|sea - Germany
City of Bremerhaven is a port of Bremen. Together they form a separate and the smallest land in Germany. City is fairly new (founded in 1827) and located on the seafront, so almost all of the attractions are connected with the sea, read more...
|Traditional German seaside resort on the Baltic Sea, opened in 1880. We recommend it because of its beautiful wooden architecture and the overall atmosphere, read more...
|St. Peter-Ording is the mayor resort of Schleswig-Holstein, the only seaside resort in Germany with a sulphur spring. The geography of this place is very interesting. The coast is very flat and tides can be up to 3 meters. Therefore, between the sandy beach and the hotels is a 1 kilometer buffer zone, read more...
|The Westerheversand Lighthouse, built in 1908, is the most famous lighthouse in Germany and a symbol of the north of the country. Stands in the middle of the fields with absolutely nothing for a few kilometers around. Two identical houses are built near the lighthouse, in one of them there is a local registry office. The place is very unusual and worth a visit, read more...
|High shores between Travemunde and Nindorf (Brodtener Ufer)
|High shores can be found in many places on the Baltic Sea in Germany. One of these places is located between the port and the resort of Travemünde and Nindorf. This is the Brodtener Steilufer Nature Reserve, read more...
|Jasmund National Park
|High chalk cliffs among the green forest and above the sea - this is the Jasmund National Park. The smallest national park in Germany and quite new, was formed in 1990, read more...
|A small fishing village in East Frisia on the shores of the Wadden Sea. Recently it has turned into a popular resort, mainly because of the historical center, which has been preserved in excellent condition. The village is a great base for cycling and hiking. We spent the night here to take a walk in the area and see the Pilsum lighthouse, read more...
|We came to the seaside resort Grömitz for a weekend, to relax with a small child. Stayed at Carat Apartments Grömitz (booking.com), but in general the whole seafront is full of hotels, read more...
|Cape with high chalk cliffs on the island of Rügen. In addition to natural beauty, it is also of historical importance; here was located the Jaromarsburg sanctuary of the ancient Slavic tribe, read more...
|Helgoland for a long time remained the last region of Germany, which we did not visit. Now I'm ready to say that this is the most interesting place in the country and what is important very few people have heard about it. It was really difficult to get here with overnight stay, read more...
|Prora giant holiday home on the island of Ruegen
|The unique project of the Third Reich. The hotel building, designed for 20 thousand tourists, read more...