The clean sands on Sopot’s beaches and safe bathing in the sea are just a couple of the attractions available to our younger visitors. But there’s plenty more.
From year to year the number of beach playgrounds provided by the city’s bars, restaurants and cafes increases with some even offering the possibility of leaving your child under the supervision of qualified staff.
Older children will be delighted to have the opportunity to rent equipment to use on the water from the numerous points along the beach. You will find catamarans, kayaks and water skis or you can take a ride on the popular ‘banana’ inflatable or on a high-powered motorboat.
Sopot’s sailing clubs also offer you the opportunity to train and spend holidays sailing in Sopot **.
On the days the weather might not be suitable for sunbathing, there’s always the water attractions available at the Sopot Aquapark, the city’s swimming pool and the numerous spa centres found in Sopot’s hotels.
For children who love to be out and about and kept active, Sopot is the perfect place to visit – horse riding schools at the beautiful Sopot hippodrome; tennis courses on the city’s open courts and covered domes; bike paths along the coast; a rollerblade track or hilly, forested terrain fit for adventures are all at your fingertips.
Sopot’s fort offers you an extraordinary opportunity to come face-to-face with history in a place where you can learn about the lives of the early Slavs in a modern and interesting way and also meet real warriors.
Sopot’s theatre stages also offer many performances, including some in the open-air, which are aimed at younger audiences. Elsewhere, the State Art Gallery organises artistic workshops for young visitors. Many clubs have special sections for children, while many of Sopot’s cafes offer a literary atmosphere where you’re sure to find an interesting book which can be enjoyed by all the family.