Ustka tours and sightseeing
Ustka is a town in the Middle Pomerania region of north-western Poland with 17,100 inhabitants. It is also part of Slupsk County in Pomeranian Voivodeship since 1999, and was previously in Slupsk Voivodeship. Ustka is a town at the mouth of the Slupia River flowing into the Baltic Sea, 18 km from Slupsk. It is a popular bathing place, port and spa, where circulation, respiratory tract ailments and other diseases are treated with the application of brine from the local well and therapeutic mud. Ustka is a centre of fishing industry with a shipyard. For a number of years, following the political changes in Poland, the town has won a string of local awards for the best summer place in the country. After the collapse of the Ustka Shipyard, the only shipyard in Poland to have manufactured fire-proof lifeboats, and a number of fish processing enterprises, the local authorities put tourism as a primary source of income for the town. Since the end of the 19th century, Ustka has been recognised as a summer holiday resort and various illnesses treatment and recovery centre. There are two beaches in Ustka. The Eastern Beach and the Western Beach, divided by the river Slupia. Near Ustka is a military exercise area from which Meteor-type sounding rockets were launched in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Ustka is a host of the annual International Contest of Fireworks, which takes place in the middle of July.
If you are going to spend some time in Ustka you will need to book your hotel and we encourage you to do it by using our hotel search panel on our website where you will find widest choice of hotels in Ustka and best rates.
We can also offer you many tours and activities like:
- tour to Slupsk
- tour to Tricity: Gdansk, Gdynia, Sopot
- tour to Denmark
- tour to Sweden
- tour by cruise ship
- tour by ferry
- visiting the Slowinski National Park
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