Longing destination Rügen

Fine-grained sandy beaches as far as the eye can see, more than 2000 hours of sunshine a year and white shining chalk cliffs: this is Rügen, Germany’s largest island. No place on the island is further than seven kilometers from the water, because Rügen has Bodden waters, shallow bays, wild cliffs and Baltic Sea. But Rügen has more:

Mystical fairytale forests, enchanted places, romantic moods, breathtaking views, spectacular clouds and picturesque sunsets: Rügen and its small, charming sister islands Ummanz and Hiddensee offer all this. The three islands with the Vorpommersche Boddenlandschaft National Park and the Jasmund National Park, the Southeast Rügen Biosphere Reserve and the UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site, the “Ancient Beech Forests”, are true oases for nature lovers and invite you to incomparable experiences with plenty of room for active vacationers.