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Cassubia is situated in the very heart of Hel – the town located on the most protruding part of the Hel Peninsula, surrounded by the waters of the Baltic Sea. It is enough to talk a walk from the facility to visit all the tourist attractions offered by Hel: the fishing port, the main avenue of the city, the Seal Sanctuary, and the yacht centre with a modern marina. It is a pleasant place for those tourists that adore strolls by the sea.

The rooms at Cassubia are equipped with washbasins. The facility also has studio rooms with bathrooms. A garden grill with seating in front of the house is available. Beach screens are available on request.

Next to Cassubia is  parking for 20 cars.



Bezpłatne Wi-Fi

Pomieszczenie do suszenia i przechowywania sprzętu nurkowego

Prasa codzienna


Suszarka do włosów

TV kablowa

Żelazko na życzenie

Pets friendly

Our Rooms

Standard Room

Rooms with bathrooms. The rooms are equipped with toiletries, towels, kettle, hair dryer. 5 studios and 1 apartment.

Rooms with a sink and shared bathroom

On the equipment of the room there are: kettle, towels. 58 twin rooms
Total rooms: 64
Accommodation places: 134


Cassubia Hel
Boczna 11
84-150 Hel

Cassubia Hel

Boczna 11
84-150 Hel

How can you get to us ?



N – 54.611063

E – 18.799449



By foot – Dworcowa street until the intersection, then turn right into Boczna street (about 300 m).



Directions by bus line 510 to the railway station in Gdynia, and then by train to Hel.From



From Gdynia bus station


Baza nurkowa

Muzeum Obrony Wybrzeża

Baza nurkowa

Tramwaj wodny Hel-Jastarnia-Gdynia

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Interesting facts

Sealcentre is the undisputed business card of Hel. Located on the boulevards, just off the Bay, it is an attraction for holiday-makers. The shows related to feeding the seals allow you to get to know these interesting animals and make friends with them.

Fisheries museum

Located is just off the Hel Peninsula

Museum of Coastal Defense

Museum of Coastal Defence in Hel was established by the “Friends of Hel” society in buildings formerly bulid by the German