- Aside from the 117 m high chalk cliffs, the park is also home to ancient beech forests dating back over 700 years. Explore this unique landscape on foot, by bike or take an off road safari.
- For over a hundred years, the narrow-gauge railway has been driving in the scenic south-east of the Rügen island. It connects the former residence town of Putbus with the Baltic seaside resorts.
- Labelled as UNESCO World Heritage since 2002, Stralsund represents a mixture of cultural treasure of Brick Gothic as well as futuristic buildings like Ozeaneum, Europe’s museum of the year 2010.
- The remains of a Slavic fortress from 12th century, listed fishing village Vitt, two over 100 years old lighthouses next to former GDR bunker complex are all bearing witness to the history of Cape.
- A 1,250-m-long treetop walk takes guests through the forest on a route packed with information and adventure stations. The viewing platform situated 40 m above the ground offers fantastic views.
- Numerous white villas constructed in Art Neveau beautify the most popular Rügen’s resorts. The long sandy beaches, promenades and piers lure to take a stroll and enjoy the maritime atmosphere.
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