Jurata, Poland

Travel to Jurata

Jurata is a settlement and seaside resort in northern Poland, located on the Hel Peninsula in a forested area between the towns of Jastarnia and Hel in Puck County, Pomeranian Voivodeship, on the coast of the Baltic Sea.

Jurata was established in the interwar period (1928) as a Polish sea side resort, popular especially among Varsovians. Its name comes from the Lithuanian Goddess Jūratė which in Polish is spelled as Jurata. During the German occupation of Poland (World War II), several Poles from Hel were enslaved as forced labour to serve new German colonists in Jurata.

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