Nida Dunes, Nida
Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Representing some of the highest sand dunes in Europe, provide picturesque views in an unusual setting. You can walk to the top of one of the highest dunes, Parnidis (52 m (171 ft)), via a clearly marked wooden staircase. It is forbidden to go off path, as this contributes to the deterioration of the already endangered dune. An observation point offers views of the Baltic Sea, Curonian Lagoon, and the Russian exclave of Kaliningrad across the border. The sundial situated here was erected in the mid-1990s but looks considerably older due to storm damage. For travelers who use our world travel planner, Nida holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Nida Dunes and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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When visiting the Curonian Spit a walk around the dunes really is a must. We started on the lagoon side and headed up to the sundial and admired the beautiful views for a while. We then continued on w... read more »
Er zijn een aantal soorten duinen in de buurt van Nida. Op de Parnidis wandeling die net ten zuiden van het stadje begint zie je er meerdere en vooral de indrukwekkende Parnidisduin. De wandeling is s... read more »There are a number of types of dunes near Nida. On the Parnidis walk that begins just south of the town you see there are multiple and especially the impressive Parnidisduin. The walk is only 1.8 km and the views from the dune is breathtaking. Also along the way there are beautiful pieces and you also comes in a piece of forest. An absolute must if you are in the area!show original
Die Dünen sind wirklich einzigartig und beeindruckend! Teilweise fallen sie bis zu 50m steil ab. Unten am Haff im Gebüsch sahen wir einen Elch, auf dem Wasser Schwäne und hoch oben am Himmel sammelten... read more »The dunes are truly unique and impressive! Sometimes they fall steeply up to 50 m. Swans down on the lagoon in the bushes, we saw a moose on the water and high up in the sky the cranes to the departure rallied to the South. Small Russian patrol boats on the border can be seen with binoculars. A walk to the lookout point is also worthwhile.show original
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