Popular swimming area Ustka yesterday and today
The first records of Ustka date back to the 14th century (formerly Stolpmunde). The three main livelihoods of Ustka's inhabitants are depicted in its coat of arms. They were: fishing, shipping and tourism. The first information about arriving tourists comes from 1832. For them, baths, a seaside promenade (1875) and a railway were built. Until 1945, most visitors to Ustka came from the Berlin agglomeration, Saxony and Silesia.
Today, Ustka is a bustling with life resort, often referred to as the "summer capital of Poland".