Neringa - Sea, sand and tranquillity

Neringa is the Lithuanian part of the Curonian Spit, a long and narrow sand peninsula that separates the Curonian Lagoon from the Baltic Sea, This natural wonder, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site, still exists today solely due to human efforts to counter the natural erosion process. The Neringa landscape is truly unique, dominated by picturesque sand dunes and pristine beaches. The area has a distinct ethnographic flavour, characterized by wooden fishermen cottages and the local speciality of smoked fish. Those looking for a quiet seaside vacation in picturesque surroundings will most definitely be not disappointed.

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