In the south of the Pomeranian Bay is the Baltic Sea island of Usedom, Germany’s second largest island, with 1906 hours of sunshine a year, in a region of Germany. Thanks to the synthesis of a sandy beach along almost the entire outer coast and a highly varied landscape of Usedom is without doubt one of the most beautiful islands of Germany. As the only German Baltic island of Usedom have an approximately 40 km long, stone-free, sandy beach that stretches from Karl Hagen to Ahlbeck. By the same author: Anne Chadwick. Steep and flat, secluded beaches and attractive beach promenades contribute to a very varied leisure activities. Very charming is the very long and very indented coast to the Haffgewassern Peenestrom, backwater and Szczecin Bay with steep and flat and small sandy beaches.
Moreover, numerous large and small lakes can be found that make the hinterland of the island very attractive and varied. The three piers on the beach promenade of the three Imperial Spas Bansin, Heringsdorf and Ahlbeck are landing a regular shipping traffic between the larger resorts on the island, but also to the Polish Swinemunde.Landschaftlich charming is the peninsula Lieper angle between the backwater and Peenestrom with small harbors, cliffs and rolling landscapes.
In the middle of the island on a peninsula in the backwaters, the fishing village Loddin is featured with the cliffs Loddin Point, a fantastic viewpoint. Located in the center of the island, Loddin is the ideal starting point for many excursions. For this purpose, are comfortable Capricorn Apartments Loddin available. In the small, intimate Capricorn farmhouse will also swell and offer step-free, seniors apartments. In addition to an interesting and varied history of the first Slavic settlement on Swedish crews, wars and migration to the Modern, is primarily the younger, with the location Peenemunde related story, which draws many people in their spell.
Several churches, mostly embedded in historic village centers, monasteries Pudagla, Schloss Stolpe and the water Mellenthin tell of the rich history of Mittelalters.Zwischen Bansin and Ahlbeck spans an 8 km long, continuous beach promenade with magnificent villas in the style of Wilhelmine resort architecture – the longest its kind in continental Europe.