Inseln Wollin & Usedom
Inseln Wollin & Usedom

Lying on the Baltic Sea off the Polish coast, the neighbouring islands of Wolin and Uznam are very popular among holidaymakers due to their attractive seaside villages, abundant flora and fauna, exceptionally scenic landscape and the heritage sites that one should not miss. Made up chiefly of woods and post-glacial hills, both islands are bordered by the Swina Strait, which connects Szczecin Bay with Pomeranian Bay.

One of the most visited seaside destinations in Poland is Miedzyzdroje, a town on Wolin Island. A stay there is not complete without a visit to the Wolin National Park, home to rare wildlife and a wonderful area for hikers and nature lovers. Only a part of Uznam Island belongs to Poland, the rest is German. The island’s most important tourist location is Swinoujscie (partly located on Wolin Island), which plays a vital role as an important national seaport.

ANREISE
The nearest international airport to the Wolin and Uznam islands is Szczecin-Goleniow. By car, use national road no. 3 to get to Miedzyzdroje from Szczecin or from the cities of south-western Poland. If you are coming from Sweden or Denmark, you can catch a ferry or other boat to Swinoujscie. From the Tri-city it is best to take national road no 6. Either drive along it as far as Goleniow and once there change to road no 3, or in Koszalin change to road no 11 and head to Kolobrzeg. You can reach Miedzyzdroje from Kolobrzeg by driving along local road no 102 via Trzebiatow and Dziwnow.

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