54°10,47’ N 015°33,34’ E
Marina Solna, Kołobrzeg
and Werzelnicza 1
78-100 Kołobrzeg

Kołobrzeg is located on the West Pomeranian Baltic Sea coast and is one of the largest seaside resorts on the Polish Baltic Sea coast. It is also known for its kilometre-long sandy beach, parks and brine springs. Kołobrzeg is an ideal starting point for trips to Bornholm, Copenhagen, Sassnitz or, in an easterly direction, to Gdańsk.

The charter base at Marina Solna is located one kilometre from the city centre and is very sheltered on the southern bank of the River Parsęta, which flows into the Baltic Sea.

From Berlin and Hamburg in Germany, and from Szczecin and Poznan in Poland, go via the A11/A20 and continue onto the A6/DW 102 to get to Kołobrzeg.

Sufficient car parking spaces are available directly behind the harbour building.

From Hamburg and Berlin via Szczecin and with a change in Koszalin to Kołobrzeg. Good connections from all major cities in Poland.

The nearest ferry ports are Swinoujscie, Gdynia and Gdańsk. There are good car ferry connections to Sweden (Ystad/Trelleborg – Swinoujscie, Karlskrona – Gdynia, Nynäshamn – Gdańsk). From the ports you can get to Kolobrzeg by bus and train or by car.

The nearest airports are Gdańsk or Szczecin-Goleniow. From here, the train continues to Kołobrzeg.

All the major supermarket chains are located about 2 kilometres away from the charter harbour.

Lighthouse at Fort Münde, sandy beach and promenade, Gothic Basilica of Blessed Virgin Mary.