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Wonderful stroll

This pier gives you a chance to stroll out into the water. In winter you can see the bottom of the... read more

Reviewed June 14, 2018
Lawrence S
,
Peoria, Arizona
Nice walk and vessels!

It is a nice walk and great view of the Baltic sea. Plenty restaurants and souveniers and snacks... read more

Reviewed April 26, 2018
Lucia C
,
Lacey, Washington
via mobile
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Pier in Gdynia Orłowie is about 180 m long and now is a pier promenade. The first pier was established here in 1924 and was 115 m Five years later it was rebuilt and extended to 430 m so that it could also serve as a haven for coastal shipping vessels. The construction materials used in the exploded at that time a wooden pier in Gdynia. After World War II the pier was destroyed in a storm, and reduced it to its present length, ie 180 meters from the pier on the right we see the most advanced part of Holmes
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ul. Orlowska, Gdynia 81-980, Poland
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Reviewed June 14, 2018

This pier gives you a chance to stroll out into the water. In winter you can see the bottom of the water. It is very nice...and free.

1  Thank Lawrence S
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Reviewed April 26, 2018 via mobile

It is a nice walk and great view of the Baltic sea. Plenty restaurants and souveniers and snacks. There is a pirate vessel that sails around the bay on the weekends. The aquarium is located at the end of the pier.

Thank Lucia C
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Reviewed February 9, 2018 via mobile

Great pier...awesome for family walks and sight seeing you can walk all the way to Sopot... comfortably.

1  Thank jdeCarvalho
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Reviewed February 6, 2018

Whether you're romantic or rather down-to-earth person, you'll enjoy strolling along the Orlowo pier, it provides the view of the dramatic cliff coast as well as the industrial part of Gdansk port. Cries of seagulls and terns will surround you and add to the atmosphere...More

2  Thank Iwona W
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Reviewed January 30, 2018

A very nice pier located next to a picturesque cliff. Go to Orłowo if you want to stay away from the crowds and just relax in the sun. Lots of newlyweds take their photoshoots there - as the scenery is beautiful both in the summer...More

2  Thank paulina f
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Reviewed January 6, 2018

once my favorite place in the Gdynia-Sopot-Gdansk area... but my last visit there - last September, was a rather depressing experience. Maybe because it was a bit off the main season? The pier a bit neglected. But the beach looked like a natural disaster -...More

1  Thank AgPar65
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Reviewed December 16, 2017 via mobile

The pier as well as the cliffs are stunning. The view from both spots is very pretty and if you want to see the sun rise or set it is the perfect spot.

2  Thank Pia S
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Reviewed November 6, 2017

The pier is much smaller than the one in Sopot but has its own ambiance. It is secluded and probably not too many tourists wander there. But its well worth it. At any time of the day and in any kind of weather. There are...More

2  Thank Magg17
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Reviewed October 24, 2017 via mobile

One of my favorite places in Gdynia. Quieter than Sopot, beach is also nice and cosy. Not many restaurants nearby but try the fish point with fried fish and always delicious ‘bike coffee’.

1  Thank Aleksandra P
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Reviewed October 22, 2017

So I always go to Sopot to enjoy sea and the pier. But this time I stayed in Gdynia and went to Orlowo and I loved it. it is quite, no hassle and bustle of Sopot. Nice, free pier, enjoy walking on the beach and...More

1  Thank SYLWIA S
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