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Some 2000 km of coastline, over 2000 lakes and a total of 25 islands and peninsulas — Mecklenburg-Vorpommern is without doubt a state defined by water. Whether it is on lake, sea or land — come and test the water with a holiday in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern.
Holidays in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern — High Up in the North
Mecklenburg-Vorpommern is a state in the far north-east of Germany and is also one of the most beautiful: With unique natural landscapes such as salt marshes and the Mecklenburg Lake District, historic cities such as Stralsund, Rostock and Wismar and gorgeous beaches, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern is guaranteed to offer you a holiday you'll never forget.
The Baltic Coast and Islands
Holidaymakers have been descending on the Mecklenburg coast—which lies right on the coast of the Baltic Sea—for well over 200 years. Over this time, the region has seen a number of changes, with the bathing machines being transformed into beach chairs and the bathing suits into bikinis. Today, spa towns and cities on the Baltic coast such as Heiligendamm, Warnemünde and Kühlungsborn are among the most well-loved holiday destinations in Germany. Beaches framed by beautiful dunes, dense forests and moorland and historic spa architecture — all this awaits you on your holiday in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern! And that's not all: Other highlights in the region include the islands of Rügen, Usedom and Hiddensee, and the Jasmund and Western-Pomeranian Boddenlandschaft national parks.
Hanseatic and Residential Towns and Cities
As the gateway to the world on the Baltic coast, Rostock is the largest city in the state and has been for several centuries. Together with its neighbors Stralsund and Wismar, Rostock was part of the famous and powerful Hanseatic League back in the Middle Ages. If you walk through the picturesque side streets of these cities today, you will find impressive redbrick Gothic buildings that date back to this period, such as the enchanting St. Mary's Church in Rostock and city hall in Stralsund. Equally splendid, although of a different style, are the residential towns and cities of Güstrow, Schwerin and Ludwigslust with their stately castles and parks.
Mecklenburg Lake District
In the center and to the south of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern is the Mecklenburg Lake District, one of Germany's most spellbinding regions. This area of lakeland, which is also known as the "Land of a Thousand Lakes", is a paradise for nature lovers and watersports enthusiasts. Be it by house boat, sailing yacht or motor yacht or even in a kayak or a canoe: In Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, you can spend your holiday riding the blue oasis of the Müritz, Plauer See or Feldberg lakes, enjoying special, tranquil moments of peace and harmony.
Charming smaller towns such as Plau am See, Waren and Malchow will also enchant you with their historical inner centers and warm hospitality.
Right in the heart of this untouched, fascinating lakeland area, ROBINSON CLUB FLEESENSEE ensures that your holiday in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern is an experience like no other. In winter, you can roam through the great outdoors on foot or horseback, before warming up in the spacious WellFit area during Power Plate and Aqua Fit sessions or in the Finnish sauna.
During the summer months, CLUB FLEESENSEE is an El Dorado for surfers, sailors and canoeists alike: Glide over the waves with a catamaran, have a go on a stand-up board or dive into the depths of the lake. But if you prefer being on dry land, you can get your heart pumping during sporty activities such as soccer, golf, tennis, cycling or beach volleyball .
But you can also release the artist or chef in you by being experimenting in the Siemens lifeKochschule (cookery school) and the studio.
A fun and varied childcare program for children aged between 3 and 16 years ensures that parents and children can really make the most of their holiday in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern.
After a busy, fun-filled day, it's now time for the evening program: Enjoy colorful shows in the club's own theater or party the night away — it's your holiday in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern!