Rügen bietet jede Menge Abwechslung für Ausflüge auf der Insel. Die Highlights und Geheimtipps.
Germany’s largest island is actually an archipelago - with a mainland, many peninsulas and even more islands.
It is no wonder that Rügen is considered to be Germany’s most beautiful island: chalk cliffs shine over the wide, blue Baltic Sea. Here, beaches lined with pines compete with promenades where fashionable white villas stretch out like a string of pearls. Splendid old alleys lead to dreamy lakes and dense beech forests. The classicistic "white townâ of Putbus is considered to be a cultural centre.
Right next door is the island of Hiddensee, the quiet, original sister of Rügen. Nature and light conjure up a summery freshness like you have dreamed of since kindergarten. Blossoming meadows in the spring, golden forests in the autumn, and hoarfrost covered beaches in the winter - this archipelago has its own charm at all times of the year.