There are 1 ferry routes operating between Bornholm and Poland offering you combined total of 2 sailings per week. TT Line operates 1 routes, Ronne to Swinoujscie which runs 1 times daily. Polferries operates 1 routes, Ronne to Swinoujscie which runs 1 times daily.
As the frequency and duration of crossings on some routes varies we would advise that you do a live search for crossings from Bornholm to Poland to get the most up to date information.
The Danish island of Bornholm lies 200 kilometres east of Copenhagen in the Baltic Sea and is renowned for having the sunniest climate in the country.
Known locally as the ‘pearl of the Baltic’, Bornholm Island is blessed with one of the finest natural landscapes in Scandinavia, comprising sandy beaches, dramatic chalk cliffs and lush forests. It also boasts picturesque harbours, windmills and fascinating fortress ruins.
Due to its isolated location in the Baltic Sea, travelling by ferry is a convenient mode of transport to the surrounding Nordic nations. Bornholm’s main port is in Ronne on the west coast, where there are numerous routes provided to mainland Denmark, Sweden and Germany, making it a useful gateway to Western Europe, too.
The port is served by Route 38 from the east and Route 159 from the north, so it’s within easy reach from most locations on the island.
Poland is a large nation in Central Europe, with a long coastline on the Baltic Sea to the north and the Carpathian Mountains in the south.
Sandwiched between Germany and the former Soviet Union, Poland endured a turbulent early to mid-twentieth century. But, today it stands as a beacon of post-communist European success and a proud nation with a rich Jewish heritage. A millennia-old history is apparent throughout every city, from the medieval fortresses in Gdansk, to Gothic structures in Krakow and World War II memorials in Warsaw. However, outside the sprawling cities lie unspoiled swathes of countryside, lakes, rivers and low-lying mountain passes, ideal for spontaneous long walks and organised hikes.
Ferries cross the Baltic Sea from numerous locations on the south coast of Sweden, with a wealth of excellent ferry operators providing frequent crossings to multiple Polish ports.