Juodkrantė ("Black Shore") is a Lithuanian seaside resort village located on the Curonian Spit with a permanent population of about 720 people. A part of Neringa municipality, Juodkrantė is the second largest settlement on Lithuania's part of the spit.

The cosy, coastal resort town invites you to discover the stories of wood and wind. Carvers and blacksmiths have covered the old dune, known as the Hill of Witches, with wooden sculptures of characters from Lithuanian fairy tales and legends, and the ancient woods of Juodkrantė are home to an original forest megaphone that is three metres high and three metres wide and is the perfect place to listen to the sounds of nature. Juodkrantė also has a dendrology trail, which is a great starting point for learning about the nature of the Curonian Spit.

Activities nearby

Park "Hill of Witches", Museum of Miniature Arts, Juodkrantė House of Culture, Sculpture museum of Rocks,

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  • 29/03/2023 04:30 local time


Jodkrante, Lietuva


55°54' N; 21°12' E

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