Łeba (pronounced 'Webah') is a resort city in Pomerania on the Baltic coast with a wide sandy beach. The Slowinski National Park, featuring the biggest sand dunes in Europe, is situated to the west of Łeba.

Get in

By plane

The nearest airports are Gdańsk Lech Wałęsa Airport and Szczecin-Goleniów Airport.

By car

From Gdańsk or Szczecin by the route E28 to Lębork and then north to the coast by the 214.

By train

There are regular train connections from Lębork several times a day during the summer peak season - usually every hour or second hour. The journey takes an hour.

By bus

There are regular minibus services operated by Boguś Bus between Lębork and Łeba.

Yacht port

Get around

Łeba is a small town - it is easiest to navigate by foot or by bike. There are many bicycle rental shops in the town (prices start from 20 zł per person per day).


There is a tourist information centre in the Listopada Street. To get there, after getting off the minibus at the railway station, walk straight ahead to the roundabout, turn right and the tourist information centre will be on your right hand side a few metres ahead next to the library.




Go next

Gdansk Bay:

Vistula Bay:

Kashubian Coast:

Pomeranian Coast:

On the Hel Peninsula: Chałupy , Jastarnia, Jurata and Hel are little sea resorts that are popular destinations for summer vacations.

On the Vistula Peninsula:

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