Cypel (Rewa)

Continent
Europe
Country
Poland
Next Big City
Gdansk, Gdynia
Next Town
Rewa
 
Type:
Ocean, Lagoon
Rider Ability:
Beginner, Intermediate, Expert
Features:
Shop, Rescue, Toilet, Food, Parking

Water

Type:
Shallow, Flat, Chop, Small wave
Hazards:
Swimmers, Fishernets
Quality:
Clean
Best Tide:
Tide independent

Shallow bay. Onshore wave side with choppy water and offshore with flat water.

Beach

Type:
Sand, Pebbles
Size:
Big
Hazards:
None
Beach Users:
July, August

The beach in Rewa is very nice and it's a real attraction of the region with its national park It's a 1 km long sandy peninsula. The spot is extremely safe with its open space and no trees in surroundings. There is a lot of space to launch and land a kite. The beach is sandy but after storms might occur pebbles.

Wind

Best Months:
March, April, May, September, October, November
Wind Type:
Frontal
Best Direction:
N, NE, E, NW
Main Direction:
W, WNW, NW

The most common winds blow from West and Northwest. The force varies from 7-26 knots, and depends on fronts passing Poland. In Rewa the best kiting you may expect with NW, N, NE and E directions. The wind from W may may be gusty. Riding in Rewa is possible at any wind directions, although S directions are not recommended.



How to get there

Transport
Car, Bus
Access
Short walk

From Warsaw - the capital of Poland take a plane (1 hour), a car (4 hour driving) or a train to Gdynia. Near the mail railway station in Gdynia catch a local bus number 146 heading to Rewa (it's around 40 minutes). Rewa is the final stop. The spot called 'Cypel' (the peninsula) is 3 minutes walking from the bus stop.

Extra information

Rules
None

The spot in Rewa is situated on sandy 1km long and 20m wide peninsula, so you always have your onshore (waves) and offshore (flat water) sides.

Nightlife

Rewa is rather quiet but at night in high summer nights there is still some parties and happenings organized by the locals. Check out Piana bar in Wioska Zeglarska and Bar Nadmorski - the sea view biggest restaurant at the Eastern beach.