The new Koserow pier extends 280m into the Baltic Sea in the shape of a wave. Opened in 2021, it offers 2 large platforms that invite you to sit, enjoy and breathe the Baltic Sea air. At the same time, you can use it perfectly as a sunset cinema.
Both the two platforms and the 280-meter-long bridge itself have benches to rest on. Soon, at least eight more beach chair swivel seats will be installed on it. The large open spaces can be used as a sunset cinema, but also for smaller concerts. The bridge railing is illuminated with LED strips, making the wooden wave an eye-catcher even at night. And because the word "experience" unites all the senses, there is a small but fine wine and cocktail bar in a specially converted Ape on the bridgehead for the pleasure of the palate and the throat. Koserow has also created a connection to Vineta-Sage. A bell tower has been erected on the bridgehead, which, by ringing the "Vineta" bells on Easter Sunday, aims to remind visitors of the legend that says: "If you are a Sunday child, you can see the city of Vineta rising from the sea on Easter Sunday". The bells originally came from a church in Lower Saxony. However, since many guests had expressed the wish to ring the bells more often, they now resound every Wednesday at 4 p.m. following the telling of the Vineta saga. Every bridge needs a little art, too, thinks Nadine Riethdorf (Koserow's spa director), addressing the latest Koserow addition, a statue made of corten steel. A man with a bell in his hand looks out over the Baltic Sea. Is it a fisherman or the bell-ringer of Vineta - which fits better to the amber village?