The Baltic Coast of Germany is a lovely escape. The slow pace of life here, the culture, the food, the resorts and islands, they all make a holiday on the Baltic Coast one that takes you out of the hustle and bustle of every day life into a place of serenity and relaxation, entertainment and unforgettable adventures.
The Baltic Coast is also known as the German Riviera and it hosts some quaint towns that are witnesses of Hanseatic history and that are totally worth a visit. Cities such as Rostock, a sea port, ferry line, university city, or the Stralsund with its Oceanographic Museum, its Gothic churches, the old town of Wismar, are easily accessible from a holiday home at the Baltic Sea in Germany. Kiel is one of the most important ports of the country historically speaking, and Lubeck has an architecture that reminds you of its former wealth. Take a break on the Baltic Coast and enjoy its every facet!
There are several islands you can visit on the Baltic Coast, such as the Ruegen island, the biggest one of them all. Ride a steam train here through the beautiful landscape, and then maybe take a boat tour. It will be a great day out from a holiday home on the Baltic Coast. There are all sorts of events organized here every year, such as the Kieler Woche sailing event, the Hanse Sail in Rostock, the open air theater on the Ruegen island, the the Schleswig-Holstein-Music-Festival, the Usedom Music Festival, etc. Rostock's Christmas market is the largest one in the north of Germany.
There are all sorts of exciting sites everywhere around the Baltic Coast, there are islands you can explore and a varied marine life to admire, nature and national parks. Fehmarn, Hiddensee, Rugen, Poel, Usedom, Ummanz are all islands at the Baltic Sea in Germany, each with a specific character and unique attractions. The National Park "Vorpommersche Boddenlandschaft" is the biggest one in Central Europe and you will see here nature in all its shapes and forms: marshlands, mud flats, steep cliffs, lakes, etc. The Rhododendron Park Graal-Mueritz is also beautiful, especially at the beginning of the summer when the flowers are blooming. On the Fehmarn island you should not miss the Aquatic Center here with all sorts of marine life creatures. To the same effect will aslo be the Ozeaneum in Stralsund, the Sea Life Timmendorfer Strand, the Institute of Oceanography in Kiel and others. See the Chalk Coast on Ruegen island, and the flint stone fields here. Enjoy the simple beauty of nature on the Baltic Coast!
The maritime climate, the beautiful woods, the fresh sea breeze, the unique brine springs and the thermal mud are all reasons to spend a wellness weekend at the Baltic Sea. From massages and beauty treatments, from wellness facilities and procedures, you can enjoy them all on the Baltic Coast and complete them with some relaxation by the sea.
There are all sorts of activities one can enjoy by the sea, and on a holiday on the Baltic Coast there is no point in even counting them, better off just enjoy them: from sailing to beach volley ball, from surfing, kite surfing to swimming and so on. Sailing is a great way to spend a day or so at the Baltic Sea in Germany, you can also go fishing if you want, the Bodden and Haffs are heavenly for this with both fresh and sea water fish. Go diving and wreck diving off the coast of the Ruegen Island see the freight ship "Norderney" and the RoRo ferry "Jan Heweliusz", or the minesweeper "M14" off the coast of Usedom, try windsurfing and kite surfing. If you're more of a “land fan”, then golfing or cycling should be just ideal.
A family holiday on the Baltic Coast will keep everyone entertained, no matter the age. The Rostock Zoo is living proof of this, at any time of the year. The Hedeby Viking Museum near Schleswig can also be of interest, and if you're looking for a theme park, then the Hansa Park will be a great choice. All sorts of rides can be found here, theme worlds and a park area by the sea, shows and representations, acrobatics and dances, the Hansa Park Parade. Enjoy the beach and the sea, enjoy the silence and the entertainment alike. Enjoy the time with your family, it is always precious!
There are many seafood restaurants on the Baltic Sea Coast, and in Lubeck a really great specialty is the Marzipan. Meat dishes and vegetarian dishes, local and international cuisine, you can choose whatever you like on your holiday on the Baltic Coast, and more so, you get to enjoy it all in a beautiful environment by the sea.
There are many places where you can take your dog on the Baltic Coast, thus if you rent a pet friendly holiday home by the sea, you can for example take off to the island of Ruegen, where you will find pet friendly beaches. You can also choose to explore the inland forests of the Baltic Coast, or relax on a terrace and enjoy a nice meal and a drink with the entire family, Fifi included. It's time to just relax and enjoy your well deserved vacation.Points of interest, a “must see” list on the Baltic Coast
A holiday on the Baltic Coast is everything you expected and more. It is everything you deserve and more than you can imagine. Enjoy the beach, the sea, the wooded inland, the culture, history and food, relax and hit the “restart” button with a holiday at the beach this year... you'll see why.
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