Surfing on the Baltic Sea in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern

The Perfect Wave for Surfing

Surfing on the beach of Warnemünde on the Baltic Sea, © TMV/Roth

Surfing on the Baltic Sea in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern

The Perfect Wave for Surfing

Hawaii is located on the Baltic Sea coast: So, very quickly on the next wave!

Hawaii is located on the Baltic Sea coast: So, very quickly on the next wave!

Shallow water, clear water, playful and uncomplicated waves bring to Mecklenburg-Vorpommern's coasts the longed-for surfing fun with challenge, but without much effort. Surfing vacations in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern

Table of Contents:

  1. Surfing vacations in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
  2. Riding the "ferry wave" in Warnemünde
  3. Surfspots at the Baltic Sea: The best beaches for surfing
  4. Learn to surf at the Baltic Sea

 

Surfing vacations in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern: Surfing, windsurfing and kiting

Where water and wind meet on the Baltic Sea coast in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, wave fun is guaranteed for water sports enthusiasts.
Due to the often prevailing winds from the west and northwest, there are also numerous surf spots for windsurfing as well as kitesurfing. And there are also a few beautiful spots inland.

All spots can be reached quickly and easily by car, parking is usually possible directly at the meadow or beach.

Surfspots at the Baltic Sea: The Best Beaches for Surfing

Besides Warnemünde, the spot in Barendorf, near Wismar in the Bay of Lübeck, offers less hustle and bustle with the best wind from the west and a fine beach.Beginners to professional surfers cavort in Neuhaus on the Darß peninsula, with the best wind from the southwest, which can sometimes bring waves up to 3 meters high. On normal days, these waves run cleanly over an offshore sandbank.
Professionals who want real action and are not afraid of a somewhat tedious outward journey will find real challenges in Kreptitz on the island of Rügen.

Have you already ridden the infamous Ferry Wave in Warnemünde?

Especially popular and unique in Germany are the ferry waves in Warnemünde: Every two hours on the minute, the Baltic ferries wash outgoing wave crests between 50 and 150 centimeters high onto Rostock's wide, white sandy beach - perfect standing waves.

Respect Nature

Mecklenburg-Vorpommern is rich in nature and biodiversity. For this reason, it is especially important that you inquire about the protected areas and quiet zones for local animals.
Sensitive areas include reed zones and reed beds, which you should keep your distance from. You should also find out about the water sports possibilities in the nature reserves. Some of these areas are closed to water sports all year round or can only be used at certain times.
In addition, every surf school in MV has instructions for water sports enthusiasts for navigating the waters on site.
An overview of all nature reserves can be found on the page of the National Natural Landscapes of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern.

Surfspots at the Baltic Sea and Lake District

Surfing spots in MV - Shallow water, flat water and wave spots for every wind direction

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© Marie Kohlen

DeafVentures

  • Suhrendorf, 18569 Ummanz

DeafVentures offers you kitesurfing courses that are adapted to your needs. The team includes two deaf kitesurfing instructors, a sign language interpreter and a hearing kitesurfing instructor who also diligently learns DGS!

Read more: "DeafVentures"
Small Müritz, © surflocal.de

Surfspot Waren (Müritz)

  • Freely accessible at any time
  • 17192 Waren (Müritz)

Windsurfers in the small town of Waren (Müritz) will be happy about a good inland area with northeast to south winds and a camping site directly at the spot. The local surf school will provide you with equipment. Kiting is prohibited here.

Read more: "Surfspot Waren (Müritz)"
Wieker Bodden, © surflocal.de

Surfspot Dranske

  • Freely accessible at any time
  • 18556 Dranske

The main spot is located in the middle of the town on the Wieker Bodden - protected from the open Baltic Sea. You can set up and launch on a large meadow. In front of it, there is a large shallow water area with a 200-meter wide standing area. A little insider tip: With east and west winds, you can enjoy the jet effect.

Read more: "Surfspot Dranske"
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Surfspot Zingst

  • Strandübergang, 18374 Zingst

The water sports zone in Zingst is located at beach entrance 6. The spot works perfectly with west and east. Then you can surf relaxed in sideshore conditions between the narrow groynes out into the Baltic Sea waves.

Read more: "Surfspot Zingst"
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Surfspot Ahrenshoop

  • Freely accessible at any time
  • 18347 Ahrenshoop

Painters, sculptors and potters love Ahrenshoop - as well as wave artists. Southwest to north winds are particularly inspiring. You can live out your creativity on two sections of the beach: At the Hohe Ufer or further north at Aufgang 3.

Read more: "Surfspot Ahrenshoop"
Vitter Bodden, © surflocal.de

Surfspot Hiddensee

  • 18565 Insel Hiddensee

The car-free island of Hiddensee is an adventure playground for wave experts, especially with winds from the southwest to the north. In front of the natural beach, almost big waves start up for Baltic Sea conditions - in strong northwest winds, the green rollers build up to three meters.

Read more: "Surfspot Hiddensee"
© surflocal.de

Surfspot Altefähr

  • Freely accessible at any time
  • 18573 Altefähr

At the Strelasund you can surf with a southeast to west wind with a view of the skyline of the Hanseatic City of Stralsund and the impressive Rügen Bridge. On the lawn you have plenty of space to set up.

Read more: "Surfspot Altefähr"
Baltic Sea, © surflocal.de

Surfspot Zinnowitz

  • 17454 Zinnowitz

Shallow-water fanatics are at the wrong address in Zinnowitz. With a strong breeze from the east, first-class Baltic Sea waves roll onto the fine sandy beach here. In the high season, however, you can only enjoy the spectacle outside the bathing zone because of the many vacationers.

Read more: "Surfspot Zinnowitz"
© surflocal.de

Surfspot Stuthof

  • Freely accessible at any time
  • 18146 Stuthof

On the eastern shore of the Breitling, you will find a small but fine shallow water area and a water sports school when the wind blows from the southwest to the northwest. And it's only a 20-minute drive from Rostock.

Read more: "Surfspot Stuthof"
Baltic Sea, © surflocal.de

Surfspot Ahlbeck

  • Freely accessible at any time
  • 17419 Ahlbeck

One of the most beautiful Baltic resorts on the Island of Usedom is Ahlbeck and a super spot for wave beginners. Up to 80 meters from the beach, the Baltic Sea is still shallow. Relaxed sideshore conditions are provided by wind from the northwest and east.

Read more: "Surfspot Ahlbeck"
© Marie Kohlen

DeafVentures

  • Suhrendorf, 18569 Ummanz

DeafVentures offers you kitesurfing courses that are adapted to your needs. The team includes two deaf kitesurfing instructors, a sign language interpreter and a hearing kitesurfing instructor who also diligently learns DGS!

Read more: "DeafVentures"
Small Müritz, © surflocal.de

Surfspot Waren (Müritz)

  • Freely accessible at any time
  • 17192 Waren (Müritz)

Windsurfers in the small town of Waren (Müritz) will be happy about a good inland area with northeast to south winds and a camping site directly at the spot. The local surf school will provide you with equipment. Kiting is prohibited here.

Read more: "Surfspot Waren (Müritz)"
Wieker Bodden, © surflocal.de

Surfspot Dranske

  • Freely accessible at any time
  • 18556 Dranske

The main spot is located in the middle of the town on the Wieker Bodden - protected from the open Baltic Sea. You can set up and launch on a large meadow. In front of it, there is a large shallow water area with a 200-meter wide standing area. A little insider tip: With east and west winds, you can enjoy the jet effect.

Read more: "Surfspot Dranske"
© surflocal.de

Surfspot Zingst

  • Strandübergang, 18374 Zingst

The water sports zone in Zingst is located at beach entrance 6. The spot works perfectly with west and east. Then you can surf relaxed in sideshore conditions between the narrow groynes out into the Baltic Sea waves.

Read more: "Surfspot Zingst"
© surflocal.de

Surfspot Ahrenshoop

  • Freely accessible at any time
  • 18347 Ahrenshoop

Painters, sculptors and potters love Ahrenshoop - as well as wave artists. Southwest to north winds are particularly inspiring. You can live out your creativity on two sections of the beach: At the Hohe Ufer or further north at Aufgang 3.

Read more: "Surfspot Ahrenshoop"
Vitter Bodden, © surflocal.de

Surfspot Hiddensee

  • 18565 Insel Hiddensee

The car-free island of Hiddensee is an adventure playground for wave experts, especially with winds from the southwest to the north. In front of the natural beach, almost big waves start up for Baltic Sea conditions - in strong northwest winds, the green rollers build up to three meters.

Read more: "Surfspot Hiddensee"
© surflocal.de

Surfspot Altefähr

  • Freely accessible at any time
  • 18573 Altefähr

At the Strelasund you can surf with a southeast to west wind with a view of the skyline of the Hanseatic City of Stralsund and the impressive Rügen Bridge. On the lawn you have plenty of space to set up.

Read more: "Surfspot Altefähr"
Baltic Sea, © surflocal.de

Surfspot Zinnowitz

  • 17454 Zinnowitz

Shallow-water fanatics are at the wrong address in Zinnowitz. With a strong breeze from the east, first-class Baltic Sea waves roll onto the fine sandy beach here. In the high season, however, you can only enjoy the spectacle outside the bathing zone because of the many vacationers.

Read more: "Surfspot Zinnowitz"
© surflocal.de

Surfspot Stuthof

  • Freely accessible at any time
  • 18146 Stuthof

On the eastern shore of the Breitling, you will find a small but fine shallow water area and a water sports school when the wind blows from the southwest to the northwest. And it's only a 20-minute drive from Rostock.

Read more: "Surfspot Stuthof"
Baltic Sea, © surflocal.de

Surfspot Ahlbeck

  • Freely accessible at any time
  • 17419 Ahlbeck

One of the most beautiful Baltic resorts on the Island of Usedom is Ahlbeck and a super spot for wave beginners. Up to 80 meters from the beach, the Baltic Sea is still shallow. Relaxed sideshore conditions are provided by wind from the northwest and east.

Read more: "Surfspot Ahlbeck"
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Learn to Surf at the Baltic Sea

Many of the surf schools in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern offer taster and beginner courses at moderate prices. In a practical training session, participants get a good overview of material, wave theory, paddling and stand-up techniques and complete their first wave ride.

At the schools in MV on the coasts and shores, you can rely on the licensing standards of the Association of German Watersport Schools (VDWS): Brand new equipment is provided, trained trainers with a lot of practical experience, small groups or individual learning 1:1 bring quick success.

Water sports schools & equipment rental

Schools for kiters, surfers, surfers and stand-up paddlers

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Kitesurfing school kiteverein.de

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Surfcenter Wustrow

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Kitemafia hall

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Oceanblue Watersports

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Kite school Darss

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Supreme SURFBUS - surf school surf store events

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Surfing and kitesurfing school Usedom

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Kite and surf school Rügen-Kite

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Surf school Barth

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Marlow canoe and boat rental

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Kitesurfing school Pepelow

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Catamaran and surf mill

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HW-Shapes has a versatile offer in the field of Stand-Up Paddling. From individual and group lessons to organized tours, corporate and student events, and multi-day camping tours on the SUP. More information is available here at www.sup-rostock.de., © © Matthias Marx | HW-Shapes

HW-Shapes Surfshop & Surf School

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Water sports Fleesensee

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© Felix Gänsicke

Supremesurf Beachhouse

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Surfhostel Rügen

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