The pier in Sopot (511,5 meters)

The longest wooden pier in Europe
Sopot has the longest wooden pier in Europe. It's a beautiful well kept pier with a little marina at the end and a light house at the beginning. To enter the pier during the day you need to buy a ticket for 7 swotty per person. The money is used to keep the pier in good condition. After 10 pm admission is free though. At the beginning and end of the pier you will find restaurants with outdoor sitting areas. Along the pier there are plenty of public benches too. The marina at the end is also accessible. It is surrounded by a stone walk way that includes places to sit. The view of the coast line is spectacular and you can see all the way to Gdynia and Gdansk. From the pier you can board a recreated pirate ship or water taxi to make a little boat trip at sea. Also other watersport activities are located at the pier like parasailing, jetskiing and banana boat rental. At night time the pier is lit up romantically by lights.

View of the pier from the tourist office and right the ticket office for the pier or 'molo' as the locals call it.

Wooden Pier Sopot
View of the wooden pier and beach with Sopot in the background

Marina Sopot
Pirate ship boat tour and part of the marina on the right

The marina of Sopot with sail boats and yachts

Restaurant at the end of the pier and the pier by night

Polish Flag

Sopot Poland Map

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