Schleswig-Holstein and the Baltic Coast

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  • 1. Alter Strom

    Inland from the lighthouse is this yacht marina. Once the entry into the port of Warnemünde, it now has bars, plenty of good restaurants, and...Read More

  • 2. Buhne 16 and Rotes Kliff

    Kampen's beach—divided into the Buhne 16 and the Rotes Kliff—is the place where the rich and famous meet average Joes. Buhne 16 is Germany's most...Read More

  • 3. Hörnum Beach

    The town of Hörnum is bordered on three sides by a rock-free, fine-white-sand beach that is perfect for paddling, quick dips in the sea, or...Read More

  • 4. Jagdschloss Granitz

    Standing on the highest point of East Rügen, 2 km (1 mile) south of Binz, is the Jagdschloss Granitz, a hunting lodge built in 1837–1846....Read More

  • 5. Kap Arkona

    Marking the northernmost point in eastern Germany is the lighthouse at Kap Arkona, a nature lover's paradise filled with blustery sand dunes. The redbrick lighthouse...Read More

  • 6. Kieler Hafen

    At Germany's largest passenger-shipping harbor, you can always catch a glimpse of one of the many ferries leaving for Norway from the Oslokai (Oslo Quay)...Read More

  • 7. Leuchtturm

    Children enjoy climbing the 135 steps to the top of the town landmark, a 115-foot-high lighthouse, dating from 1898; on clear days it offers views...Read More

  • 8. Prora

    This is one of the finest beaches on Rügen, and there's probably not another place like it in the world—think fine white beach bordered by...Read More

  • 9. Rotes Kliff

    One of the island's best-known features is this dune cliff on the northern end of the Kampen beaches, which turns an eerie dark red when...Read More

  • 10. Sassnitz

    This small fishing town is the island's harbor for ferries to Sweden. Sassnitz is surrounded by some of the most pristine nature to be found...Read More

  • 11. St. Georgen zu Wismar

    One of northern Germany's biggest Gothic churches, built between 1315 and 1404, St. Georgen zu Wismar stands next to the Fürstenhof. It was a victim...Read More

  • 12. St. Marienkirche

    This enormous church is the largest of Stralsund's three redbrick Gothic churches. With 4,000 pipes and intricate decorative figures, the magnificent 17th-century Stellwagen organ (played...Read More

  • 13. Ückeritz

    One of the best-kept secrets on Usedom, this 12-km-long (7½-mile-long) beach is quite busy in the north but almost deserted farther south. The area is...Read More

  • 14. Warnemünde Beach

    The beach fronting the resort town of Warnemünde is one of Germany's most popular and it can get fairly crowded in summer. The expansive beach,...Read More

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