Brzezno Beach & Pier

  The promenade starts at the car park and extends into a 136-meter long pier. The Wheelchair-friendly Restaurant Gruba Ryba attached to the pier operates all year long. Facilities include beach volleyball and beach football courts, trampolines and slides for kids and accessible toilets. The Brzeźno pier area is also a great starting point for a rolling through the adjacent Reagan’s Park.    

The promenade starts at the car park and extends into a 136-meter long pier. The Wheelchair-friendly Restaurant Gruba Ryba attached to the pier operates all year long. Facilities include beach volleyball and beach football courts, trampolines and slides for kids and accessible toilets. The Brzeźno pier area is also a great starting point for a rolling through the adjacent Reagan’s Park.

 

Brzezno Beach is one of the most beautiful beaches on the Baltic Sea coast and it is a great wheelchair-friendly place to accumulate some energy and chillax.

The beach is accessible with a ramp and a wooden mat that takes you all the way to the middle of the sandy beach, and it also has an amphibian wheelchair if you want to make all the way to the sea.

Don’t feel like a skinny dip, no worries, take a nice stroll out along the pier to watch the locals fishing at the end of it, admire the views of the bay and get yourself a few scoops of “Lody” (polish ice cream). Don’t feel like an ice cream neither, we got you covered, roll back to the pier’s entrance and order yourself a "piwo” (beer) or a coffee in the local cafe. It has a wheelchair friendly toilet and the tables have an accessible height.

The whole place is set up for you to have a good time and apparently you get a really nice sunset from there too.

Enjoy it.

  Brzezno Beach is fully accessible.

Brzezno Beach is fully accessible.

 

 Brzeznienska, Gdansk, Poland

More Juice

#AccessibleHangOutGdansk - Gdansk, Poland