The Hel Peninsula, correctly known as the Hel Peninsula, is 35 kilometers long. It is located in the northern part of Poland.
The Hel Peninsula was created as a result of the application of sand from the bottom of the sea by sea currents. It is one of the most popular attractions of Poland, there are numerous seaside resorts, incl. Władysławowo, Jastarnia, Jurata, Chałupy and Hel.
On the Hel peninsula there is a road for cars (provincial road No. 216) which you can drive almost to the very end of the spit. There are also buses on the way.