Indoor ice rink in Hala Olivia
Address: Gdansk 80-309, al. Grunwaldzka 470

Ice rink at the Pier in Sopot, on the Kuracyjny square.
Address: Sopot 81-718, pl. Zdrojowy 2A

Skating rink under the cloud in Gdynia at the City Hall
Address: Generała Józefa Bema 33, 81-381 Gdynia

White madness with a view of the sea? Such a unique combination is possible only in one place in Poland - on Lysa Gora in Sopot. A 286-meter-long ski lift will take you to an altitude of 110 meters above sea level, from where you can ski down the slope while admiring the Bay of Gdansk. Those who don't feel very confident on the slope can try their hand at the toboggan run.
Address: 9 Herbert Street, 81-826 Sopot
More information: Łysa Góra

Wieżyca is one of the most recognizable villages in Kashubia. In winter, the largest ski center in Pomerania, Koszalkowo Wieżyca, operates here, with extensive ski infrastructure and well-maintained slopes. The elevation is 328.7 meters above sea level, and the downhill slope is 300 meters long.
Address: Wieżyca 32, 83-315 Szymbark
More information link: Wieżyca


The beach, which attracts crowds in the summer months, will now be just for you! You can take a romantic walk, watch the sunset or be alone with nature and the seaside landscape. After a winter walk, we suggest a warming visit to the sauna overlooking the Gdansk Bay or a great dinner in our recommended restaurants. Winter sports enthusiasts will have a unique opportunity to go skiing with a view of the sea. This unusual idea of spending the winter holiday: a combination of walks on the beach with "white madness" and skiing - is possible only in the Tri-City.


Fairy-tale illuminations, treats, original gifts and festive atmosphere await you at the Coal Market in Gdansk and at Grunwaldzki Square at the foot of Kamienna Gora in Gdynia.


A must-see trip during the winter season is the Christmas Market, which will put you in the holiday mood perfectly. It is ideal for both a family outing and a trip for two. There you can visit handicraft stalls, taste Christmas food, as well as watch performances by local artists and, probably most important for the little ones, meet Santa Claus.