Day tour in the Curonian Spit

Day tour in the Curonian Spit (6 hours)

Meeting point: Cruise Ship Terminal or another initially agreed upon place.

Six hour-long tour.

Additional information:

A tour on a comfortable bus or by car; includes a walking tour.


The Curonian Spit, featured on the UNESCO List of World Heritage Sites, is a unique corner of nature and the most treasured territory in Lithuania. The peninsula, surrounded by the Curonian Lagoon on one side and the Baltic Sea on the other, puts a special spell on every visitor. No one is capable to resist its breath-taking landscapes, mysterious travelling dunes, green pastures, pine-tree forests and amazing sea views.

During the tour you will explore old fishermen villages – Juodkrante and Nida, pay a visit to the summer residence of the Nobel prize-winning author Thomas Mann, the old fishermen cemetery, unique Evangelical Lutheran Church, local amber gallery and, of course, the great Parnidis Dune. You will also pay a visit to the dead dunes near the fishermen village of Pervalka and the Hill of Witches in Juodkrante.

A highly experienced guide will introduce you to the history of the Curonian Spit and local traditions.


Price: From EUR 180 by car

The price includes:

  • Guide service;
  • Transport;
  • Ferry fare and eco tax in the Curonian Spit;
  • Entrance to the Amber Museum in Nida;
  • Trip to the Dead Dunes.

We are open to bookings.