Discover the Sopot Pier known as Molo, considered the longest wooden pier in Europe with 511.5 meters. It was first built in 1827 as a pleasure pier stretching from the middle of the popular Sopot beach and Spa Square on one end, way into the marina and Baltic sea to the other end. The pier is one of Sopot’s most visited tourist attractions but also serves as a mooring point for cruise boats and water taxis.
- Sopot Molo (Molo w Sopocie)
- Europe’s longest wooden pier at 511.5 meters
- First built in 1827 as a pleasure pier
- Stretches from the Spa Square to the Baltic sea marina
- Serves as a mooring point for cruise boats and water taxis
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HD travel documentary film created by Mat Siems with 5D Mark 3 and GlideGear Steadycam.