Sopot Pier in Poland – the longest wooden pier in Europe

Updated: April 2, 2020 | By | More

Sopot Pier (Sopockie Molo) is the longest wooden pier in Europe. It is situated in the Baltic Sea, near the town of Sopot, in Poland.

Sopot Pier is the most famous seaside promenade in Poland. History of Pier started in 19th century, but gained its current appearance in 1927. Sopot Pier is 511.5 meters long and 10 meters wide. It consists of a square lying on the shore and wooden part overlooking the bay. Tourists can enjoy here a pleasant atmosphere of the summer, sunbathe, watch the sunset or buy souvenirs and have fun. Nearby you will find healing spa facilities, restaurant, snack or a cinema. Sopot Pier is home to many social and sporting events, concerts and art exhibitions. course, hotel and transport services.

Sopot Pier is one of the most popular Polish recreational and entertainment venue, and it is called ‘the Pearl of Sopot‘.

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