The Żuławy loop is a touristically and environmentally attractive network of waterways, joining together the rivers: Wisła, Martwa Wisła, Szkarpawa, Wisła Królewiecka, Nogat, Jagiellonian Canal, Elbląg, Pasłęka, as well as the waters of the Vistula Lagoon (Zalew Wiślany). It is 303 km of unforgettable adventure that you can experience while canoening, yachting, motorboating or houseboating. What’s worth emphasizing, is that Żuławy Loop is also a part of the International Waterway no E70, having its beginning in Antwerp and Rotterdam, continuing through the Berlin Junction of inland waterways, Northern Poland, to Kaliningrad, and further on, by the waterway of Neman River (by the Pregolya and Deyma Rivers of Klaipeda).
Finally The Loop of Żuławy is a network of ports, harbours and gangways of the highest quality, built within the frame of projects “The Żuławy Loop Projects – Water Tourism Development. Stage I”, co-financed by the European Union from the European Regional Development Fund and released by the partners, representing Pomorskie and Warmińsko-Mazurskie Voivodeships. Apart from the water routes situated in Vistula Delta and the infrastructure for water tourism, the Żuławy Loop aggregates several attractions connected with the cultural heritage of the Vistula Żuławy. The area is extremely rich in historical objects unique on nation scale,as gothic castles or arcade houses, as well as hydrotechnical historical objects: drawbridges, floodgates. The area of Żuławy Loop is, undoubtedly, a place of a rest, active recreation, unusual landscapes and fascinating nature.