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Highlights Baltic Sea
- Endless sandy beaches
- Idyllic lake landscape
- Paradise for active holidaymakers
- Dog-friendly holiday region
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Apartments at the Baltic Sea
If you want to pitch your tents right on the coast, the mainland offers a wide range of holiday accommodation. You have the choice between cosy holiday apartments, romantic chalets on the lakes or a vacation rental directly behind the coastline. The holiday regions around Eckernförde, Neustadt, Kühlungsborn, Stralsund and Greifswald offer a particularly wide range of activities. The apartments and houses on the offshore coastal strip near Wustrow and Zingst are idyllically situated.An apartment in the city
If, on the other hand, you are attracted by the cities with their numerous cultural sights, you are best served with a holiday apartment or an apartment in the Baltic Sea metropolises of Flensburg, Kiel, Rostock or Wismar. From the mostly very centrally located quarters, you can not only reach the sights and nightlife of the cities comfortably on foot, but also benefit from the connection to the regional train network, via which you can also reach the beaches in a short time.Holidays on the Baltic islands
Islands such as Usedom, Rügen or Zingst, on the other hand, are particularly attractive to travellers who want to spend their holidays far away from the urban hustle and bustle and switch off in the midst of a unique natural landscape. The holiday homes, which usually have their own garden, offer more than enough space for the whole family as well as for your four-legged family members. One of the most popular destinations for nature lovers is the island of Fehmarn, which you can reach via the Fehmarnsund Bridge.
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Travelers and Activities
If you want to spend your holiday actively, you will feel at home at the Baltic Sea, because both on land and in the water there is more than enough action on offer. While families and pleasure cyclists cycle on the well-developed cycle paths from the coast to the lakes of Holstein Switzerland and enjoy the landscape, adventurers are drawn to hiking or geocaching. Water sports enthusiasts either set sail with a sailing yacht, practice the new trend sport Stand Up Paddling, ride on the waves of the Baltic Sea or explore the beauty of the underwater world during a dive.With dog at the Baltic Sea
Thanks to the many dog-friendly vacation rentals and apartments with large enclosed properties, the Baltic Sea presents itself as a dog paradise. The multi-faceted landscapes with their endless long sandy beaches, the almost deserted dune landscapes and the idyllic lakes promise more than enough space for extended walks, in the context of which your darling can also let the sea air blow around the wet nose. In addition, there are many dog beaches along the Baltic Sea, whereby it should be mentioned that in the low season in spring and autumn you can also explore the official beaches with your dog.
The Baltic Sea was originally a pure freshwater sea, which became increasingly salty through the exchange of water with the North Sea.
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The temperate maritime climate of the German Baltic Sea region provides the holiday resorts with an average of up to eight hours of sunshine in May already optimal conditions for sun worshippers, so that you can use your vacation rental locally also for a Whitsun holiday. High sunshine duration, low rainfall and maximum temperatures of 22 degrees Celsius on average attract numerous bathing tourists and water sports enthusiasts between June and August. Especially surfers and kite surfers will find ideal conditions for their sport in the stormy autumn and spring.Regular events
At the Baltic Sea you can expect a broad programme of events, which will be opened in spring by the cabaret festival "Rostocker Koggenzieher". In June we will continue with the Kieler Woche, the biggest sailing regatta in the world with more than 3 million visitors, and in August with the Hanse Sail in Rostock. Further highlights are the sand sculpture festival and the bicycle race "Tour dé Allee" in October on Rügen. The event year is rounded off by the winterly medieval market in Lübeck and the romantic New Year's Eve at the Sea on Usedom.
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The Schleswig-Holstein state capital Kiel is worth a visit in many respects. While lovers of seafaring are drawn to the naval harbour and the shipping museum on the Sartorikai, it is also worth taking a walk along Holstenstrasse, which is also Germany's oldest pedestrian zone. Especially worthwhile is the booking of a holiday apartment during the Kieler Woche, when innumerable bright white painted tall ships are anchored in the harbour.HANSA-PARK in Sierksdorf
HANSA-PARK in Sierksdorf offers over 460,000 square metres of 125 exciting attractions that promise fun and action for young and old. Among the biggest attractions are the roller coaster "Nessie", the coaster "Curse of Novgorod" as well as the 73 meter high Infinity Coaster "The Oath of Carinthia", which pushes you up to 127 km/h into your seat. The water rides and the Kiddieland are much quieter. The programme is rounded off by a 4D cinema and a sea lion show.In Search of the Gold of the Baltic Sea
If you have always wanted to go on a treasure hunt, you can do so right in front of the door of your vacation rental on the Baltic Sea coast, because among all the sand hides the gold of the Baltic Sea, the million year old amber. Take the opportunity and take part in a guided tour, during which you will not only learn how to track down amber and distinguish it from other flotsam, but also learn interesting facts about its origin.Sea Life Timmendorfer Beach
If you don't want to explore the underwater world yourself with snorkel and compressed air breathing apparatus, you can dive down to the bottom of the sea at Sea Life Timmendorfer Strand with dry feet. On an area of 1,500 square metres, numerous fascinating species such as lion fish, clownfish and lobsters cavort in 36 natural pools. One of the highlights is the "Tropical Lagoon of Sharks".A trip to Rügen
With Cape Arkona, the picturesque chalk coast, the Sellin pier, the Granitz hunting lodge and its avenues, Rügen is rich in sights that you should not miss. From your vacation rental on the mainland you can reach the island either via the Rügen dam or by car ferry from Strahlsbrode.
FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Baltic Sea
The COVID-19 pandemic strongly impacted holidays in 2020. Last year, rentals in The Baltic Sea had an annual average cost of around $136.36 per night.
]If you are looking to get the most out of your money, the most affordable months to visit the Baltic Sea are March ($115.05 the average per night for accommodation), January ($115.15), and February ($117.85).
When it comes to booking a vacation rental in the Baltic Sea, the highest prices are usually found in the month of July (with an average of $176.61 per night), followed by August ($169.72), and June ($143.61).
When planning a vacation to the Baltic Sea, we recommend you to think ahead as 66% of rentals are usually booked, according to the data in 2020.
In 2020, the months with the most vacation rentals available of the year in the Baltic Sea were January, February and December, with average availabilities of 71.5%, 61%, and 57%, respectively.
The months with the lowest properties available in the Baltic Sea are, in order, August, July, and June with respective average availability figures of 4.8%, 5.5%, and 10.75%, based on data collected in 2020.
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