We have selected hotels that has convenient location and high-quality service standards.
- 3*PLUS Smiltyne Yacht Club is located in Smiltynė. It forms a “separate world” of the Curonian Split on the sand zone between two waters. The day will be spent among the sea, sun and dunes, meanwhile in the evening you can have romantic dinner on the lagoon’s shore illuminated by the moonlight, or enjoy theatres, concerts, bars, and restaurants in Klaipeda.
- The building of Old Mill Hotel is one of the most spectacular ones at the Klaipėda Port. The rooms look out at a spectacular panorama of the Dane River‘s embankment, the Curonian Lagoon, or the ancient castle site with an impressive marina. The restaurant Rozmarinas, cherishing European cuisine traditions, offers the guests delicious breakfasts, business lunches and dinners.
- Set in a 19th-century building of Klaipėda’s Old Town, National Hotel offers soundproofed rooms facing the seaport and the River Dane. Facilities include a restaurant and SPA services. A buffet breakfast is served daily and the hotel restaurant Fat Cat serves national specialties. At the Fat Cat guests can enjoy a number of fish and meat dishes and many types of beer.
- Situated in H. Mantas Street in Klaipeda an old but remodelled house, which was built in 1863, is now a modern business class Hotel Navalis. To retain the building’s historical heritage, certain authentic architectural details have been saved. The hotel offers 28 comfortable rooms as well as two modern conference halls.
OTHER THINGS TO DO
Klaipeda is one of the most attractive tourist regions of Lithuania. The city and its surroundings attract fans of various activities – from beach active leisure, kitesurfing or sailing to exploration the beauty of wilderness.
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HOW TO REACH THE AREA
- By plane via Palanga (30 km), Kaunas (200 km), Vilnius (300 km), Riga (300 km) then by a land transport to Klaipėda,
- by ferry from Kiel (Germany), Karlshamn, Trelleborg (Sweden),
- by bus from major cities in Europe and Lithuania,
- by train from Vilnius.
WE GIVE BACK TO BALTIC SEA FISH POPULATIONS
The BSF fishing guides in actively support measures to improve natural production of coastal and migratory fish by earmarked funds derived from fishing tourism to local fish conservation measures. BSF stems from the EU-funded Retrout project that currently are improving the habitats and fishing production in 12 Baltic Sea rivers. Other improvement measures, such as construction of suitable wetlands for fish reproduction and river watch (guarding) activities are also conducted.