With its numerous paradisiacal beaches, the Fischland-Darß-Zingst peninsula is worth more than just a trip. Idyllic forests in a large national park, a comprehensive range of leisure activities on, in and around the water and numerous cultural highlights are waiting to be discovered and visited. Learn more about the unique nature in one of the many local and natural history museums or in the artists' colony of Ahrenshoop. Enjoy your holiday between Baltic Sea and Bodden, in the white sand dunes and recover by the natural healing power of the salt water air.
Not just for ornithologists one of the top excursion destinations in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. There are also a large number of sights in the area south of the Boddenküste. To escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life, the Bodden Coast invites you to go cycling, hiking and water sports with its unique nature. If you are looking for peace and want to look in the distance, here is just right. This calmness also attracts a great diversity of plants and animals in the region. Through the many small museums the area is varied to explore.
Everywhere within the city wall you will find the traces of bakingsteine - take a look and discover the world cultural heritage!
Stralsund's historical past is also to be found in the museums of the city. Visit, for example, the cultural-historical museum or the Welterbe exhibition. A special highlight and a must for tourists are the visit of the Ozeaneum and the German Sea Museum.
All Stralsund is surrounded by water - be it the urban ponds or Strelasund, which allows the direct connection to the Baltic Sea.
In addition to the 60 km of fine sandy beaches, Germany's largest island offers a scenic and structural diversity. Visit the vibrant Baltic Sea baths or the great national parks of the island, world-famous views along the coast, alleys, dreamy fishing villages or the numerous hilltop graves and potters, parks and gardens as well as castles and manor houses.