These WW2 remains stand on the sea at the coast of remote district of Gdynia called Babie Doły. It is not easy to reach but worth visiting especially if you are interested in modern history, or simply look for an attraction with a difference. It looks very picturesque especially in good weather when you can also see Hel peninsula in the background. You can also sunbath on the sandy beach or take a walk along the coast.
Car is the best option to reach it, but also you can take 109 bus from the centre and take off on the last stop, then walk up the main street (as everyone). You must reach the cliff at the end of the district (about 5-10 minutes walk). Next find the stairs which lead down to the beach. If you go by car you must find a park place what might be quite difficult as they are mainly private and closed to the public.
There are no regular boat trips to the station but I heard that there are some diving expeditions organised.
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