- 8 days
- approx. 216 - 328 km
- travel code
Note: Currently not bookable.
Discover the beautiful side of the Baltic Sea. In this 6-day star tour, you cycle, starting from a hotel, through fantastically beautiful Baltic Sea resorts and the Hanseatic city of Rostock. Visit the Baltic amber town of Ribnitz-Damgarten and follow idyllic paths along the Baltic Sea coast to Kuehlungsborn and Zingst.
You can take the regional train to Rostock on your own. The first stage destination is the town of Bad Doberan. A visit to the Minster is worthwhile there and those who want to look around for regional specialties from Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania will find what they are looking for in Mr. Wegener's shop.
The tour can be continued with the Molli on your own or by bike to Heiligendamm and Kuehlungsborn. The ride along the Baltic Coast Cycle Path is wonderful. Dunes, beach and cliffs alternate. A highlight is the ghost forest on the way to the Baltic Sea resort Warenmouth. You can take the ferry independently across the Warnow to Hohe Düne. On beautiful cycle paths through the Rostock Heath back to your hotel in Graal-Müritz or Dierhagen.
Ribnitz-Damgarten is known as an amber town. In the Amber Museum you will learn everything about Baltic amber and the craft of amber processing. Inland, they follow the Recknitz River to Marlow on idyllic paths. The attraction of the town is a bird park. A brewery inn takes care of your physical well-being. Back to the coast, the journey goes a bit through the Rostock Heath to their quarters.
A long walk on the beach or just lying on the edge of the dune and looking at the horizon of the Baltic Sea. go swimming. Or rent a beach chair and read a good book. This would be nice. Or the Hanseatic city of Rostock. The port, the old town around St. Marien.
On the way in Rövershagen, Karl's strawberry farm is an attraction for young and old. Everything revolves around the red fruit and much more.
CAUTION:: Ferry trip from Hohe Düne to Warnemünde on your own! (approx. €2,70 pp, information without guarantee)
Fantastically beautiful Baltic Sea resorts are located on the Fischland, Darß and Zingst peninsulas.
In the south the Bodden, the still water between the mainland and the islands and in the north the Baltic Sea. In between on narrow land are the seaside resorts of Wustrow and Ahrenshoop. The Darß lures with its wild western beach, the national park of the Western Pomeranian Lagoon and the seaside resorts of Born, Wieck and Prerow. At the eastern end of the chain of peninsulas lies the Zingst with its lively seaside resort of the same name. Depending on the timetable, a part of the way can also be shortened via the Bodden with the local passenger companies. (https://www.fahrgastschiff-darss.de/fahrpl%C3%A4ne-preise/f%C3%A4hrverkehr-mit-ms-heidi/)
From Barth (72 km) you can either take the train back or enjoy the remaining 35 kilometers by bike.
Attention: This trip is not suitable for people with reduced mobility.
Hotel examples - hotel may vary - all rooms with shower/toilet or bath/toilet
• Rooms with shower/toilet or bath/toilet
• 4**** Superior IFA Hotel Graal-Müritz or Strandhotel Dierhagen
• 4x overnight stay category II: Comfort and first-class hotels with 3-4 stars
Category I: Ostseehotel Dierhagen
Category II: IFA Hotel Graal-Müritz
Category I = comfortThese 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.
Category II PremiumHere we book comfort or first-class hotels for you. Some of these are very good 3-star and 4-star hotels (according to DEHOGA) or comparable, which offer special comfort or are highly recommended due to their special location and ambience. They are mostly in a central location.
NOT INCLUDED: Cultural development tax, bed tax, travel to and from, transfers, excursions, entrance and sightseeing fees, city maps, ferry fees, insurance, tips and personal expenses.
Not included in the price: Cultural development tax, bed tax, arrival and departure, transfers, excursions, entrance and sightseeing fees, city maps, ferry fees, insurance, tips and personal expenses.
This trip is not suitable for people with reduced mobility. Maps presented are for illustrative purposes only and do not reflect geographical reality.