The green side of the amber city
The city forest with its nature reserve "Ribnitzer Großes Moor" has established itself as a hiker's paradise among nature enthusiasts for many years. Experiencing nature, reducing stress, doing something for the senses and the health or simply taking a relaxing time out in the green, this leads every year many nature lovers and people looking for recreation to the coastal forest in Neuheide. This with 1100 hectares largest district of the amber town Ribnitz-Damgarten is scenically located at the eastern edge of the "Northeast Mecklenburg Heath", the largest contiguous forest area at the North German coast. The oxygen-rich forest climate, together with the iodine-rich air of the nearby Baltic Sea, provides a microclimate unique in Germany, which more and more nature enthusiasts appreciate.