Hel Peninsula (Hel Peninsula) is a sandy peninsula with a length of 35 kilometers and widths from 100 m to 3 km in the vicinity of the city of Hel. The peninsula was formed in the 17th century as a result of the merger of several islands. There are several towns and villages on the peninsula: Chałupy, Kuźnica, Jastarnia, Jurata and Hel. This quiet piece of land turns into the summer capital of Poland in the summer.
Scenic flights on the Hel Peninsula
It is worth seeing the Hel Peninsula from above. I recommend sightseeing flights by plane from the Jastarnia airport. The price of the flight depends on the number of people (maximum 3 people) is between 140 - 400 PLN / person.
Bay of Puck
Calm waters of the Puck Bay near Chałupy. Despite the wind, there are often no waves at sea. The Hel Peninsula is a natural breakwater.
Hel in the off season
Evening sunlight softly illuminates the port and buildings in the city. If you do not like crowds but you want to visit this interesting place, I recommend Hel outside the season. See Hel - tourist attractions.
Beaches on the Hel Peninsula
Beaches on the Hel Peninsula from the Baltic Sea are wide, with very fine and light sand. The 36-kilometer-long beach starts in Władysławowo and ends in Hel.
Spring in Chałupy
The famous village Chałupy is a favorite place for nudists, windsurfers and kitesurfers.
Marina in Kuźnica
A calm spring evening in Kuźnica. There are no tourists in the village and very few yachts and sailing boats in the off-season. The resort is waiting for summer invasion of tourists.
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