Mecklenburg Baltic Coast

Vacation in the Cradle of Bathing Culture

The Baltic Sea coast in Boltenhagen, © TMV/Gänsicke

Mecklenburg Baltic Coast

Vacation in the Cradle of Bathing Culture

Vacationing at the birthplace of the German Baltic Sea bathing culture - the Mecklenburg Baltic Sea coast is where bathing vacations for recreational purposes got their start: When in 1793 the Mecklenburg Grand Duke Friedrich Franz I, together with his personal physician, recognized that bathing in the Baltic Sea had a particularly beneficial effect on health, he laid the foundation for the "summer resort by the sea" with the first seaside resort Heiligendamm.

Vacationing at the birthplace of the German Baltic Sea bathing culture - the Mecklenburg Baltic Sea coast is where bathing vacations for recreational purposes got their start: When in 1793 the Mecklenburg Grand Duke Friedrich Franz I, together with his personal physician, recognized that bathing in the Baltic Sea had a particularly beneficial effect on health, he laid the foundation for the "summer resort by the sea" with the first seaside resort Heiligendamm.

Today, in addition to the seaside resort of Heiligendamm, the Baltic resorts of Boltenhagen, Kühlungsborn and Graal-Müritz in particular are ideal starting points for those seeking relaxation, active vacationers , art and architecture enthusiasts and the whole family.

Here, where the interplay between history, tradition and modernity exudes a very special charm, you can discover ancient tree-lined avenues, wide fields, magnificent castles and manor houses, as well as sublime brick Gothic architecture, in addition to the seaside resort architecture of the sophisticated Baltic Sea resorts. At the romantic harbors along the Baltic coast, the Hanseatic charm and maritime flair of the seaside resorts can be enjoyed, while the fantastic sunsets on the miles of sandy beaches enchant vacationers.

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Vacations on the Baltic Sea Coast: the most beautiful places

Heiligendamm Seaside Resort

As Germany's oldest seaside resort, vacationers in Heiligendamm enjoy seaside vacations in an atmosphere steeped in history. The "White City by the Sea" attracts with its sun-soaked bathing beaches in front of the magnificent backdrop of the historic seaside resort architecture . Not only families with children experience an entertaining ride with nostalgia factor on the narrow-gauge Molli bathing train.

Hanseatic City of Wismar

Those interested in culture should plan a trip to the UNESCO World Heritage city of Wismar as part of their vacation itinerary. The historic buildings of the picturesque old town have written architectural history as North German Brick Gothic. Cyclists can reach the historic Hanseatic city on a tour along the Baltic Sea Coast Cycle Route.

Baltic Resort Boltenhagen

The second oldest seaside resort in Mecklenburg guarantees an unforgettable time not only for beach vacationers: for culture enthusiasts, a detour to Bothmer Castle, the largest preserved Baroque complex in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, as well as to the 290-meter-long pier - the town's landmark - is worthwhile. Animal lovers and families can, with a little luck, watch seals on the sandbanks on the Baltic coast during a cutter trip.

Baltic Resort Graal-Müritz

A beach vacation can be ideally combined with a hiking or biking tour in the Baltic Sea resort of Graal-Müritz. In addition to a barefoot path in the coastal forest, the hike is rewarded with a magnificent sea view. Already Franz Kafka and Erich Kästner appreciated the special mixture of forest and Baltic Sea air.

Baltic Sea Resort Kühlungsborn

As the largest bathing and recreation resort on the Mecklenburg Baltic Sea coast, Kühlungsborn impresses with its wide sandy beaches and one of the longest beach promenades in the region. Nature lovers will find peace and relaxation in Kühlungsborn's extensive municipal forest. The Bastorf lighthouse is suitable as a starting point or destination for fruitful hiking tours.

What Activities does the Baltic Sea Coast offer?

Cycling

Cyclists will find nearly 180 bikeable kilometers along the Mecklenburg Baltic Sea coast. The tour along the Baltic Sea Coast Cycle Route leads from Boltenhagen via the island of Poel to Graal-Müritz. Along the way, you will pass cliffs, coastal forests and lighthouses - and, of course, you can't miss the fish sandwiches that are typical of the region.

Beach Vacation

Wide sandy beaches, long promenades and the seemingly endless sea make the Baltic Sea coast an ideal place for beach vacations . With Heiligendamm as Germany's first seaside resort, a traditional bathing culture has developed along the Mecklenburg Baltic coast, where it is wonderful to relax.

City Tour "SOKO Wismar

Film lovers take note: A very special city tour awaits fans of "SOKO Wismar" in the World Heritage city. On the traces of the popular crime series it goes to well-known filming locations. The city tour of a special kind offers fascinating insights behind the scenes and is an unforgettable event for many.

Riding Vacation

It is the dream of many horse lovers: a ride on the Baltic Sea beach. But not only on the sandy beach it is good to ride. The Rostock Heath, the largest contiguous coastal forest in Germany, has about 60 kilometers of bridle paths along the Baltic Sea coast in the middle of an extensive forest area. Beginners and returning riders can build up trust in the graceful animals during a riding course.

Water Sports

With almost 260 kilometers of coastline, the Mecklenburg Baltic Sea coast is not without reason popular among water sports enthusiasts and recreational captains. Whether it's an excursion on a sailboat or water fun while surfing : The Baltic Sea offers ideal conditions for a day at or on the water. In sailing schools or surfing lessons, even beginners can dare their first attempts.

The Most Popular Sights on the Baltic Coast of Mecklenburg

Bothmer Castle & Castle Park

As one of the largest baroque palace complexes in northern Germany, culture enthusiasts and romantics should pay a visit to Bothmer Castle. The path to the castle and the surrounding park leads through the nearly 270-meter-long Festonallee. Built in the 18th century, it is situated on an island surrounded by a moat, following the Dutch model. In the summer months, numerous music concerts attract visitors to the castle park.

Rhododendron Park Graal-Müritz

It is unique in Mecklenburg: the Rhododendron Park in Graal-Müritz. Located directly behind the dunes of the Baltic Sea beach, nature lovers can enjoy the colorful splendor of the species-rich heather in one of the largest gardens of its kind in Germany. Around 2,500 plants fill the air here between May and June with their unmistakable scent.

Rostock Zoo

A visit to the Rostock Zoo is worthwhile for a family vacation: Around 4,200 animals from all over the world can be marveled at here in just one day. While the Darwineum sends young and old on a spectacular journey through evolution, they meet man's closest relative in the Tropical Hall: the playful orangutans and gorillas bursting with strength. In the Polarium, on the other hand, things are frosty. Here polar bears, penguins and numerous sea creatures can be marveled at.

Bastorf Lighthouse

Situated at a height of 78 meters and with an own height of almost 21 meters, the red brick tower has the highest beacon, which can be found at the German coastal waters: The height of the fire of the Bastorf lighthouse reaches a whole 95.3 meters. For hikers, the tower thus represents a suitable hiking destination that is not easily lost sight of.

World Heritage House in Wismar

Families and those interested in culture can take a look at the history of the Hanseatic city through the ages at the World Heritage House in Wismar . In the process, visitors also learn a lot of interesting facts about the function and goals of UNESCO, while on the upper floor, the restored Wallpaper Hall tells the Greek myth of "Telemach's Journey to the Island of the Goddess Calypso" in an impressive panoramic painting.

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Karls Erlebnis-Dorf

  • Open today
  • Purkshof, 18182 Rövershagen

Karl's Erlebnis-Dorf in Rövershagen near Rostock is the most popular excursion destination in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern and fun for the whole family. In addition to Germany's largest farmers' market, glass manufactories, amusement rides and adventure gastronomy, the leisure farm offers over 70 other attractions. Admission is free.

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© Christian Wolfinger

3D Trick Art Museum

  • Open today
  • Industriestraße, 18057 Rostock

Sometimes you float on a flying carpet, fight against dinosaurs or are reduced in size by the mini-machine. 3D Trick Art - The crazy 3D museum in Rostock.

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© TMV/Thomas Ulrich

Agrarbetrieb Groß Grenz - Milk filling station and Regiobox

  • Dorfstraße, 18258 Benitz

Draw fresh milk directly at the farm and taste regional specialties such as venison and honey from the Regiobox.

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© Frank Burger

Bützow train station

  • Bahnhofstraße, 18246 Bützow

The Bützow train station dates back to 1879.

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DOCK INN Hostel Warnemünde

  • Zum Zollamt, 18119 Rostock

The DOCK INN is Germany's first hostel made of upcycled overseas containers and makes active vacationers, design fans and families equally happy.

Read more: "DOCK INN Hostel Warnemünde"
© Kurverwaltung Ostseebad Insel Poel

Fortress Kirchdorf

  • 23999 Ostseebad Insel Poel

Southwest of Kirchdorf on the island of Poel are the remains of a fortress. It was a two-part complex built from 1614 to 1619, consisting of a rampart around a church and the immediately adjacent star-shaped fortress.

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© Frank Burger

Rühn, monastery church

  • Klosterhof, 18246 Rühn

The monastery church is a single-nave hall church.

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© Kurverwaltung Insel Poel

Fishing boat Gollwitz

  • 23999 Gollwitz

In Gollwitz is an old fishing boat and is very vivid on the land in front of the village pond.

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Salt healing gallery "Salt of the Earth" Warnemünde

  • Kurhausstraße, 18119 Warnemünde

Surrounded by 20 tons of Himalayan and natural rock salt, this unique refuge offers space to regain your inner balance and catch your breath. Enjoy the relaxing and healing atmosphere in the "Salt of the Earth" salt healing gallery in Warnemünde!

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Rostock University of Music and Theatre (hmt)

  • Beim St.-Katharinenstift, 18055 Rostock

With more than 300 public events per year, the Rostock University of Music and Theatre enriches the cultural life of the Hanseatic city and the region. In addition to its events, its historic building, formerly a Franciscan monastery dating from the mid-13th century, is an attraction.

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The street-side view of Tillmann Hahn's GASTHAUS in Haus Astoria, © Benjamin Krüger

Tillmann Hahn's GASTHAUS Kühlungsborn

  • Open today
  • Ostseeallee, 18225 Kühlungsborn

The restaurant of Tillmann Hahn, who was the first chef and star chef to open the Grand Hotel Heiligendamm in 2003 and cooked at the venue of the G8 World Economic Summit until 2008, has been a place with artisan cuisine for every budget with regional products, organic products and a cultural program since 2014.

Read more: "Tillmann Hahn's GASTHAUS Kühlungsborn"
Kalkhorst Castle, © TMV, Danny Gohlke

Kalkhorst Castle

  • Am Park, 23942 Kalkhorst

On the 1st floor of the castle, the art gallery attracts vacation guests interested in art. Some rooms here also serve as accommodation for guests. In the inner courtyard, artists also live and work in the artists' department @LabKalkhorst, and you can look over their shoulders. Anyone who is an art enthusiast will find their favorite place here.

Read more: "Kalkhorst Castle"
© Frank Burger

Dutch Windmill Neubukow

  • Mühlentor, 18233 Neubukow

The gallery holland mill in Neubukow has a long tradition.

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© Moorbad Bad Doberan

Moor bath Bad Doberan

  • Schwaaner Chaussee, 18209 Bad Doberan

Dr. Ebel specialized clinic for medical rehabilitation with a focus on orthopedics, rheumatology and physical medicine.

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© TMV, Danny Gohlke

City Hall Wismar

  • Am Markt, 23966 Wismar

The town hall of the Hanseatic City of Wismar is located on the north side of the market square. It was built in 1819. The town hall is a classicist plaster building, which was built on the remains of a building erected in 1319.

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© Gut Gerdshagen / Bettina Arndt

Gerdshagen Manor

  • Zum Buschlingsberg, 18239 Satow OT Gerdshagen

The Gerdshagen manor house was once built in Renaissance style.

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© Sabrina Wittkopf-Schade

Dorfkirche Hanshagen

  • Straße des Friedens, 17509 Hanshagen

The Gothic church building dates from the 13th century.

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© TMV, Danny Gohlke

Ehm Welk House

  • Dammchaussee, 18209 Bad Doberan

The Literaturhaus is the former home of the writer Ehm Welk.

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© F&F Fisch und Feinkost GmbH

Rostock fish market

  • Warnowpier, 18069 Rostock

In the rustic fish fry kitchen in the Rostock fish market you can enjoy delicious fish directly where it is traded daily. Everything is freshly prepared and you can taste that. In the fish shop of the Rostock fish market you will find a wide selection of fresh fish, raw fish for smoking, frozen fish, seafood and marinades.

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© BgH Alter Fritz/M. Krüger

Brew pub "Zum Alten Fritz

  • Open today
  • Warnowufer, 18057 Rostock

Located in the middle of the city harbor and only a few minutes walk from the city center, we welcome you to our brewery inn "Zum alten Fritz" in Rostock daily from 11.00 am for a convivial get-together.

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© Freizeit- und Familienpark Miniaturstadt Bützow

Leisure and family park miniature town Bützow

  • Nebelring, 18246 Bützow

Bützow in miniature, the "miniature town", is equally attractive to locals and guests. Set back in time to around 1850, the viewer here feels like a giant in dwarf land.

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© Frank Burger

Rose garden Rostock

  • Freely accessible at any time
  • Wallstraße, 18055 Rostock

The Rostock Rose Garden is located between the Steintor and Schwaansche Straße and runs parallel to Wallstraße.

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© KV Boltenhagen

Baltic Sea Lounge

  • Mittelpromenade, 23946 Ostseebad Boltenhagen

Boltenhagen's beach bar directly at the pier

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© HCC Rostock

HCC Rostock

  • Industriestraße, 18069 Rostock

Recreation center - wellness, bowling, ball sports, fitness, mini golf, laser tag, escape rooms, trick art and much more.

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© Frank Burger

Residential and commercial building Bartelmann since 1903

  • Hermannstraße, 18225 Kühlungsborn

The Bartelmann residential and commercial building has been in existence since 1903.

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© Rainer Boldt

Collegiate church Bützow

  • Kirchenplatz, 18246 Bützow

Visits outside visiting hours are possible at any time by arrangement. Visitors report to the parish office in Bützow, Kirchenstraße 04.

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© Ferien- und Reiterhof Landgut Lischow/Schröder

Vacation and riding farm Landgut Lischow

  • Lischow, 23974 Lischow

Not far from the Hanseatic City of Wismar in beautiful nature lies the country estate - Lischow. Vacation with many horses, geese and goats in a closed estate with a large farm pond for fishing and an idyllic park to relax.

Read more: "Vacation and riding farm Landgut Lischow"
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Surfspot Heiligendamm

  • Freely accessible at any time
  • 18209 Heiligendamm

White villas and blue sea - in Germany's oldest Baltic resort you can surf against an intoxicating backdrop. You can enjoy the view in a particularly relaxed way with sideshore winds from the west and east-northeast.

Read more: "Surfspot Heiligendamm"
© TZ Wismar, Alexander Rudolph

St. Nicholas' Church, Wismar

  • St.-Nikolai-Kirchhof, 23966 Wismar

St. Nicholas' was the church of sailors and navigators. Its 37-metre-high nave is the fourth highest nave in Germany. Construction of the present church began in the 14th century.

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Vogel Hotel Apartments & Spa

  • Alexandrinenstraße, 18119 Rostock-Warnemünde

Experience your vacation in Warnemünde and enjoy your stay in our romantic, family-run hotel and apartment house. Our houses are located in the so-called doll's house of Warnemünde, not far from the Warnemünde promenade Alter Strom.

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© Karls Markt OHG

Karls Erlebnis-Dorf

  • Open today
  • Purkshof, 18182 Rövershagen

Karl's Erlebnis-Dorf in Rövershagen near Rostock is the most popular excursion destination in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern and fun for the whole family. In addition to Germany's largest farmers' market, glass manufactories, amusement rides and adventure gastronomy, the leisure farm offers over 70 other attractions. Admission is free.

Read more: "Karls Erlebnis-Dorf"
© Christian Wolfinger

3D Trick Art Museum

  • Open today
  • Industriestraße, 18057 Rostock

Sometimes you float on a flying carpet, fight against dinosaurs or are reduced in size by the mini-machine. 3D Trick Art - The crazy 3D museum in Rostock.

Read more: "3D Trick Art Museum"
© TMV/Thomas Ulrich

Agrarbetrieb Groß Grenz - Milk filling station and Regiobox

  • Dorfstraße, 18258 Benitz

Draw fresh milk directly at the farm and taste regional specialties such as venison and honey from the Regiobox.

Read more: "Agrarbetrieb Groß Grenz - Milk filling station and Regiobox"
© Frank Burger

Bützow train station

  • Bahnhofstraße, 18246 Bützow

The Bützow train station dates back to 1879.

Read more: "Bützow train station"
© DOCK INN GmbH

DOCK INN Hostel Warnemünde

  • Zum Zollamt, 18119 Rostock

The DOCK INN is Germany's first hostel made of upcycled overseas containers and makes active vacationers, design fans and families equally happy.

Read more: "DOCK INN Hostel Warnemünde"
© Kurverwaltung Ostseebad Insel Poel

Fortress Kirchdorf

  • 23999 Ostseebad Insel Poel

Southwest of Kirchdorf on the island of Poel are the remains of a fortress. It was a two-part complex built from 1614 to 1619, consisting of a rampart around a church and the immediately adjacent star-shaped fortress.

Read more: "Fortress Kirchdorf"
© Frank Burger

Rühn, monastery church

  • Klosterhof, 18246 Rühn

The monastery church is a single-nave hall church.

Read more: "Rühn, monastery church"
© Kurverwaltung Insel Poel

Fishing boat Gollwitz

  • 23999 Gollwitz

In Gollwitz is an old fishing boat and is very vivid on the land in front of the village pond.

Read more: "Fishing boat Gollwitz"
© Salzheilstollen "Salz der Erde"

Salt healing gallery "Salt of the Earth" Warnemünde

  • Kurhausstraße, 18119 Warnemünde

Surrounded by 20 tons of Himalayan and natural rock salt, this unique refuge offers space to regain your inner balance and catch your breath. Enjoy the relaxing and healing atmosphere in the "Salt of the Earth" salt healing gallery in Warnemünde!

Read more: "Salt healing gallery "Salt of the Earth" Warnemünde"
© Landesmarketing MV

Rostock University of Music and Theatre (hmt)

  • Beim St.-Katharinenstift, 18055 Rostock

With more than 300 public events per year, the Rostock University of Music and Theatre enriches the cultural life of the Hanseatic city and the region. In addition to its events, its historic building, formerly a Franciscan monastery dating from the mid-13th century, is an attraction.

Read more: "Rostock University of Music and Theatre (hmt)"
The street-side view of Tillmann Hahn's GASTHAUS in Haus Astoria, © Benjamin Krüger

Tillmann Hahn's GASTHAUS Kühlungsborn

  • Open today
  • Ostseeallee, 18225 Kühlungsborn

The restaurant of Tillmann Hahn, who was the first chef and star chef to open the Grand Hotel Heiligendamm in 2003 and cooked at the venue of the G8 World Economic Summit until 2008, has been a place with artisan cuisine for every budget with regional products, organic products and a cultural program since 2014.

Read more: "Tillmann Hahn's GASTHAUS Kühlungsborn"
Kalkhorst Castle, © TMV, Danny Gohlke

Kalkhorst Castle

  • Am Park, 23942 Kalkhorst

On the 1st floor of the castle, the art gallery attracts vacation guests interested in art. Some rooms here also serve as accommodation for guests. In the inner courtyard, artists also live and work in the artists' department @LabKalkhorst, and you can look over their shoulders. Anyone who is an art enthusiast will find their favorite place here.

Read more: "Kalkhorst Castle"
© Frank Burger

Dutch Windmill Neubukow

  • Mühlentor, 18233 Neubukow

The gallery holland mill in Neubukow has a long tradition.

Read more: "Dutch Windmill Neubukow"
© Moorbad Bad Doberan

Moor bath Bad Doberan

  • Schwaaner Chaussee, 18209 Bad Doberan

Dr. Ebel specialized clinic for medical rehabilitation with a focus on orthopedics, rheumatology and physical medicine.

Read more: "Moor bath Bad Doberan"
© TMV, Danny Gohlke

City Hall Wismar

  • Am Markt, 23966 Wismar

The town hall of the Hanseatic City of Wismar is located on the north side of the market square. It was built in 1819. The town hall is a classicist plaster building, which was built on the remains of a building erected in 1319.

Read more: "City Hall Wismar"
© Gut Gerdshagen / Bettina Arndt

Gerdshagen Manor

  • Zum Buschlingsberg, 18239 Satow OT Gerdshagen

The Gerdshagen manor house was once built in Renaissance style.

Read more: "Gerdshagen Manor"
© Sabrina Wittkopf-Schade

Dorfkirche Hanshagen

  • Straße des Friedens, 17509 Hanshagen

The Gothic church building dates from the 13th century.

Read more: "Dorfkirche Hanshagen"
© TMV, Danny Gohlke

Ehm Welk House

  • Dammchaussee, 18209 Bad Doberan

The Literaturhaus is the former home of the writer Ehm Welk.

Read more: "Ehm Welk House"
© F&F Fisch und Feinkost GmbH

Rostock fish market

  • Warnowpier, 18069 Rostock

In the rustic fish fry kitchen in the Rostock fish market you can enjoy delicious fish directly where it is traded daily. Everything is freshly prepared and you can taste that. In the fish shop of the Rostock fish market you will find a wide selection of fresh fish, raw fish for smoking, frozen fish, seafood and marinades.

Read more: "Rostock fish market"
© BgH Alter Fritz/M. Krüger

Brew pub "Zum Alten Fritz

  • Open today
  • Warnowufer, 18057 Rostock

Located in the middle of the city harbor and only a few minutes walk from the city center, we welcome you to our brewery inn "Zum alten Fritz" in Rostock daily from 11.00 am for a convivial get-together.

Read more: "Brew pub "Zum Alten Fritz"
© Freizeit- und Familienpark Miniaturstadt Bützow

Leisure and family park miniature town Bützow

  • Nebelring, 18246 Bützow

Bützow in miniature, the "miniature town", is equally attractive to locals and guests. Set back in time to around 1850, the viewer here feels like a giant in dwarf land.

Read more: "Leisure and family park miniature town Bützow"
© Frank Burger

Rose garden Rostock

  • Freely accessible at any time
  • Wallstraße, 18055 Rostock

The Rostock Rose Garden is located between the Steintor and Schwaansche Straße and runs parallel to Wallstraße.

Read more: "Rose garden Rostock"
© KV Boltenhagen

Baltic Sea Lounge

  • Mittelpromenade, 23946 Ostseebad Boltenhagen

Boltenhagen's beach bar directly at the pier

Read more: "Baltic Sea Lounge"
© HCC Rostock

HCC Rostock

  • Industriestraße, 18069 Rostock

Recreation center - wellness, bowling, ball sports, fitness, mini golf, laser tag, escape rooms, trick art and much more.

Read more: "HCC Rostock"
© Frank Burger

Residential and commercial building Bartelmann since 1903

  • Hermannstraße, 18225 Kühlungsborn

The Bartelmann residential and commercial building has been in existence since 1903.

Read more: "Residential and commercial building Bartelmann since 1903"
© Rainer Boldt

Collegiate church Bützow

  • Kirchenplatz, 18246 Bützow

Visits outside visiting hours are possible at any time by arrangement. Visitors report to the parish office in Bützow, Kirchenstraße 04.

Read more: "Collegiate church Bützow"
© Ferien- und Reiterhof Landgut Lischow/Schröder

Vacation and riding farm Landgut Lischow

  • Lischow, 23974 Lischow

Not far from the Hanseatic City of Wismar in beautiful nature lies the country estate - Lischow. Vacation with many horses, geese and goats in a closed estate with a large farm pond for fishing and an idyllic park to relax.

Read more: "Vacation and riding farm Landgut Lischow"
© surflocal.de

Surfspot Heiligendamm

  • Freely accessible at any time
  • 18209 Heiligendamm

White villas and blue sea - in Germany's oldest Baltic resort you can surf against an intoxicating backdrop. You can enjoy the view in a particularly relaxed way with sideshore winds from the west and east-northeast.

Read more: "Surfspot Heiligendamm"
© TZ Wismar, Alexander Rudolph

St. Nicholas' Church, Wismar

  • St.-Nikolai-Kirchhof, 23966 Wismar

St. Nicholas' was the church of sailors and navigators. Its 37-metre-high nave is the fourth highest nave in Germany. Construction of the present church began in the 14th century.

Read more: "St. Nicholas' Church, Wismar"
© Vogel Hotel Appartements & Spa OHG

Vogel Hotel Apartments & Spa

  • Alexandrinenstraße, 18119 Rostock-Warnemünde

Experience your vacation in Warnemünde and enjoy your stay in our romantic, family-run hotel and apartment house. Our houses are located in the so-called doll's house of Warnemünde, not far from the Warnemünde promenade Alter Strom.

Read more: "Vogel Hotel Apartments & Spa"
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