18°33,22’ N 54°30,98’ E
Marina Gdynia
Al. Jana Pawła II 13a
81-345 Gdynia

Along with Sopot and Gdańsk, Gdynia forms part of the tri-city in the Bay of Gdańsk. It is the youngest of the three and was originally a small fishing village. Gdynia is an optimal starting point for tours both over the Bay of Gdańsk, up to Kaliningrad and onwards to Klaipėda. Westward tours to Bornholm and along the Polish Baltic Sea coast can also be undertaken from here.

Directly next to the harbour is the city beach. The city has good shopping possibilities, cafés, bars and restaurants of all kinds. From Berlin or Hamburg via the A12/A2, then take the A1 towards Gdynia and take the S6 exit Gdynia/Chwarzno and drive to Marina Gdynia.

Coming from Berlin or Hamburg via the A12/A2, follow the A1 in the direction of Gdynia and take on the S6 the exit Gdynia/Chwarzno to the Marina Gdynia.

A spacious car park is located directly behind the marina.

From Berlin and Hamburg, as from any city in Poland, there are good train connections to Gdynia Główa.

From Gdynia there is a car ferry service to Karlskrona, from Gdańsk to Nynäshamn. From the ferry ports you can reach the Marina Gdynia by public transport or by car.

There are good connections to Gdańsk from all European cities. From the airport, take a taxi to Gdynia.

Near the harbour is the market hall (Miejskie Hale Targow w Gdyni, Wójta Radtego 36) with fresh vegetables, fruits, fish and meat. Popular supermarket chains are located about 5 kilometres from the port.

Dar Pomorza museum sailing ship, 1920s architecture, city beach.