Polish Pomerania is not only home to magnificent architecture and exquisite traditional cuisine and culture, but also to a booming Baltic seaside. Pomerania is located to the south of the Baltic Sea and is separated between Germany and Poland. Outside its main city centers, Pomerania is mostly farmland with a peppering of small towns, forests and lakes. Its agricultural efforts mainly consist of forestry, fishery, livestock and the cultivation of potatoes, sugar beets and cereals. The area’s tourism has grown to be an important part of its economy, most notably its seaside resorts.
Suitable destination for family holidays - Pomerania
Poland’s 700-kilometre strip of coastline makes for a unique seaside getaway. The water here may not be as warm as in Mallorca, but pleasantly refreshing and fosters a warm family atmosphere. Here there are many Pomerania apartments dotted among spas and hotels. As far as accommodation goes, there are many luxurious resorts along the coast as well as chalets and holiday homes. Pomerania seaside is a unique getaway with the best months to visit being July and August.If mountains and snow is more your idea of a holiday getaway, Pomerania provides idyllic white slopes and pristine mountain vistas. Skiing accommodation can be had in many different forms from ski chalets nestled within tight copses of trees to old rustic farmhouses bathed in early morning sun. Pomerania apartments and lodges are as plentiful as holiday homes. Pomerania skiing holidays provide for every taste and budget.
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Don't miss to visit Gdansk - During your Holidays in Pomerania
An interesting city to visit in Pomerania is its capital, Gdańsk, or Danzig under its German name. Because of its august architecture, this city is considered the most picturesque city on the Baltic Sea. The city of Gdańsk was almost completely destroyed in World War II. At the end of the war its stately buildings were arduously rebuilt and resorted to their present gory. Some interesting places to visit include the Amber Museum, which showcases the history of Baltic gold and Saint Mary’s Church, which is believed to be the largest brick church of its kind in the world.The city of Gdynia is awash with charming traditional Polish restaurants and naval museums and sights. Gdynia also has an enormous harbour, a sandy beach and is home to some of the biggest aquariums in Europe. The city also provides many self-catering Pomerania apartments, hotels, chalets as well as holiday homes Pomerania.
From majestic snow capped mountaintops and stunning forests to sandy beaches and magnificent architecture, Pomerania is as rich in culture and history as it is in delights for the adventurous tourist. If you haven't ever been in Poland before and preferred destinations like holiday villages Istria or holiday rentals Mallorca, you should try out, if these kind of holidays is the right way for you.