Sopot Pier

  Sopot     29 Feb 2024
Sopot's pier provides stunning views of the sea by day and night. The pier was built in 1827 by a doctor in Napoleon's army and has been renovated several times. At 511m, it's the longest in the Baltic region and the longest wooden pier in Europe (Southend-on-Sea in the UK is the longest overall in case you were wondering).
A spa garden with rounded pergolas and a fountain marks the entrance to the pier, from which a sandy beach stretches to either side. The pier was renovated and re-opened to its current length in July 2011 with the completion of a brand new marina at its tip, as well as the construction of a restaurant and a raised viewing platform. Entrance to the pier costs 10/5zł only until October 1, then it's free until April. Note also that you are not allowed to take alcohol onto the pier.


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Dogs Allowed



Open 24hrs.

Price/Additional Info

Admission 10/5zł.


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Southend-on-Sea europe's longest pier. Sopot is the longest WOODEN pier I believe
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