We warmly invite you to our newly built guesthouse in Krynica Morska.
It is located in the centre of the city, near the forest, water and wide sandy beaches. The distance of 600 metres from the sea can very easily be overcome by a hardened forest footpath. The passenger port, quay and lots of bars, restaurants and shops are the additional attraction of the region.
We provide spacious, comfortable rooms for 2, 3, 4 and 6 people. Each room has its own bathroom and includes a television set, refrigerator, water heater, a number of dishes and air conditioning.
From the windows on the south side you can admire the beautiful scenery of the Zalew Wislany and Wysoczyzna Elblaska. The north side offers a view on the centre of Krynica Morska.
For our guests, we offer a free parking area next to the guesthouse. Willa Piano invites you to Krynica Morska - we will take care of you, so that you spend the unforgettable moments in our pension.
Frombork is called "the jewel of Warmia" and offers a lot of attractions, as well as many lodging options. The most important place here is the Cathedral Hill open all year round. There is also the Museum of Mikolaj Kopernik, planetarium and the observatory, where the night sky can be admired; it provides the possibility of a clear observation of the Earth rotation. From the terrace (70 meters above sea level), you have a wonderful view of the entire Frombork area. In the cathedral are organized in the summer, every week organs concerts, where the best players from all over Poland and from abroad come to.
In summer, the village becomes a tourist resort. Beautiful, clean, wide and safe beaches are best prepared for swimming in the sea and sunbathing. There are numerous restaurants and accommodation facilities. The well developed area directly next to the sea and many entertainment possibilities on the beach make a stay in Jantar relaxing. There are also many events such as the amber fishing competition the tourists each year not only from Poland but also from around the world come for. We invite everyone to Jantar, who is looking for beautiful beaches and diverse attractions. Your holidays at the seaside will be a pure pleasure.
Kaliningrad is the capital of the Russian exclave (Kaliningrad Oblast) between Poland and Lithuania with access to the Baltic Sea. The city is a transport, economic and cultural centre and its history is over 700 years old. Kaliningrad is since 1946 the name of the former capital of East Prussia Königsberg. The city was renamed after Michail Kalinin, without any connection between him and this city. Today, there are about 425.000 inhabitants in Kaliningrad, mostly Russian.
Kąty Rybackie is an old settlement of fishermen. The first information about the village comes from 1643. The first manor house was built here thanks to the English dealer William H. Ramsey in 1680. The next stage of the expansion of the settlement was the construction of huts, where the fishermen stored their fishing equipment. In 1780 was built an inn. After 1808 the settlement was independent and got separated from Sztutowo. The first tourists came here after World War II. Today, the town is not only a well-known fishing village, but also an attractive place to relax. There are a few holiday homes, inns and private accommodations. The number of restaurants is big enough to satisfy everyone.
Malbork is the city that has a long history with the beginnings in 1276. Here you will find many valuable attractions, including the most important fortification of the German Teutonic Knights, which is the main goal of all trips to Malbork. It is a spacious castle - the largest brick building in Europe. Not only the architecture, but also the unique collections of arts, ambers and coins can you admire here. In 1997 the UNESCO put the castle on the World Heritage List. The old town is situated next to the castle and offers many places from the middle ages to visit.
Mikoszewo is a town at the Vistula estuary on the right bank of the river. The town Swibno at the other bank you can reach with the ferry. Mikoszewo is a place where agriculture predominates, but in recent times tourism gets increasingly important. The beginning of the city is claimed to be in 1243. The name comes from the rich man named Niklas, who became famous after the master Ulrich von Jungingen had visited him. Instead of 12 chairs he used barrels filled with gold. In 1991 was at the estuary on an area of 131 hectares set up the nature reserve. In summer Mikoszewo becomes a tourist resort and the nearby location of Gdansk makes the town a perfect place to start trips from.
The community Stegna is one of the most beautiful and interesting ones in this region. It is surrounded by the waters of the Vistula, the river Szkarpawa and the Baltic Sea and seems to be an island. Well-maintained beaches, safe places for swimming in the sea, gentle sand, air with much iodine and mixed forests are just some components of the unique micro-climate of Stegna. Directly behind the sandy beaches there are forests with oaks, beeches, aspens and birches. Among all these there are numerous guesthouses, inns and private accommodation for about 15.000 tourists.