Pomerania, Sopot bedazzles travelers with all its attractions.
The first of these, Sopot Beach, can be enjoyed with your feet buried in the sand or breathing in the scents of old, on the huge wooden pier. Invigorating and restorative, this beach is a haven of peace, rich in elegance and leisure possibilities.
Sopot's other draw is undoubtedly its history. Without appearing to, this small town has an unusual architectural heritage. Many of the monuments embody this grandeur, but it is undoubtedly the church of St. George which truly extols its prestigious inheritance. Behind this cut stone facade, its glowing steeple and its stirring chancel, the most beautiful echoes of time emanate from a stroll around Sopot.
Meaning "source", this beautiful Polish place stays true to its spa origins with the sumptuous Kurhaus and its neo-Gothic charms, true to the nineteenth century. For 200 years, this prestigious establishment has been lavishing comfort and serenity on all its spa visitors, echoing the gentle vibe that can be discovered in the town.