Palanga Travel guide
Palanga : Michelin's recommendations
Fishermen, merchants and amber prospectors (the town coat of arms includes an amber necklace) have populated Palanga down the centuries. Since the 19C its fine beach has drawn holidaymakers in droves, swelling the local population (20 000 inhabitants). Despite its popularity and relentless holiday atmosphere in summer, the omnipresent backdrop of pine trees means that it retains a wild character. The little River Raze divides it into two; to the south lies wooded parkland with villas.
Tourist attractions Palanga : Things to see and do
17 Vytauto g. LT - Palanga
In the middle of the botanical park stands a fine neo-Renaissance country house (19C) built for the Tiskevicius family, now home to an exhibition dedicated to the gold of the Baltic. Visitors learn about the different forms and colours of amber. Th..
LT - Palanga
A section of forest bordering Palanga beach was landscaped in 1897 by French garden designer Édouard-François André (1867-1942). More than 18km of cycle and footpaths wind among the spread-out pines and over 500 fragrant species. They lead to the sea..
S. Neries g. 14 LT - LT-00134 Palanga
Prix Prices from : 30 €
Located in Palanga, a popular Baltic Sea resort, Alanga offers rooms with free Wi-Fi and satellite TV. The hotel has a Spa and wellness centre, massage parlour and organises horse riding activities. The rooms and apartments of the Alanga are bright,..
Daukanto g.11 LT - LT-00134 Palanga
In the summer of 2007 a fully reconstructed Villa Diemedis made a fresh start and now offers a variety of facilities including a restaurant and library. Historically, it was one of the first villas ever erected in Palanga and over time the Villa has..
Vytauto g. 76 LT - LT-00129 Palanga
Only a 5-minute walk away from the beach, this modern hotel is located in the centre of Palanga. It features a spa area and rooms with free wired internet. The Kerpe’s rooms offer cable TV, a safe, a minibar, and a bathroom with hairdryer. The rest..