Route classification: Under development (east of Ustka) / Developed with EuroVelo 🇪🇺 signs (west of Ustka)
If I did arrive in Gdansk, then a cycle along the coast would surely be a treat. This is Poland’s only stretch of coastline and although, presumably, a tourist hotspot, it would make for straightforward cycling.
“EuroVelo 10 runs parallel to the attractive Polish coastline. Tempting sandy beaches; rich tourist and cultural offers; beautiful natural areas; and cities with centuries-old tradition (Gdańsk, Gdynia, Elbląg, Kołobrzeg, Darłowo, Międzyzdroje, Sopot, Świnoujście, Ustka) combine to provide an unforgettable cycling trip. For most of the route EuroVelo 10 overlaps with EuroVelo 13 – Iron Curtain Trail making it a double adventure. The most easterly section close to the Poland / Russia border also forms part of the GreenVelo Route – the largest cycling route in Poland (1,200 km).”ECF EuroVelo
What do you think?