Swinoujscie's historic promenade dates from the nineteenth century - at that time, however, it was right on the beach. Because Swinoujscie is located on the spit part of the coast, which means that the sand that is removed from other parts of Usedom lands here and ensures that the coastline moves further and further north - that's why the beaches in Swinoujscie are particularly wide.
Since August 2011, the promenade as far as Bansin has been continuously accessible - it has become the longest promenade in the Baltic Sea region.
The wide strip with coastal forest and dunes distinguishes the Swinemünde Promenade from that of the imperial baths Ahlbeck, Heringsdorf and Bansin on the German side - however, houses are to be built here in the spa district in the future.
October 7, 2021
In 2011, Europe's longest promenade from Bansin to Swinoujscie, at 12 kilometers, was opened continuously to pedestrians and cyclists. It had previously been redesigned and modern between Ahlbeck and Swinoujscie. A border monument was erected at the border.
October 20, 2020
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