Offering activities all year round, the Baltic Sea with its regions further inland makes the perfect getaway. Whether you are looking for a beach holiday, wanting to explore history and culture of various places including Hanseatic cities or simply enjoy undisturbed nature and breathtaking scenery, the Baltic has interesting yet relaxing holidays in store for you and something new to discover every day.
You will find historical and modern architecture side by side. Visit former fishing villages with thatched cottages. In old Hanseatic cities and holiday resorts history is still alive through original architecture of the upper class society like Wilhelmenian style buildings (neo barock architecture from late 19th to early 20th century), magnificent brick churches, fortresses and castles.
Modern seaside resorts along the Baltic coast, on its islands and peninsulas boast white sandy beaches, splendid parks and greenery, piers and promenades. Whereas the hustle and bustle of Hanseatic towns with their remarkable choice of events and entertainment remind you of a holiday in a city.
Whatever you are looking for there are cultural events and leisure activities for all the family: theatres, open air events, leisure parks, guided tours, Nordic walking, beach volleyball, high rope courses (for climbing, balance and adventure outdoors, just off the shore) and water sports like sailing and pools, only to mention a few.
From small family-run to 5-star hotel you will find accommodation for everyone's taste and budget: guest houses, B&Bs, self catering, holiday apartments, holiday homes, camp sites and caravan parks.
(All statements without guarantee. We reserve the right to change.)
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