The fine sandy beach of Warnemünde offers state-of-the-art accessible beach access during the season. The use of the Rostock beaches is free of charge.
Warnemünde beach is one of the main beaches of Rostock seaside resorts. It is characterized by fine-grained white sandy beach with few stones and shallow water in the shore area. With a width of up to 200 meters, it is also considered the widest of the Baltic coast of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. The use of the beach is free of charge in the Rostock seaside resorts. The Warnemünde beach promenade is a popular promenade from the lighthouse to the beach path and is completely accessible.
In the seaside resort of Warnemünde, there are accessible beach accesses during the high season. Official assistance dogs are allowed at these.
The accessible beach access 14 in Warnemünde has the following to offer:
- Condition: closed path up to the beach chairs over non-slip surface (aluminum, wooden plates and rubber mats).
- beach chairs: yes
- clothing: textile
- WC for people with disabilities: not in the immediate vicinity, in the season (May-Sep, daily 10:00-18:00) at beach access 10 (approx. 300 m away)
- Parking for people with disabilities: two parking lots, about 40 m away (height of beach path 1)
- beach supply: yes
Accessibility/Approach: from Bad Doberan via highway L12 in the direction of Warnemünde, from the A20 via the highway feeder road to Warnemünde
Water rescue: The beach sections 1 to 24 in Warnemünde are guarded by the lifeguards of the DRK Wasserwacht during the season from May 15 to September 15. Several lifeguards work here on a voluntary basis and ensure the safety of bathers.