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Through the Peenetal to the Baltic Sea

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In Germany, many rivers have lost their natural course and floodplain landscape. Not so the Peene. It is a river in its natural course. Bank areas overgrown with reeds, islands in the course of the river, and partly in wide meanders, the Peene flows through its natural bed towards the Baltic Sea. Behind Anklam, the Peene widens in a delta towards the Stettiner Haff and the backwaters of the island of Usedom. The stream runs high to Wolgast along the Western Pomeranian coast, where it loses itself in the Baltic Sea in the Greifswalder Bodden near Peenemünde.

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  • Good value for money
  • Tour incl. hotels and luggage transport
  • Extensive route booklet & GPS data
  • Top brand rental bikes bookable
  • More than 30 years of experience
View of the Müritz in Röbel

Arrive on your own. Müritzstadt is the starting point for your cycle tour along the Peene. The Peene is still what you can call an original river with a natural flow. In the coming days, this river landscape will determine the landscape of your cycle tour on the way to the Baltic Sea.

Overnight place: Waren (Müritz) or Klink

Today the journey goes through the wide undulating landscape of Mecklenburg Switzerland to the Reuterstadt Stavenhagen. Anyone interested in the Low German literature of the local writer Fritz Reuter will find comprehensive information in the Reuter Museum there. Over 1000-year-old oak trees can be admired not far from Stavenhagen near Ivenack.

Overnight place: Stavenhagen

Past the Malchiner See to the Kummerower See, which marks the beginning of the Peene.
From Verchen on Lake Kummerow you follow the course of the Peenetal to Demmin in Western Pomerania.

Overnight place: Demmin or surroundings

On the way to Loitz, an observation tower at the upper edge of the valley offers a spectacular view of the expanse of the river, its tributaries, reed beds and islets. Time to observe the birdlife and life on the river. The landscape around the river valley becomes increasingly flat and the wide sky over Western Pomerania accompanies your journey to or from Anklam.

Overnight place: Love or Anklam

Anklam was badly damaged in World War II. The history of the city is documented in a permanent exhibition in the Marienkirche. The museum dedicated to the aviation pioneer Otto Lilienthal is a must (own). Continue either to the Anklamer ferry to Usedom or around the Peene delta on the cycle path to the Anklamer bridge to the island of Usedom. On the lagoon side you cycle up to the imperial baths. A short detour to Kamminke rewards the cyclist with a wide view of the Szczecin Lagoon above the village.

Overnight place: Imperial baths or surroundings

Into the hustle and bustle of the baths. The cyclist rides in the 1st row along the coast on the cycle path with a view of the Baltic Sea. Perhaps you would like to visit the Polish town of Świnoujście before continuing on to the northern part of the island to Wolgast. The cycle path goes along the more than 8 km long promenade to Swinemünde. The old seaside resort has its charm and enjoys a wide, sometimes sophisticated beach promenade with restaurants, cafés and shops. Follow the Baltic Coast Cycle Path up to Peenemünde and back along the Storm to the Hanseatic city of Wolgast. 

Overnight place: Wolgast

Wolgast was once a princely residence of the Pomeranian dukes. But also the city of the painter Philipp Otto Runge. A 19th century artist of the Romantic period. Your journey follows the mainland side of the river to Freest, famous for its fishermen's carpets, and on to the seaside resort of Lubmin. Now the Greifswalder Bodden on the right hand side forms the lake scenery of your cycle tour with the destination and the city silhouette of Greifswald in the west. Greifswald is a university town and is home to the Pomeranian State Museum, which shows the history of the state and a collection of paintings worth seeing to the interested visitor.  

Overnight place: Greifswald or the surrounding area

After breakfast, you will travel home on your own to Waren (Müritz). Alternatively, there is the option of an extra night in Greifswald or you can use the option of a return transfer to Waren.

Overnight place: Greifswald (departure)

  • 7 nights in hotels of the booked category, including breakfast
  • Luggage transfer from hotel to hotel (9am-18pm)
  • 7 days service hotline
  • 1x per room extensive travel documents with maps/route description for the tour
  • GPS data on request
Price in € per person * Cat I
Double room including breakfast €669
Single room including breakfast €899

Seasonal prices

From 06.05.2023/23.09.2023 to XNUMX

  • €110,00 surcharge in Cat. I

Rental bikes

  • Rental bike with luggage bag - €90,00
  • Electric rental bike (ladies) with luggage bag - €190,00

Additional Services

  • Greifswald goods in a minibus - price per bus (minimum participants: from 4 people) - €340,00

Child discount

Children up to 4 years

  • Fixed price for children of €10,00 per child and per night

From 5 to 15 years applies:

  • With 2 full-paying adults, 1 child aged 5-15 years in the adult’s double room (extra bed) has a 40% discount (category I and category II)
  • With 2 full-paying adults, 1-2 children aged 5-15 in an extra room have a 15% discount (Cat. I and Cat. II)
  • With 1 full-paying adult, 1 child aged 5-15 years in the same double room as the adult has a 15% discount (Cat. I and Cat. II)

From the age of 16 applies:

  • as an extra bed, max. 1 person in a double room has a 10% discount

group discounts

When 5 people or more are traveling together. A group discount will be given in the following periods.
Further information and the discount scale can be found under Offers > Group discounts.


  • From 01.01.2023/31.12.2023 to XNUMX


Note: All prices are per person.



Cat I

Double room (DR)

71 EUR

Single room (SR)

100 EUR



Cat I

Double room (DR)

72,50 EUR

Single room (SR)

115 EUR




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Through the Peenetal to the Baltic Sea

8 days
Overnight stays
7 nights
Overnight stays
about 240 km

Underestimated beauty and meadow landscape

Every Sunday from April 16rd to October 08th, 2023

Price in € per person * 2023 Cat I
Double room including breakfast €669
Single room including breakfast €899

Attention: This trip is not suitable for people with reduced mobility.

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Train: to Waren/Müritz station, from Greifswald


  • office of Mecklenburger Radtour in goods: free of charge (pre-reservation not possible, allocation subject to availability). There are other parking options in Waren in the vicinity of the old town. Info below www.waren-tourismus.de/parken
  • Hotel parking spaces: approx. 6 - 20 € / day (information without guarantee, subject to availability, no pre-reservation, payable on site)

Category I = comfort

These are middle-class hotels or guesthouses with mostly 3*** stars, rarely 2** stars (according to DEHOGA) or comparable, which offer comfortable rooms, a decent breakfast buffet and a cozy atmosphere. They are mostly in a central location.

NOT INCLUDED: Cultural tax, bed tax, arrival and departure, transfers, excursions, entrance and sightseeing fees, city maps, ferry fees, insurance, tips and personal expenses.

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