Kołobrzeg – a well-known and appreciated health resort of the Baltic coast. Is a port city with over 1000 years of history, and for 200 years is known as a health resort, characterized by a microclimate with medicinal properties. The specificity of the Kołobrzeski climate creates favorable conditions for the use of climate stimuli for therapeutic purposes, i.e. climate therapy, which includes: sea baths, beach baths, walks. It is worth knowing that the specific property of the beach microclimate is the so-called sea ​​aerosol. It is formed by the release of particles of iodine, chlorine, salt, bromine and others from the sea water. Sunny, wide, coastal beaches make Kolobrzeg widely regarded as one of the healthiest cities in Poland, a well-respected resort and an excellent, lively place for summer recreation. The city’s attractions are certainly: a port with a fleet of cruise ships, a pier and a promenade, a seaside park, a lighthouse, architectural monuments, modern architectural architecture stylized for the old “old town”. Throughout the year you will meet a variety of cultural and entertainment events and recreational activities, both outdoors and under the roof, for example in the amphitheater, “Milenium” hall, concert bowl or in the town hall. Annual events such as “Interfolk” or the last Picnic of the TV series “Dwójka” attract crowds of viewers. In 2008, Kołobrzeg was on the list of the 10 most-visited cities in Poland.


Tourist attractions of Kołobrzeg


  • Lighthouse 26 m high – it was built in 1945 in the place of the former lighthouse in the Ujście Fort. From the building you can enjoy a beautiful panorama of the area. The light of the lantern is visible from 30 km.
  • Pier with a length of 220 m.
  • Neo-Gothic town hall, from the nineteenth century is the business card of the city. It looks like a medieval castle, as evidenced by towers and battlements. Inside is the Contemporary Art Gallery, while in the vaulted Gothic vaults, there is a music cafe from the 19th century, which is the city’s showcase. It looks like a medieval castle, as evidenced by towers and battlements. Inside is the Contemporary Art Gallery, while in the vaulted cellar with a vault, there is a music cafe.
  • New Old Town – an interesting group of buildings with a historic street layout that extends west of the Town Hall. Architecture only pretends to be old buildings.
  • Fortifications of the fortress – From the seventeenth century to the nineteenth century, Kołobrzeg had the character of a fortress city, then the largest fortifications were built. During World War II, Kołobrzeg also played a defensive role. Some of the fortifications have survived to this day – by the beach there are walls of the Stone Walls from the 1830s, while in the park of General Henryk Dąbrowski, you can see fragments of 18th century fortress ditches.
  • Museum of Polish Arms – exists since 1963. It presents unique and collections of military items, from the early Middle Ages to the present day.
  • Brunswick Palace – built in 1808, it is also known as the Branuschweig Palace, currently the palace has exhibition functions
  • Basilica p.w. Wniebowzięcia NMP ul. Katedralna
  • Promenade – is a place for walks with many food and souvenir shops.

Fragments of fortifications of the Kołobrzeg fortress

  • Fort Ujście (currently lighthouse)
  • Reduta Bagienna (now the Yacht Port) – you can buy fresh fish straight from the sea
  • Reduta Solna (ul. Bałtycka) with brine intake, e.g. for pickling cucumbers
  • Fort Wilczy (now an amphitheater) – a center of music and cabaret attractions
  • Szaniec Kamienny (now a cafe – taras ul. A. Sułkowskiego), music events and gastronomy by the sea


Zaślubin z Morzem, Bulwar nadmorski im. J. Szymańskiego, Pomnik Sanitariuszki, ul. gen. W. Sikorskiego, Pomnik Marcina Dunina (przy Bazylice), Pomnik Tysiąclecia Biskupstwa w Kołobrzegu (przy Bazylice), Pomnik Marszałka Józefa Piłsudskiego ul. Sybiraków, Pomnik Wdzięczności Polskim Wyzwolicielom, Plac 18 Marca, Pomnik Chwały, Cmentarz Wojenny, Lapidarium niemieckie, ul. Arciszewskiego i Lapidarium żydowskie, ul. Mickiewicza


  • Amphitheater ul. A. Fredry
  • Marina, ul. Warzelnicza 1
  • Music cafe, LATARNIA MORSKA, ul. Morska 2


  • Underground, ul. Dworcowa 10
  • Mochito ul. Jedności Narodowej
  • Coco Club ul. Koszalińska
  • Szaniec Kamienny, ul. Sułkowskiego


(seasonal) Canoe rental ul. Narutowicza


Sanatorium Węgiel Brunatny ul. Sikorskiego 8


ul. Sikorskiego 7


EXHIBITIONS – Contemporary Art Gallery (right wing of the Town Hall)

CINEMA “Wybrzeże”, ul. p. por. E. Łopuskiego 24


Pirat, Monika III , Viking, Santa Maria, Na Bornholm do Nexo (katamaran Jantar)


Aeroklub Bałtycki, Bagicz 10


  • Morska Odyseja ul. Rodziewiczówny 1
  • Aquapark Milenium SPA ul. p. por. E. Łopuskiego 38


  • “Ark- Charter”, ul. Warzelnicza 1
  • Wędkarstwo i turystyka morska – POLARFISH, ul Węgorzowa

Attractions for children:

  • Maritime open-air museum, which includes ORP Fala ship, and a little further outdoor exhibition The History of the Polish Arms with a very rich weapons display – Baltic 31 Kołobrzeg
  • 6D Museum „Maszoperia” is a three-dimensional and multimedia exhibition on the life of old fishermen – Rodziewiczówny 15, Kołobrzeg
  • Mini Oceanarium for children ul. Wojska Polskiego 6 C Kołobrzeg
  • Pomerania Fun Park is the largest Amusement Park in West Pomerania. In the Park, the whole family will be able to spend a great time having fun together. The park has seasonal outdoor attractions and year-round attractions operating regardless of the weather – Pyszka 4, Dygowo.
  • Museum Patria Colbergiensis, located in the basement of the town hall ul. Armii Krajowej 2 Kołobrzeg
  • Rodziewiczówna Wax Figures Office 1a/25 Kołobrzeg
  • Regional Culture Center – Sunday theaters for children and summer outdoor scene ul. Solna 1 Kołobrzeg
  • Akuku Playroom for children 220 m2 of fun, ball pool, slides, climbing wall, multimedia tables and a whole lot of toys – ul. Basztowa 1 Kołobrzeg
  • Babakuba – Children’s creative play zone – the main goal of the facility is to conduct dance, art, music and adaptation classes for children. There are also separate groups for infants and three-year-olds, in addition, they play the role of a public safe playroom – ul. Obrońców Westerplatte 19/u2, Kołobrzeg
  • Monuments of Nature – Dęby Szypułkowe Bolesław and Warcisław- near Kołobrzeg grow in the municipality of Ustronie Morskie, Kołobrzeski poviat, 8 km from Kołobrzeg towards Koszalin.
  • Eastern Ekopark – Smolne swamps – educational paths and bicycle routes leading from Kołobrzeg – Podczele to Ustronie Morskie. It covers an area of about 380 ha. Here, flora and fauna are protected, mainly bird breeding grounds, amphibian and reptile stands as well as aquatic and terrestrial plants. Ekopark has several beautiful terraces overlooking the sea, beaches, swamps and backwaters.