At the heart of Germany's holiday region is this amazing place where warm, blue waters meet leisure and history. Hanseatic roots were set in the area in the year 1300, which was settled several centuries before. Its long life can be seen in the many tourist destinations still standing from its early days. Today it is a bustling tourist town for those who love the beach. Locals and visitors enjoy a multitude of activities as well as relaxation destinations for the perfect laid-back existence. Find historical architecture right next to towering modern buildings for the most unique views possible, and experience the upper class society of the old world in this traditional holiday town.
Location: On the Bay of Lübeck by the Baltic Sea in Germany
This municipality can be found in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. It sits on the Bay of Lübeck by the Baltic Sea. This area is well known for its white sandy beaches and glistening waters as far as the eye can see. An ultimate destination in Germany, its northern location makes it an easy getaway for German residents as well as those in surrounding countries. Discover peaceful spots to relax and feel the ocean breeze as well as excellent weather for a vacation.
Culture: Get Closer to Nature and Explore Maritime History
Timmendorfer Strand is lined with a plethora of activities and sights to see. From walking tours to view some of the original architecture and sights dedicated to modern and historical sea vessels, there is something for everyone to do. Nature is also a big draw to those who visit the area. A number of aquariums offer an educational and awe-inspiring experience learning about the local flora and fauna that inhabit the Baltic Sea.
Activities: Sail, Swim, Dive, and be Entertained
There is no doubt that the main attraction here is the seven kilometers of beach. Much of the tourism is based on all the activities to be experienced in the water. From a relaxing day fishing to an invigorating day of sailing, people will find that the coast is the perfect spot to spend more than one day exploring. One of the most popular attractions is actually located under water. The Baltic Sea is full of not just plenty of species of sea life, but it also contains many wrecks. Wreck diving has become a favorite pass-time for many here in this coastal city.