With its wide beaches and fine, light-coloured sand, the Baltic sea coast is an attractive holiday destination. The beautiful seaside resorts of Warnemünde, Kühlungsborn and Boltenhagen are worth a visit, as are the popular towns of Eutin and Lübeck.
You can enjoy the warmth of the sun during the summer months on the mostly level and sandy beaches. The shallows of the sea make it possible for even the youngest to swim. In the other seasons, you can also take lovely walks on the beach from your holiday home, and enjoy the beautiful surroundings. Or take a trip by car or bicycle along the breathtaking coastline. The beaches are interspersed with huge rock formations and a beautiful view over the German Wadden Sea. The island of Rügen is known for its steep limestone cliffs. Other popular islands are Poel, Usedom and Hiddensee.
If you are looking for relaxation, you are definitely in the right place, but activities such as water sports, golf, fishing, climbing and walking are also included in the many possibilities. Active water sports enthusiasts can take advantage of the opportunities for surfing, kiting, diving, sailing and boating. Relaxation and wellness are keywords for this region. Let yourself be pampered in one of the spas and return home a new you after a relaxing holiday., You will enjoy real peace and quiet during your stay in one of the holiday homes on the Baltic sea.
Besides these active and relaxing opportunities, there is no lack of culture in this area. Several Hanseatic cities, such as Stralsund, Rostock and Wismar, offer a wealth of well-preserved monuments in addition to a medieval layout. The oldest Ostseebadpost Heiligendamm was the beginning of the tourist history of the region, and is a great place to visit. Discover this fantastic region, and book a holiday home on the Baltic sea.
There are 900+ Belvilla houses around the Baltic Sea.
Hill of Crosses, Narva Castle, Vasa Museum, Kurshskaya Kosa, and Riga Central Market are some of the places to visit at the Baltic Sea.
Some of the must try activities at the Baltic Sea are:
Travellers from the UK can reach the Baltic Sea via flights, connecting trains, or ferries.
The ideal time to visit the Baltic Sea is in the months of May and September.