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Historically a fishing village known for its Eurasian amber trade, the seaside town of Palanga is now Lithuania’s most happening holiday hub. From water sports thrills and cocktail-fuelled casino nights, to lively family entertainment and a little local culture - there’s plenty to enjoy alongside the town’s generous serving of sun, sea and golden sand. After the action packed summer season is done the resort takes on a more peaceful demeanour, where gentle coastal walks and spa style rejuvenation keep the pace easy.

Things to see

A long stretch of golden sand, fringed with picture perfect pine forest and sand dune scenery, Palanga Beach is naturally the town’s main lure. During the summer it fills with a lively crowd of sunbathers, swimmers and water sports enthusiasts, whilst winter turns it into a popular haven for hikers. The centrepiece of the beach is the Palanga Pier. Reaching 470 metres across the glittering Baltic Sea, it makes for an especially scenic stroll come sunset. If you want to see some of the town’s famous ‘Baltic Gold’, the Palanga Amber Museum is a real treasure trove. Occupying a grand 19th century manor, the museum’s exhibits include amber artworks and jewellery, and pieces containing insects and plants. The building sits surrounded by a sprawling Botanical Garden, which is as much of an attraction as the museum itself. Along with hundreds of plant species, the elegant grounds feature a rose garden, ponds and sculptures.

Hotels in Palanga

Whatever your budget and style, there are hotels in Palanga to accommodate every holiday maker’s needs. The eclectic choice ranges from modern family-sized apartments and swanky full-service hotels, to amenity-packed resorts just moments from the sand. Whichever you opt for, many digs count swimming pools, spa tubs, restaurants, gymnasiums and business centres among their amenities. If you’re really looking to unwind, several properties also provide the indulgent addition of spa facilities too. The cheaper hotels in Palanga are in good supply, and whilst they offer less in the way of style, they still feature plenty of amenities, along with in-room extras such as WiFi and satellite television.

Where to stay

The hotels in Palanga offer both beachfront and town locations, many putting you no more than a few minutes’ walk to the sea. If you want a slightly more peaceful stay basing yourself a little out of the town centre is probably a good idea. Palanga’s main drag, Jonas Basanavicius Street, is where you’ll find most of the action when you’re not basking in the sun. Conveniently pedestrianised during the summer months, the bustling thoroughfare is where you’ll find many of the town’s cafes, restaurants, shops and nightspots. The street cuts all the way through the centre of town towards the beach, ending at the pier.

How to get to Palanga

Just over 6 kilometres’ drive from the heart of Palanga, Palanga International Airport is the most suitable gateway for those flying in. Whilst it serves a small selection of European destinations, you can always make connecting flights via the cities of Riga, Oslo and Moscow. Once you’ve arrived the town is reachable by taxi or public bus, the latter usually running every hour. Whilst Palanga doesn’t have its own railway station, it’s still possible to get to the area by train. Services from Vilnius and Siauliai arrive at nearby Kretinga multiple times a day, just a 13 kilometre drive from the centre of town.