A Fishing Village with an Artistic Past
Nida is the most popular resort village on the scenic Curonian Spit – but all the same, it has yet to reach the level of tourist traffic experienced by the more renowned beach towns in Europe. This makes is a peaceful place for a getaway. Its wooden houses and harbour full of bobbing fishing boats are postcard-perfect, and natural beauty is abundant too, with forests fringing the settlement. There are several historic and cultural sites of interest, including the Neringa History Museum and the Thomas Mann Memorial Museum. But of course, the beach is the main selling point here, a golden stretch of sand just a short walk from the village.
Nida has a long history of attracting artists, and it appears on one of the Impressionisms Routes.