With a short coastline of just 98 kilometers, beaches aren’t the first thing that spring to mind when you think about Lithuania. Unlike more popular coastal destinations, this Baltic state’s seaside spots have remained relatively undiscovered. Here you can find five of the most beautiful beaches on Lithuania’s stretch of wild coast.
No matter how much you travel around Western Lithuania, there will always be unseen places and places worth visiting. Or places you want to come back to again and again. The reson for this is peoples hearts full of love to nature, people and the life itself. At every host’s land or home you will feel like at granmother. Attention, care and all the best will be offered to you.
See, feel and experience the beauty of nature, exited amber catching, pleasant SPA procedures, home food, biking and hiking… Listen to Lithuanian songs and a remarkable fairy tales and legends – all that folk wisdom gives us. Which enriches our soul and awakens the imagination.
Travel to Klaipeda and western Lithuania region, Lithuania
When traveling to a destination abroad or at your homeland you can choose between different transport modes which all have different impacts on the environment. The suggestion below outlines the most environmentally friendly way to travel to Lithuania from the neighboring countries that took part in the wellbeing project.
One special note is that it takes many hours to reach Klaipeda from the partner regions using collective transportation like bus, train or ferry. So, when considering to traveling to Klaipeda using sustainable means you can plan in a little self-care time, healthy snacks and reading that you want for a long time. Last case scenario you simply rely on serious carbon compensation methods.
- Gdansk/Gdynia in Poland – travel by coach bus or train, in the following direction – Warsaw -Vilnius – Klaipeda.
- Vogelparkregion Recknitztal, Germany – there are bus and trains from Berlin- to Warsaw and from there to Vilnius – Klaipeda.
- Denmark – you can take a train to Karlshamn, in Swenden, and take the ferry to Klaipeda. At the terminal you can take public transportation to the city center.
- Sweden – take the ferry from Karlshamn to Klaipeda, from there you may take public transportation to reach the Klaipeda city.
Make sure you check timetables and connections! If you are taking by ferry, we highly recommend to pre-book your tickets.