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Polish Baltic coast can boast really beautiful beaches. In majority they are white sandy ones without big rocks. Some of them are flat and some have cliffs. What all of them have in common is this amazing white sand, just perfect for tourist. Here we want to recommend to you the beaches that are rewarded by the Blue Flag distinction as we believe they are truly the best in the country.

 

Blue Flag beaches in Poland

In 2020, there were 32 Blue Flag beaches in Poland (10 more than last year):

1. Zieleniewo beach (Miedwie lake)
2. Stepnica beach (Zalew Szczeciński)
3. Świnoujście – Uznam sea coast beach
4. Świnoujście – Warszów sea coast beach
5. Basen Północny yacht marina
6. Zachód beach in Międzyzdroje
7. Wapnica Marina Międzyzdroje
8. Międzywodzie beach
9. Dziwnów beach
10. Dziwnówek beach
11. Pobierowo beach
12. Trzęsacz beach
13. Grzybowo beach
14. Dźwirzyno beach
15. Solna Marina Kołobrzeg
16. Kołobrzeg Zachód „Plaża TRM” beach
17. Kołobrzeg Wschód „Bałtyk” beach
18. Mielno beach
19. Dąbki Zachodnie beach
20. Darłówko Zachodnie beach
21. Ustka Plaża Wschodnia beach
22. Koliba beach in Sopot

23. Gdańsk Stogi beach
24. Gdańsk Sobieszewo beach
25. Gdańsk Orle beach
26. Tamka sailing marina Gdańsk
27. Gdańsk Marina
28. Żabi Kruk Marina Gdański
29. Sienna Grobla Marina Gdańsk
30. Klipper beach Jelitkowo
31. Gdańsk Świbno beach
32. Pustkowo beach

 

The iconic Blue Flag is one of the world’s most recognised voluntary awards for beaches, marinas, and sustainable boating tourism operators. It was introduced and is led by Foundation for Environmental Education – FEE from Denmark (non-governmental organization). In order to qualify for the Blue Flag, a series of stringent environmental, educational, safety, and accessibility criteria must be met and maintained. This is why we can clearly state that the above mentioned beaches can be named as the best in Poland. The Blue Flag program is present in 46 countries around the world and 4664 beaches, marinas and boats hold this prestigious title.

 

Main points taken into consideration during the Blue Flag application process:

Summing up, we are happy to say that more and more beaches in Poland join the Blue Flag list. We heartily recommend planning your stay in the villages, towns and cities that offer bathing beaches with this distinction. If you need help with organization of your group’s stay in Poland contact ITS Poland DMC professionals who will help you to organize transport, accommodation, meals and additional attractions. Don’t wait any longer contact us now!

 

Sources of information:

http://blekitnaflaga.org/

https://podroze.onet.pl/blekitna-flaga-2020-ktore-polskie-plaze-otrzymaly-w-tym-roku-blekitna-flage/mfjerjg

 

Author: Agnieszka Szwedzińska

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