Wilhelmstraße with its magnificent houses from the original period of resort architecture leads up to the 30-meter-high cliff, where you can descend to the Sellin pier or the promenade on the south beach via a steep staircase or in the elevator.
Life in the Baltic resort Sellin takes place mainly in the listed Wilhelmstraße, a wide linden avenue with promenade paths. In addition to the numerous restaurants and stores along the street, it is above all the villas in the style of resort architecture with their ornamental wooden facades and graceful oriels. In 1887 Sellin developed into a Baltic resort. But only with the construction of today's Wilhelmstraße - the real heyday of Sellin began.