Villa Baltica is year-round high-standard suites and holiday homes, located in Niechorze, West Pomeranian Voivodeship, only few hundred meters away from the Baltic Sea, 50 km away from Kolobrzeg, 90 km away from Koszalin, less than 100 km away from Swinoujscie and 120 km away from Szczecin.
Villa Baltica offers a stay at two-level suites for 6 and 8 people, each of which has three rooms. They have two bathrooms on the ground floor (WC, shower, sink), a fully-equipped kitchenette, a living room with a fold-out sofa for two, a table, chairs and a TV set as well as a terrace with garden furniture. The upper floor, on the other hand, has bedrooms – the suite for six is equipped with two beds for 2 people, whereas the suite for eight also has two expansions for a single child.
A perfect way to relax at Villa Baltica is certainly the garden SPA with a sauna and a Russian banya with hydro massage, available at extra charge. One particular advantage of the suites is also their location right next to the beach and the sea. It is also possible to rent bikes here.
Villa Baltica is a family and child friendly place - the hosts have arranged a playground, board games and sport equipment for their youngest guests.
Niechorze is an attractive town not only thanks to being located by the sea, but also thanks to its natural assets, noteworthy historical landmarks and interesting places to have a good time. For those who wish to interact with nature, the perfect spot will be the crowberry pine forest – a type of woods that only grows on a sandy soil. Among the most interesting historical landmarks are the palace-manor complex from the early 1700s, the ruins of St. Nicholas’ Gothic church on the bank, the lighthouse, the old farmhouse from the turn of the 19th century, the Neo-Gothic church of God’s Mercy and Ewa Braun’s house. One interesting attraction, especially for the youngest guests, will certainly be the numerous zip-lining parks and amusement parks, as well as museums such as the House of Butterflies, The Wax Figure Museum, The Great Lego Exhibition, The Marine Fishing Museum or the Multimedia Museum on the Cliff.