Wladyslawowo is located in the northern part of the Polish Baltic Sea and the Bay of Puck. It is one of the most attractive holiday resorts in the country. Particularly popular among lovers of water sports, especially windsurfing. As early as the twelfth century the area of today's Władysławowa was populated by a population of fishermen. Around 1638 years Władysław IV founded a port called Wladyslawowo, around which a fishing town of the same name. Today, Wladyslawowo divided into five districts: Cetniewo, Hallerowo, Downtown, Szotland, Pebble. Residents are maintained mainly from tourism and fish processing and yard. Local attractions include the five coastal bathing, beautiful harbor from the pier, amusement park and Ocean Park, which features images of marine mammals. Władysławowo is a pedestrianized area, one of them is the Avenue of Stars of Sport. History lovers will appeal to General Haller Memorial Centre and Blue Army located on the street Maritime villa once belonging to General Haller. There you can see mementos of General and his family and a monument dedicated to his memory. Also nearby is the Museum of Natural Coastal Landscape Park. You can also visit the Fisherman's House, which was built in the mid-twentieth century and served as a hotel for visiting fishermen. Today this building is the seat of the Town Hall and the library. It is frequently visited by tourists because of the beautiful panoramic terrace located on the top floor, where you can see a picturesque panorama of the coast. On the third floor there is a Butterfly Museum, where you can see more than 3,000 species of exotic insects, and on the fifth exhibition "Magic Vertigo" dedicated to optical illusions. In the city there are many interesting architectural monuments. One of them is a house built in 1939, which is an interesting example of modernist architecture. From the thirties also comes Assumption Church, originally built in neo-Gothic style, which was expanded in the modernist style after World War II. Wladyslawowo gives a great holiday destination with friends and family. In addition to hotels, are popular camping not far from the beach. During the day you can enjoy all kinds of sports on the beach such as windsurfing, kite surfing, beach volleyball, rent equipment and arrange lessons with an instructor. In addition, in the city's Olympic Training Center, equipped with tennis courts, playgrounds, a swimming pool and rental equipment. Like most coastal cities in Poland, Wladyslawowo boasts a beautiful nature. In the district Szotland is a nature reserve Salt Meadows, whose area covers over 27 hectares and is protected because of halophytes species occurring there. Reserve is part of the Coastal Landscape Park, which stretches along the coast from Białogóry to the west coast of the Bay of Puck.
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