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The German Baltic Sea is one of the lesser-known vacation destination gems in Europe. This spectacular coastal region boasts stunning white-sand beaches, unspoiled islands, and quaint fishing villages. The Baltic Coastline stretches for nearly 1,500 miles along the north-east coast of Germany, including the shorelines of islands and bays. Bask in the beauty of the region with walks at tranquil nature reserves. Swim and sunbathe on the pristine beaches. Sail around the waters, and enjoy a range of water sports. The German Baltic Sea region offers endless fun and beauty for all who visit.A vacation rental in paradise
Treat yourself and your loved ones to a charming, memorable getaway on Germany’s Baltic Sea coast. This region is home to a wide range of idyllic vacation rentals, with a little something for every type of traveller. Couples can stay in a cozy, romantic vacation rental with a private balcony and a spectacular view of the sea. Opt for a rental with a sauna and a hot tub where you can enjoy some much deserved rest and relaxation. Stay in an idyllic vacation rental just steps away from a white sand beach, where you can enjoy swimming and sunbathing any time you like. Several rentals are situated in nature with a large garden space and plenty of privacy. Families can enjoy oversized rental options, some of which are designed to sleep up to 15 people. At your vacation rental in the Baltic Sea region, you can enjoy all the modern amenities you would ever need as the vast majority of rentals are equipped with Wi-Fi, heating, air-conditioning, and fully functioning kitchens. With so many excellent vacation rental options to choose from, you’ll be sure to find the perfect one for your vacation in the Baltic Sea!
Vacations in the Baltic Sea
The area and getting around
The Baltic Sea Region of Germany encompasses a vast area of coastline, islands, peninsulas, and nature reserves. Depending on which area of the Baltic Sea Region you will be spending your vacation, you may be able to rely on public transport to reach your destination, or you may need to drive yourself via a private car. Having a private car allows you the most freedom to explore and discover the many gems of the Baltic Sea Region. You can hire a car in any major town or city in Germany.Getting around the Baltic Sea Region of Germany
To see the most of what the Baltic Sea Region has to offer, it is advisable to hire a car and drive yourself during your vacation. If you’ll be staying on an island or in a small town for the duration of your trip, however, it’s possible that you may be able to rely on your own two feet to get around as many of the islands, villages, and small towns in this region are walkable.
Travellers and activities
Try something a little different with your significant other and dive head first into one of the quirkier sides of German culture with a visit to one of Germany’s finest nude beaches: Lubmin Beach. Germany is well-known for its nudist culture, and it is regarded as no big deal to wear as much or as little clothes as you fancy on Lubmin Beach. The beach itself is stunning with powdery-white sands, scenic cliffs, and dense pine forests. You can enjoy a range of activities here aside from swimming and sunbathing. Go hiking in the woodlands, do a guided horse riding tour, go fishing, and enjoy great nearby dining options.The Baltic Sea Region for families
Take a family trip to the stunning Hanseatic seaside town of Stralsund. The picturesque town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is home to a vast number of historic buildings and attractions. Here you can stroll around the old town district which boasts Gothic architecture and medieval buildings. It’s a great destination to dive into the history of the region while enjoying the coastal beauty of the region at the same time. Visit the aquarium, browse the museums, walk through the charming streets, and visit medieval cathedrals.
Germany’s Baltic Sea coast is sometimes referred to as the “German Riviera.” The German word for the Baltic Sea is “Ostsee,” which translates to East Sea.
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The idyllic island of Rügen is the biggest island in Germany and is known for its incredible white-sand beaches, turquoise waters, and stunning scenery. It is known to be one of the sunniest and warmest places in Germany, which has lent to its reputation as one of the best tourist resorts in the country. The charming main town on the island boasts historic buildings, lovely boulevards, and a great selection of shops and restaurants. There are nearly 40 miles of white-sandy shoreline on the island, with several incredible beaches to discover all around.2. Visit Fehmarn Island
Most well known for its spectacular natural areas, Fehmarn Island is a nature lover’s paradise. This island is a popular choice to enjoy untouched beaches, world-class birdwatching, and a range of wind and water sports. Visit the windswept shores of Südstrand beach where you can enjoy swimming, sunbathing, and walking along the lovely promenade. Walk to Fehmarn Flügge lighthouse where you can admire stunning panoramic views from the top. There is a waterbird reserve where you can watch for local bird species as well.3. Go to Usedom Island
Usedom is a peaceful Baltic island known for its vast nature reserves and unspoilt beaches. Go here to enjoy a beach vacation on stunning white-sand beaches, like Strand Swinemunde or Heringsdorf Pier. If you’re interested in history you can visit the Historical Technical Museum to learn about the island’s history during World War II. Visit the seaside towns of Heringsdorf, Bansin, and Ahibeck to enjoy great shopping and dining, as well as strolls down the lovely piers and promenades.4. Stroll or cycle around Vorpommersche Boddenlandschaft National Park
This spectacular, enormous coastal park boasts a nice selection of walking and cycling trails for visitors to explore. Visit the picturesque lighthouse, enjoy birdwatching, and discover scenic, wild beaches. This park spans over peninsulas, islands, and lagoons, with an endless number of raw landscapes to explore. A visit to this national park is a must for any nature lover in the Baltic Sea region.5. Visit the picturesque town of Flensburg
The picturesque seaside town of Flensburg sits along the tip of a fjord and boasts colourful charming streets lined with specialty shops. Considered one of the nicest towns along Germany’s Baltic Coast, Flensburg has a little something for every type of traveller. Families can visit Panomenta, a fun science and learning centre with interactive exhibits. Browse the art collections at Museumsberg Flensburg. Shop for treasures along the idyllic street of Rote Straße. Last but not least, don’t forget to try delicious traditional German cuisine at one of the many local eateries around the town.