BEST RESORTS OF GERMAN BALTIC
More than two centuries have passed since the first continental resort of Europe was founded in Heiligendamm. Baltic resorts are especially popular on
coastline of Germany. There are many comfortable wellness hotels here – from cozy, family-run, rustic-style to luxurious castle houses with state-of-the-art spas and gourmet restaurants. The source of strength and health – the natural wealth of the region. Coastal mud and even the chalk rocks of the coastal cliffs of Rugen have natural healing properties. The mild maritime climate, the healing properties of minerals, algae and water acquired the German Baltic for the fame of the leading European center of thalassotherapy.
The Thalassotherapy Center at the Neptun Hotel in the legendary Baltic resort of Warnemünde was opened in 2001. It offers massages with drip showers, wellness sea baths, wraps and algotherapy.
Schleswig-Holstein. The salty wind, the endless beach, the cozy strandcore armchair, the northern sun, the pleasure in every breath – how else to describe the day on one of the many beaches of Schleswig-Holstein? In beach hotels, you can restore vitality and get acquainted with the amazing nature of the sea region. Weissenhaus Grand Village Resort & Spa is located in a cozy palace manor by the sea and is considered the most unusual beach hotel in Europe.
Lubeck. Museum of Nature and the Environment
Halfway between Berlin and Hamburg lies a picturesque region that has attracted travelers from all over the world for centuries. Secular resorts and fishing villages, the spiers of Gothic cathedrals and castles as in a fairy tale are called to travel on foot, by bicycle, on oars or at the helm.
Rocky beach on the island of Rügen
The special theme is Baltica as the cradle of the Hanseatic League. Merchant quarters, offices of marine artels and old port warehouses contain memories of sea voyages. The powerful European dynasties also left their mark on the history of Mecklenburg: 2,000 castles, palace and park complexes and manors.
Mecklenburg. Young woman resting in a hammock on the beach
Water. It is not for nothing that Mecklenburg is called the most spacious bathroom in Germany, where they forgot to turn off the lights: the length of the Baltic beaches is more than 2000 kilometers, there are more than 2000 lakes, and the number of sunny days doesn’t compare any region of Germany to the coastal Mecklenburg.
Beach breakfast on the Baltic Sea
First-hand. The culinary landscape of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania can not be appreciated. For visiting gourmets, spontaneous tastings are organized, “glutton days” and weeks exclusively for those who like to eat tasty food. Absolutely everything that fizzles in a pan or boils in a saucepan, of excellent quality and surely locally produced. We are waiting for you to visit, we will lay the table together!