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In the north-east of Germany, far away from the large conurbations, you will find your well-deserved rest, because in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania the landscape is still predominantly shaped by nature and not by people. A tranquil water paradise, romantic buildings and a well-developed network of cycle paths and hiking trails await you. In a holiday apartment you will feel at home during your holiday in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern.
Facts worth knowing about Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania
Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania: A true water fairy tale between castles, palaces and the sea
Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania is known for its numerous rivers and lakes, which are mainly located on the Mecklenburg Lake District, but it also borders the Baltic Sea with a length of 2000 kilometres and thus has the longest coast in Germany. In addition, the two largest islands of Germany belong to this federal state. A vacation rental on the popular holiday island of Usedom, for example in the seaside resort of Heringsdorf, attracts visitors all year round.
Hidden bays and magnificent sandy beaches in Vorpommern also invite you to linger on the mainland. With its small fishing villages and old port towns like Dranske on the Wittow peninsula, the region has its own unique charm. A holiday apartment directly in the state capital Schwerin, the oldest city of the federal state, is ideal for all culture travelers, city tourists, and all who want to plan excursions from here into nature.
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Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania is big. Make your holiday planning easier by looking for your holiday accommodation at Holidu. In addition to modernly furnished holiday apartments, you will also find typical Baltic vacation rentals with charming thatched roofs. In addition, you have the possibility to filter according to your individual ideas and wishes. Only vacation rentals and apartments that suit you will be displayed. You want your dog on the trip? Would you like to have your own barbecue area and love to relax on the beach? Holidu makes it possible - Find your dream home now!
Want some sun? In comparison with all federal states, the sun shines longest in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania on an annual average.
Travel tips for your holidays
1st Baltic Sea coast
Here you will find several beaches and resorts, and some Hanseatic towns also characterise the region. One of them is Greifswald, a city that is also popular with students.
Rügen is the largest German island. With the Jasmund National Park and the spectacular chalk cliffs it attracts many holidaymakers from the mainland to the sea. But the island of Usedom, which partly belongs to Poland, and the car-free city of Hiddensee are at least as worth seeing.
The former residence town of Neustrelitz is not only breathtakingly beautiful, but also a good starting point for excursions to the Mecklenburg Lake District. In contrast to the busy coast, this part of the federal state is noticeably less populated despite isolated towns and municipalities.
4th Schwerin Castle
It lies romantically embedded in a quiet inland water in the middle of the city of Schwerin. Not only its architecture, but also its gardens and charming details make it so special. The castle is considered the landmark of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern.
Stralsund does not only have a historical city centre. At the same time you will find the most important museum in the north of Germany: The German Oceanographic Museum including the Ozeaneum. Learn more about the largest aquatic ecosystem.
Cultural diversity for everyone
Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania offers cultural diversity in cities and in the countryside.
The two cities of Rostock and Schwerin offer a lively ambience with lots of culture and shopping opportunities. In addition, more than 50 historical town centres have been preserved in various villages. Two of them - in Stralsund and Wismar - have been designated UNESCO World Heritage Sites, which is why they are considered particularly worth seeing. Another highlight are the palaces, castles and manor houses, of which there are over 2,000 here. Meck-Pomm, as the federal state is also affectionately called, is worth a longer visit because of this variety. It is not for nothing that the region becomes more and more popular with holidaymakers every year. Especially those seeking peace and quiet can feel at home here, but cyclists also get their money's worth with numerous cycle paths.
Experience numerous events
Between January and December various events are held in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, to which people from all over the world come.
In summer, for example, the entire federal state is the venue for the Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Festival. Within four months, music festivals will take place at various selected venues throughout the country. One of the most popular events is the Hanse Sail in Rostock, where everything revolves around the Baltic Sea and sailing. Harvest festivals are celebrated in many places in October. The big state harvest festival is the centre of attention.