The Pomeranian Voivodeship is a very popular destination for summer recreation. On the coast there is not only the Tri-City, but also several dozen holiday resorts, including Jurata, Władysławów, Ustka and Łeba. The attraction are the local moving dunes, the mouth of the Vistula to the Baltic Sea and covered with moraine hills and glacial lakes Kaszuby.
The region is surrounded by sea waters on two sides. The Gdańsk Tri-City lies the Tri-City, an administrative, commercial, scientific and cultural center of the region. They are made up of three cities with a different character, Gdańsk, Gdynia and Sopot.
Gdańsk is an old commercial center with numerous monuments from the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, while Gdynia is a port city built in the interwar period, with modernist buildings and the largest Aquarium in Poland. Against them, being a typical resort of Sopot is an oasis of greenery and a city focused primarily on leisure.
To the north of the Tri-City is the sandy Hel Peninsula with the holiday resorts of Jastarnia, Hel and Jurata. At the base of the peninsula is Władysławowo, one of the most popular Polish resorts.
A very interesting area of the Coast is the Słowiński National Park, in which you can admire the traveling dunes. In this area there are also coastal lakes Łebsko and Gardno. On the other hand, in the central part of the province, there is the lake area of Kaszuby and the Pomeranian Lake District.