The Baltic in Mecklenburg-West Pomerania greets its visitors, whatever the time of year, with fascinating displays of nature. In the summer the sun sinks into the sea like a red-hot ball of fire and in the autumn the thundering of the Baltic cannot fail to make an impression. Excursions to see the natural environment are many and varied: sandy beaches and cliffs, islands and bays are all to be found along the coast of north-west Mecklenburg.
Dithmarschen has something for everyone! Whether it’s a walk along the seabed at the Wadden Sea UNESCO world heritage site, a stroll through tranquil harbours or watching ocean-going liners on the Kiel Canal; whether it’s enjoying the unique north German landscape, having an adventure holiday on a farm or taking part in sporting activities that stimulate both mind and body, we have the right holiday for you, whatever your tastes.
If you are looking for a few relaxing days in the countryside, you will find a very special place in the northern Lüneburg Heath. Whether you’re cycling or on foot, there’s a lot to discover, with seemingly infinite views across the Heath as you watch the birds or listen to the bleating of the moorland sheep – an intense experience that allows you to forget the stresses of everyday life.
There are lots of beautifully laid-out golf courses in the Hamburg Metropolitan Region. Golf has been played in Schleswig-Holstein for over 100 years, and it’s a wonderful place to play your favourite sport – out in the fresh air, between the North Sea and the Baltic and away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Here, you can truly unwind on some superbly-maintained fairways in the land between the seas.
The countryside around Rotenburg (Wümme) has much to offer nature lovers. Flat, wide-open and unique! This is the impression given by the slightly hilly north German landscape with all its natural and cultural diversity. The well-known NORDPFADE – northern paths – are particularly attractive for walks and recreation in wonderful countryside at any time of year.