Port Handlowy Swinoujscie has been a popular seaside resort and spa for many years with people from all over Europe. With Poland’s widest beach and a clean, unspoiled environment, Port Handlowy Swinoujscie has a sea-ferry terminal for cargo and passengers and a pedestrian crossing to Germany.
Visitors come to Port Handlowy Swinoujscie for the salt springs and therapeutic mud. Combined with modern therapy techniques, the treatments help people with respiratory, circulatory, and skin problems.
Visitors to Port Handlowy Swinoujscie will also want to visit Wolin Island and the 68-meter tall lighthouse, the Baltic coast’s tallest. With 300 steps to climb, the lighthouse offers a breathtaking panoramic view of the area.
Port Handlowy Swinoujscie has 43 square kilometers of forest within the city limits, and the waters are rich with perch, pike-perch, eel, roach, and bream. The island of Karsiborska Kepa is a world-famous bird sanctuary and heaven for bird-watchers and photographers. Wolin National Park is just 15 kilometers from Port Handlowy Swinoujscie, and the Usedom Nature Park is just across the border in Germany.