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.
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.
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.
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 from the Baltic Sea are wide, with very fine and light sand. The 36-kilometer-long beach starts in Władysławowo and ends in Hel.
Early spring in port in Jastarnia - peace and quiet.
The famous village Chałupy is a favorite place for nudists, windsurfers and kitesurfers.
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