The Baltic Sea islands – seaside resorts and wellness, luxury and secluded coves
Wellness enthusiasts and lovers of relaxation will be spoilt for choice on the Baltic Sea islands. The islands' gorgeous, sandy beaches and stunning natural scenery will also delight romantic souls and those enjoying recuperative breaks.
Rügen is Germany's largest island. Its 926 square kilometres contain everything you need for a perfect holiday: Baltic beaches as far as the eye can see, unspoilt natural surroundings and luxurious seaside resorts. A dream – in the middle of the Baltic.
The island of Poel is an enticing destination, thanks to its healthy sea air and picturesque scenery. Beautiful natural surroundings, long sandy beaches and a charming harbour district are all features of the largest Baltic island in the Bay of Mecklenburg.
42 kilometres of fine sandy beaches, five elegant piers stretching out into the turquoise-blue Baltic, salty sea air and unspoilt natural surroundings: Usedom is a dream of a destination, where rest and relaxation are guaranteed.
Ummanz, Rügen's small sister island in the Baltic Sea, has a special ambiance of calm and tranquillity. With its charming fishing villages and unspoilt scenery, it offers everything you need for a relaxing break.
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