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Puck - a beautiful, not large town located on the Bay of Puck. Old Market with tenement houses from the 19th and 20th centuries and nineteenth-century neo-Gothic town hall. Right next to a medieval parish. Not far from the fishing port - the first war port of the Polish Republic, a bit further the yacht harbor and pier. On the right side of the pier is a sandy beach and windsurfing and kitesurfing facilities on the left and a grassy beach. Zatoka is one of the best reservoirs in Poland for learning and practicing summer and winter water sports. Those willing to learn can enroll in the windsurfing school. Puck as a starting point is well communicated with the Tri-City (Gdynia, Sopot, Gdańsk), where tourists can reach by rail, bus, car, single cruises also by water. A great starting base for the Hel Peninsula, passing along the way Władysławowo which is located on the Baltic Sea (about 12km from Puck), Chałupy, Kuznica, Jastarnia and Jurata to Hel.Puck is a very good place for starting your cycling trips. There are several paths and bicycle routes in the city. In Puck there are 4 068 m of bicycle path, from Płutnica along the coastline of the Puck Bay, there is a path leading through the fishing port, a sailing promenade, through the park to them. Feliks Nowowiejski, after Rozgard. The entire cycle route around the Puck Bay exceeds 40 km. There is also a cycle path from Puck to Hel. About 6 km from Puck there is Rzucewo with the castle of Jan III Sobieski. From Puck, it is about 16 km to Jastrzębia Góra where you can see the cliff coast, ravines, the North Star (the northernmost part of Poland). Walks in the coastal areas have been recommended for a long time to all those suffering from respiratory airway problems, thyroid problems, nervous hyperactivity, and cardiovascular diseases. Air in the towns located on the Baltic Sea has visibly improved health for centuries. The secret lies in the iodine, which is located in seawater, which, by evaporating, saturates the element with air, and then it falls to the ground. Therefore, water, soil and air in the coastal belt are so rich in this element. This is why after a few days stay at the seaside we have a better mood, we sleep better. Negative air ionization, which is characterized by a seaside climate, supports the body's defenses, increases psychometric efficiency. As a result, the iodine aerosol adds energy, improves mood and raises the level of concentration. Apartment (about 36.5 m) with a balcony in a small intimate housing estate consisting of 5 buildings, in a villa district / single-family houses on the outskirts of the city of Puck. Opened on July 1, 2018.Zabudowa estate, about 300 m from the PKP, PKS and Zatoka Pucka bus stops. It consists of 2 rooms, not a large bedroom with carpeting, a double bed for 2 people, a living room with a kitchenette, a hall and a bathroom. In the living room there are 2 sofa beds (2-person + 1-person). Kitchen equipped with dishes and cutlery, fridge with freezer, hob and microwave, dishwasher, coffee maker, toaster. The bathroom has a toilet, shower, washing machine, hair dryer, sink, cabinets, towel for each person (4 pieces). Wlan in the apartment. A large parking lot next to the building, for a car (1 piece) of people living in the rental price. The flat is for rent max. For 4 persons. Rent not shorter than 7 days, above 2 weeks stay, discount. The apartment is heated in the winter season, for rent throughout the year. General grocery stores about 300m from the building. Old town with a market about 500m. From the balcony you can see the Puck Bay.