|Area:||11 153 km2|
|Expenditure per capita:||7 475 zł|
|Stanisław KochanowskiWójt||Bogdan PniewskiPrzewodniczący Rady Gminy|
The entire Sztutowo Municipality lies within the ‘Vistula Sands’ landscape park. Its natural borders are made up of the Baltic Sea to the north, the Vistula estuary to the east and to the south and west by the Szkarpawa and Wisła Królewicka rivers.
Thanks to this coastal setting the area boasts beautiful natural scenery which has greatly aided the development of spa tourism. Characterised by sweeping pristine beaches as well as Poland’s largest cormorant reserve Sztutowo has a lot for the visitor.
As well as the wide range of tourist facilities on offer, the other main place of interest is the site of the former Nazi concentration camp at Sztutowo. There is now a museum there as well as a monument to the victims of Hitlerism.
Sztutowo also has a port on the Vistula estuary at Kąty Rybacki as well as waterway connections inland with rivers and canals crossing the Vistula Delta. Thanks to its proximity to the main Gdansk Warsaw road, number 7, Sztutowo is well connected to the Tricity, Elbląg and Nowy Dwor Gdański and so makes for a perfect business location. The local economy is made up of agriculture, fishing and seasonal tourism and has been aided by the development of infrastructure projects connected with renewable energy.