- by plane - the international Lech Wałęsa airport at Gdańsk or the international Szczecin-Goleniów airport (Stettin) in Poland, Heringsdorf (Usedom) or Berlin in Germany.
- by car - from Gdańsk or Szczecin by the route E28 to Goleniow and than E65
- by train - (PKP)
- by bus - (PKS)
The sea resort is not quite big, so you can easily walk it by foot or rent a bike.
You can go in for nearly all water sports, from diving and sailing to delta-flying. You can also ride a bike or horse. Playing beach volleyball is very popular.
Very popular and relatively cheap souvenirs are jewels of amber and silver as both are very common in Poland. The Bay of Gdańsk is known as the biggest amber place worldwide. Amber from the Polish coast was exported to Ancient Egypt, Ancient Greece and the Roman Empire since ancient times.
You can get all the typical Polish meals. Fish dishes are very popular and you can often buy them fresh from the fishermen who prepare them at the beach after they return from fishing.
There are various pubs and bars, especially along the promenade. Available beverages are mostly the same as in the rest of Poland. But try some of the local breweries, like Bosman or Hevelius.
Clubs/dancing venues in Międzyzdroje:
- Dechy Club (Pod Molo), under the pier
- Paradise Club (Pod Molo), under the pier, across the Dechy
- Plaza Night Club at the Amber Baltic Hotel, Promenada Gwiazd 1, Friday to Sunday opening at 10 PM
- Scena Club, Boh. Warszawy 20, at the promenade (next to Culture House/Dom Kultury)
On the island Wolin:
- Wolinski Nationalpark
- Game reserve of wisents
- 93 meter high cliff of Gosan
- Kawcza Gora Mountain
- sea resort and port Świnoujście
- sea resort Dziwnow
- ancient town of Wolin (town)
- medieval town of Lubin
On the mainland:
- Pommeranian metropol Szczecin
- sea resort and medieval town of Kamien Pomorski
- sea resort and medieval town of Kolobrzeg
- Gothic church ruins at Trzesacz
- Medieval town of Stargard Szczecinski with an over hundred meter high cathedral