Ladies and Gentlemen
Pomorskie may be called the Polish Saint Tropez, only with a slightly longer coastline consisting of an impressive 300 km long stretch of sandy beaches - each of them unique and unforgettable in character. Vigorous sea breeze, enticing sunshine of picturesque and romantic sunrises and sunsets, punctuated by numerous majestic sailor-guiding lighthouses, the mind soothing rhythm of sea waves – they all add to the magical charm of the South Baltic. Could anyone ask for more? This truly is a tourist paradise, where all worries may be forgotten while the "batteries" are recharged with vital life-energy.
There is no lack of attractions in Pomorskie all year long. I invite fans of sunbathing and water sports to visit us in the summer. In the winter, skiers, snowboarders and toboggan riders can make good use of the slopes of the Kashubian Uplands. The mild autumn is particularly appealing to hikers who will not have to endure neither strong wind nor pouring rain. The springtime is perfect for sightseeing in our picturesque cities, illuminated and warmed by the first mild sunrays – a great companion to all those who decide to see this beautiful part of Poland during this special and still somewhat undervalued season.
The region's other attractions include numerous, regular cultural and entertainment events. There are too many to mention here, so let me just mention a few, these are, among others: St. Dominic's Fair in Gdansk, World Championship in Amber -Fishing in Stegna, FETA International Street Theatre Festival in Gdańsk, Polish Film Festival in Gdynia, Two Theatres National Festival of the Polish Radio and Television Theatre – Sopot, as well as the Sopot Festival.
If you would like to know more about the other events, please visit the Pomorskie region, where I am sure you will experience truly memorable moments.
The Marshal of the Pomorskie Voivodeship