Autumn at Ivenack Castle, © DOMUSImages
Castles and Manors

The older, middle part of the castle dates back to the 16th century - the monastery building. A first extension took place in 1709 and after passing to the Imperial Counts v. Plessen around 1750. The semicircular stables, the orangery, the tea house and the church also date from this period. Around 1810, the castle was again extended by two wings. Since 2016, it has been renovated in accordance with the preservation order. The 1000-year-old Ivenack oaks in the former animal park are Germany's first national natural monument.

In the place of the present castle there used to be a Cistercian convent. In the course of the Reformation, the property became a ducal office in 1555. On the remains of the convent, the chateau, later remodeled in the Baroque style, was built in 1590. The castle includes a tea house, an orangery and a church rebuilt around 1700, as well as a stables. In 1810 the castle was extended by the 2 side wings. From 1761-1936 the Ivenacker line of the v. Maltzahn family resided here. After 1945 the castle served as a refugee shelter, later as a retirement and nursing home. Since 2000, the castle has been privately owned again and is currently being renovated. The original baroque pleasure garden with an avenue of linden trees was transformed into a landscape park in 1800. This park is famous for its 1,000-year-old oaks with over 70 hectares of zoo with extensive game enclosure for fallow deer.

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Am Schloss 1
17153 Ivenack


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Ivenack Oaks National Natural Monument

  • Closed today
  • Eichenallee, 17153 Ivenack

The 1,000-year-old Ivenacker oaks belong to the Ivenacker Tiergarten. They are cultural and natural historical highlight of the area.

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the manor house, © Annkatrin Rabe

Manor house Wolkwitz

  • Gutshaus, 17111 Borrentin

The Wolkwitz manor house is beautifully nestled in the gently hilly surroundings of Lake Kummerow.

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© Alexander Rudolph

Kummerow Castle

  • Am Schloss, 17139 Kummerow

The baroque palace on the shores of Lake Kummerow was renovated to the highest standards of historic preservation. The castle houses a private collection of modern art with a focus on international photography.

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Beach Sommersdorf

  • Freely accessible at any time
  • 17111 Sommersdorf

On the western shore of Lake Kummerow, a wide sandy beach, several swimming bays and usually a light breeze await you. From here you can enjoy breathtaking sunsets.

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Horse in its box, © Bombis

ReiterHof Peeneland

  • Hof Peeneland, 17111 Meesiger

Idyllically situated on the shores of Lake Kummerow, the equestrian farm is surrounded by a hilly landscape. The surrounding fields and forests are perfect for horseback riding.

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ARQUOIA studio - exhibition and sculpture garden

  • Eichenallee, 17153 Ivenack

More than 100, partly changing art objects inside and in the open space complete the insight into the ARQUOIA studio.

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Manor house Scharpzow

  • Scharpzower Dorfstraße, 17139 Malchin

Romantic estate park in Scharpzow in the middle of the Mecklenburg Lake District with individually furnished tent suites in historic style for glamping as well as venue for work retreats and seminars & events.

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Moor farmer, © Graf

Moor farmer

  • Dorfstraße, 17139 Gorschendorf

In Mecklenburg Switzerland, on the Peene Canal, a shipping route that connects Lake Kummerow and Lake Malchin, the Moorbauer is located in the middle of untouched nature. And as the name suggests, in the middle of the moor with its very own flora and fauna. Beavers and otters are at home here. Every guest is immediately transported to another world: Unwinding is the order of the day in this tranquil and enchanting place.

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Two-wheeler museum M-V

  • Hofweg, 17153 Jürgenstorf

Fascination DDR two-wheeler - on 300m² exhibition space two-wheeler fans can examine a variety of sports and racing machines and special vehicles.

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LakesCountryAgentour - Salem base

  • Am Hafen, 17139 Salem

Get to know the 1x1 of sailing from scratch with the SeenLandAgentour - whether big or small - there is something for everyone here.

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Lower terrace, © Märchengarten GbR

Fairy Garden Brasserie and Village Shop

  • Dorfstraße, 17153 Grammentin

The brasserie offers Italian cuisine in a beautiful ambience indoors or outdoors on a green terrace overlooking the sunset behind the Kummerow Lake.

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Welshof Schliemann

  • Dorfstr., 17139 Faulenrost

Mecklenburg's first hereditary fish farm has been offering fish for four generations. In addition to the cozy restaurant "Zum Fischer Fritz" you can buy fresh and smoked fish in the farm store or spend the night in the vacation apartment....

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