The town of Kolobrzeg is situated in the Middle Pomerania region of north-west Poland. Although it must be said that this town is completely unknown to us here in the UK, it is actually a very popular seaside resort, on the Baltic Sea, and is a draw for Germans and Poles alike. The self catering accommodation in Kolobrzeg will be offered at a very comfortable standard for you, ensuring your holiday in this part of Poland is as wonderful as you want it to be.
There are no end of activities and things to do on your holidays in Kolobrzeg; the problem will be trying to cram everything into your stay in the area. This town is a highly respected and popular seaside resort on the Baltic Sea - offering all the facilities and amenities you could need for that perfect beach holiday. The town has a number of museums that may appeal to you and the members of your travelling party: including one that is devoted to the portrayal of the history of the town and surrounding area and one that exhibits military paraphernalia. Your holidays in Kolobrzeg will soon reveal what an amazing array of Gothic architecture there is to view in this part of Poland and just 4km away from the town, you will also be able to visit the oldest oak tree in all of Poland - over 800 years old!
Luckily enough, you really will have all that you need within the local area on your holidays in Kolobrzeg: a good range of facilities and things to see. However, if you are keen to wander off and investigate this part of Europe more avidly, we are able to suggest a few ideas for you. If you don’t mind rising early in the morning, and have hired a car for the duration of your holiday, you may well wish to head south-west, into the country of Germany, and the historic and fascinating capital of Berlin. This awesome city really will fill an entire day, therefore it is a good idea to plan an itinerary before you go. If you head east along the coast, you will reach the cities of Gdynia and Gdansk: both of which are worth some of your time; but again, these are a bit of a drive from Kolobrzeg, so do plan accordingly.
Without any doubt, the best time to take holidays in Kolobrzeg will be between late Spring and very early Autumn. This will be the times in which you can make the most of this fabulous seaside resort and enjoy all the amenities on offer. This part of Poland experiences a typical continental climate and this will mean that winters are far too cold for an enjoyable holiday. Average summer temperatures are likely to hit the low-twenties degrees Celsius quite regularly. Winter temperatures may well hover either side of freezing point.
If you are now convinced that a holiday in Kolobrzeg is right for you, you will be best off booking your flights to and from Gdansk Lech Walesa Airport (GDN). This is at least a couple of hours’ journey to your self catering accommodation in Kolobrzeg, therefore a hire car would be very practical to collect at the airport. There are two airlines that operate services to and from the UK: Wizz Air and Ryanair. These depart from UK airports such as London Luton (LTN), Leeds-Bradford (LBA), Edinburgh (EDI), Birmingham (BHX) and Bristol (BRS).