The white sandy Baltic Sea beach and the iodised sea air ensure the best, relaxing sea climate. A long walk on the beach is worthwhile at any time of year and in almost any weather, enjoying the sun and the breathtaking views.
Our Fischland-Darß-Zingst peninsula – surrounded by unspoilt nature and the most beautiful excursion destinations, idyllically situated between the Baltic Sea and the Bodden, white sandy beaches and a unique dune landscape.
The Vorpommersche-Boddenlandschaft National Park with its unspoilt flora and fauna borders directly to the north of Fischland.
HIKING TIP SPRING:
HIKE TO THE RIBNITZ MOOR
Blue water flashes between green leaves, droplets glisten in the sunlight, the buzzing of insects is accompanied only by the twittering of birds and the croaking of a toad.
Experience the beauty of nature in such special facets of a moor – that’s what the Ribnitz Great Moor offers.
Join our nature guides on the trail of the moor frogs, which take on an atypical blue colour during their mating season.
The guided hike takes place every Wednesday from 09.03. – 13.04.2023.
The meeting point is at 10:00 am at the “Wald und Moor” information centre in Neuheide, Ribnitzer Landweg 3.
The tour is about 7.5 kilometres long and takes about 3 hours.
SUMMER HIKING TIP:
BAREFOOT IN THE SAND ALONG THE BALTIC COAST
When hiking along the Baltic Sea, you can experience the coastal landscape with its white sandy beaches and turquoise-blue water. Deep bays, wooded shores and bodden landscapes and, above all, the endless sandy beaches will tempt you to come back to the Baltic Sea coast again and again at any time of year.
Moderately difficult hike. Good basic fitness required. Easily accessible paths. No special skills required. The starting point of the tour can be reached by public transport.
HIKING TIP AUTUMN:
CRANE REST AT SAALER BODDEN
It is an unrivalled natural spectacle when thousands of cranes glide through the air trumpeting. Every year in spring (on their migration to Northern and Eastern Europe) and autumn, thousands of cranes stop at their largest Central European resting place in our region. In autumn in particular, up to 40,000 of these impressive large birds can be observed over a longer period of time. They stop here for several weeks on their way south.
During the day they search for food in harvested grain and maize fields and in the evening they fly in long chains back to their roosting sites in the shallow waters of the Bodden.
Watch this spectacle from the boat from Wustrow or visit the cranes during the day in the hinterland of the Darß
WINTER HIKING TIP:
STEP BY STEP THROUGH THE WINTER FOREST
Using animal tracks and many other interesting observations, you can recognise who lives in the Ribnitz Moor.
The tour covers 4.5 kilometres and takes approx. 1.5 – 2 hours.