Coastal cities in Poland delight not only with really nice sand and wonderful views, but also with interesting entertainment. Thanks to this, you can spend your free time actively there and see numerous monuments and local attractions. Kolobrzeg is a perfect example of a place that is extremely popular, and still remains undiscovered. So get to know the highlights of this area and spend a pleasant time there – after all, you deserve it!

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What attractions of Kołobrzeg and the surrounding area are worth seeing?

We have prepared for you a list of places worth seeing while in Kolobrzeg or its vicinity. Attractions are tailored not only to families with children, but also to seniors or adults. Certainly everyone will find a place for themselves, where they can not only rest, but also spend their free time really nice. So take advantage of our inspiration and have fun.


The Polish coast is full of really picturesque lighthouses – no wonder that many people travel in their footsteps. If you are interested in such buildings, be sure to visit the lighthouse located in Kolobrzeg. Its history dates back to 1666 and although it was destroyed during World War II, it was rebuilt very quickly. Thanks to this, you can still look at this magnificent structure – after all, it is up to 26 meters. Be sure to climb to the top and soak up the wonderful views – it will definitely be a wonderful attraction. Kolobrzeg and the surroundings of this town gain even more charm when you look at them from this perspective.


When visiting a coastal town, you definitely want to spend some time close to the Baltic Sea. So be sure to take a walk around the seaport, which is divided into five basins, which makes the area truly varied. After all, you only need a short walk and you will see moored yachts, cruise ships and fishing boats. We guarantee that such views will put a smile on your face, and you will find a great place to take interesting photos. Being in the area, be sure to also try the fish, preferably cod – after all, it is in the Kolobrzeg port that the largest catch of cod in Poland is recorded.

Pier in Kołobrzeg

Although the Kolobrzeg pier is not as spectacular as the one in Sopot, it still delights with its charm. The history of this place dates back to 1881, but just like the lighthouse, the pier was completely destroyed during World War II. Currently, the pier is notable for its size – it is 220 meters long and 9 meters wide. Such a magnificent structure means that even during the peak season you will easily find a place for a free walk. Thanks to this, you can enjoy beautiful views and soak up this unique seaside air. Also note that this Kolobrzeg attraction is very modern – in the evening you can watch unique light illuminations. Such a show will surely enrich your stay in this city.


Cathedral from the 14th century

Kolobrzeg delights not only with typical seaside attractions, but also numerous monuments, which additionally enrich this space and encourage visitors to visit it. So be sure to make some time to see the stunning 14th-century Gothic cathedral. Although the warfare left its mark on this building, you can still find many unique monuments there.

Among the most important are:

  • a seven-branched candlestick from 1327,
  • baptismal font from 1355,
  • three wooden altars from the 15th and 16th centuries,
  • bas-relief “The Last Supper”,
  • lots of great pictures and crucifixes.

Also note that the Kolobrzeg cathedral is an interesting attraction not only because of the numerous monuments, but also a vantage point. After all, all you need to do is go to the church tower and you will see Kolobrzeg from a completely different perspective.

City of Mice

Another attraction of Kolobrzeg will especially delight families with children. The City of Mice is a truly unique place that resembles a mouse hole – the floors are covered with grass and the corridors are covered with fluorescent tubes. Thanks to this, there is a really intriguing atmosphere inside, which will effectively interest the little ones, although you will certainly not complain about boredom. You’ll also see over 500 mice here, and the entire museum will show you just how intelligent these creatures are. We guarantee that after such a trip, every child will want to adopt their own mouse.

Hortulus Theme Gardens in Dobrzyca

Kolobrzeg is a really interesting place, but when visiting this area, you don’t have to limit yourself only to local attractions. After all, you will find other places around that have a lot to offer. Pay particular attention to the Hortulus Thematic Gardens – there you will certainly relax perfectly, but also have a pleasant time. We guarantee that you will not be bored when visiting this place – after all, it has as many as 28 different gardens. Each of them has a different style, and among them you will find a Japanese, French, Mediterranean and Antonio Gaudi-inspired garden.

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