Sopot Pier is a pier situated on Sopot Beach in Sopot near Gdansk, Poland. The pier was built in 1827 and was built as a pleasure pier and mooring point for boats. The pier stretches for 511 metres making it the largest wooden pier in Europe. The pier has been renovated over the years and is a Grade I listed building. Along with the beach that is situated by the pier, it is a great area for a day out by the sea.
Sopot is situated North of Gdansk. Trains run to ‘Sopot’ train station from Gdansk and other Polish train stations. ‘Sopot’ train station is a 10-15 minute walk away from the pier. Buses also run from Gdansk to Sopot.
Opening Times and Admission
The pier is open to the public 24 hours a day, it is free to use.