Attractions of the Baltic Sea - Gotland, Aland Islands, Muhu Island, Ustronie Morskie


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Gotland is the biggest island on the Baltic Sea which is located approx. 200 km south of Sztokholm. It covers almost 3 thousands km2. This place is so wonderful because of for instance: mild climate ( roses grows here even in December), traces of Vikings, about 100 medieval churches, stunning cliffs and emerald bays. Gotlandia is also a perfect place for these people who like spending their free time in active way, with family and friends.

The another worth visiting place on the Baltic Seas, it's the Aland islands located in Finland. There is about 6760 islands, and only 600 are inhabited. Almost 100 thousands rocks stick out the water and create so-called garden of skerries. Moreover, sunny weather, warm bays are the additional advantages of that place. There is also numerous possibilities for active holidays. Fishers' villages, wooden hills, green areas attract nature-lovers. Tourists can rent kayaks, can decide on fishing, trekking, horseriding, golf. A lot of wrecks are hidden in waters of the Baltic Sea making this area very attractive to divers.

Muhu Island is situated 160 km from Tallinn. It is one of 1500 Estonian islands in the Gulf of Riga. The main attractions are the only one in Estonia still working windmill, an etnographic open-air museum and a church built on the place where old pagan rituals used to take place. It is worth to visit the hotel of Padaste Manor, which the last owner was a descendant of the crusaders of the Livonian Order.

Ustronie Morskie is a polish sea resort which is famous for its picturesque location. This place attracts many tourists from whole Poland. One of the attractions of that region are 2 piers in Ustron and Sianozety, which go over 100 in the sea. Military fortifications from the communist period can be found there as well as massive shelters and gunrests. In the municipality of Ustronie Morskie, there is also the oldest oak in Poland – Boleslaw which is 800 years old.

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