Surfspot Peenemünde

  • Freely accessible at any time

Baltic Sea, © surflocal.de
Surf spots

Locals on Usedom especially appreciate Peenemünde, especially with winds from the north to southeast. Unlike most Baltic Sea spots on the island, you only have to share the beach with a few bathers. The standing area is 120 meters wide, making it perfect for anyone venturing into the waves for the first time.

Peenemünde is located on the northern part of the Island of Usedom at the mouth of the Peene River into the Baltic Sea. Historically, this place has a lot to offer and that is why there are a number of interesting museums here, which are always worth a visit away from the water sports. The spot itself is located a bit outside the village in the direction of Karlshagen. Especially the locals appreciate it, because it is rarely overrun by tourists. Both beginners and advanced surfers will find the best conditions to let off steam in the Baltic Sea. You can get on the water here with a stiff northeasterly to easterly wind, which creates large waves of around 2 meters. The numerous offshore sandbanks also have the advantage that hardly any waves build up near the shore. This makes this beach an optimal training area for the first wave experiences. The spot is suitable for wind directions from N to SE.

Facilities:

  • Toilets, waste disposal (porta-potties on parking lot).
  • Parking facilities < 250 m away, subject to charge

Detailed information about the spot Peenemünde can be found on the linked website of www.surflocal.de. There you can also find 3D panorama photos of the spot, contact the locals or arrange to surf together with friends.

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Surfspot Peenemünde

17449 Peenemünde


http://www.surflocal.de/spots/peenemuende/
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