Katamarany Zatoka in Puck is a unique place where you will find a perfect balance between activity and leisure. These beautiful seaside apartments overlooking the Puck Bay are situated just 50 m from the beach. This provides an excellent opportunity for both the people who are passionate about water sports and those who seek peace and quiet away from the big city life.
What makes this location so exceptional is the walking distance from city centre of Puck and wonderful natural surroundings. The longest bicycle paths in this part of Pomerania and a beautiful yacht marina allow the residents to pursue their passions. The city centre of Gdynia can be reached in just 30 minutes without traffic jams.
The apartments are available from 28 to 100 sq.m. Their functional design allows for elegant and comfortable space arrangements. There are from 9 to 10 apartments located on each of the three tiers.
The settlement became a marketplace and a the biggest Baltic seaport as early as the VII th century. A castellan borough was established and existed in Puck in the second half of the VIII th century. In 1309 the village came under the rule of the Teutonic Order as part of Pomerelia. Puck achieved town status in 1348. During the Thirteen Years’ War (1454-1466) the townsfolk of Puck stood with the Polish Crown. As a result of the War it became the part of the Royal Prussia and joined Poland in 1466 by virtue of the Second Peace of Thorn.