Sopot Pier, Sopot

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One of the longest wooden piers in Europe at 512 m (1,679 ft), Sopot Pier stretches from the middle of Sopot Beach. It serves as both a pleasure pier and mooring for cruise ships and water taxis. Walk to the end, where the vapors from the high level of iodine in the water are said to benefit your health. A stroll up and down the pier gives views of the coastline and a respite from city sightseeing. Although events are held on and around the pier, it is free of shops and restaurants so it rarely gets crowded (except when the nearby bay hosts sailing and windsurfing competitions). To visit Sopot Pier on your holiday in Sopot, and find out what else Sopot has to offer, use our Sopot online holiday planner .
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  • It's a bit long, you need a long Pier, maybe, but we're talking about a "most" non-Arabs,-with all due respect, Arab, you don't have the longest wooden pier. Although we call of Europe but does not work with the pier of the Arabs more of a place to park sleeping island. The genius of the work. That's when you get to the end of the pier reeks of the smell of a cold Baltic Sea begins to your nose if you came walking through the winter you leave behind your nose already, and when you look at if it's not cloudy across Kaliningradı I mean the European Council You cannot see Russian territory disrupts the territorial integrity. Because horizon called spot happens:)
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  • I was in Sopot on a day trip and it was easy to find the Beach and this longest tree pier as they calling it. A little chock that it should be so many People there at this time of the year and special...  more »
  • In March there is still a chance to avoid the crowds. And zdecydowaná zaletá is a free admission. A beautiful point on the map. It's the largest Pier, you might want to stád start wedrowke to the pier in Orłowo or Brzeznie. Recommend.
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  • Such a fantastic pier into the Baltic Sea! Lots of people come here to enjoy the calm winds, sea view or just to walk their dog. When I was there, there was still snow on the pier which made it a bit slippery but at the same time very idyllic. A white wooden pier with snow, fantastic opportunity to take nice photos.
  • Lovely place for a walk with your partner or family members. More touristy during summer as the beach is nearby but, just by waking along the wooden pier made my day. It was relaxing, and spiritual. The Baltic wind calmed down my heart ♥️
  • Sopot is a very cosy town with lots of nice places to go for a really good coffee of or food. When visiting Sopot, you really have to walk on the pier. It's a great walk with a beautiful view...
  • Restaurants/bars near the paid entrance of pier is much better than walking on the pier. Recommended to spare your 8 pln for a beer instead of entrance to pier
  • The longest wooden peer in Europe. Best place for different activities all year long. The place where the sun shines the longest 🌅
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