In this quiet but central location, you will have the opportunity to choose between many excursions. Stralsund, Bergen, and Mönchsgut can be reached quickly by car. Not only the house and the property offer opportunities for interesting nature trips. The ideal location of the natural beaches of Palmer Ort (about 3 km away), the natural beach by the Schoritzer Wiek (about 800 m), Gelbes Ufer and the wonderful surf spot of Rosengarten, as well as the seaside resorts and Stralsund, Zicker offers the opportunity for a 'Another kind of island vacation'. We are looking forward to seeing you.
Other activities: sightseeing flights and parachuting
Golf: On Rügen, you can find the golf courses of Karnitz and Sassnitz. The most beautiful golf course on the island is located in Karnitz, about 8 km away, which takes not even a 10 minute drive. Golf-Centrum Schloss Karnitz: with a 9-hole standard course (par 60) and an 18-hole championship course (par 72). It offers a golf academy with driving range and tee boxes as well as a training ground for everyone (Par 3). It is daily open from 9 am to 12 pm. The 18-hole 'Challenge Course' is a real challenge for any golfer. Nestled in a charming and hilly location in the heart of the island, it offers the best conditions for delighting true golfers. Each lane offers 6 different, unique markdowns, with different length and difficulty. Certainly, you will enjoy a relaxing golf game.
Rügen is the largest German island. It is located on the Pomeranian Baltic coast, and is part of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern.
The 'door' to the island of Rügen is the Hanseatic city of Stralsund. The island has a maximum length of 52 km (from south to north) and a maximum width of 41 km in the south. The coastline is heavily divided by numerous sea bays and lagoons (Bodden and Wieke) as well as peninsulas and headlands. In June 2011, UNESCO awarded the well-known for its huge amount of beech trees and chalk cliffs Jasmund National Park in Rügen as a World Heritage
Rügen, together with the Danish island of Møn at the opposite side of Rügen in the Baltic Sea was a greater plateau of chalk lime, which had been pressed by tectonic movements towards the earth's surface. The vast majority of this land mass has disappeared due to erosion and warping, leaving the two islands with their distinctive chalk cliffs.
The northern part of the bodden of Greifswald, the Bodden of Rügen, is a large bay in the south of Rügen. The coast here is preceded by th island of Vilm, which can be seen from the beach of Zicker. At the western end of the bay, the peninsula Zudar extends to the southernmost point of Rügen (Palmer Ort).
Rügen is one of the main tourist centres in Germany with a moving story and still visible remains of megalithic tombs from the time of the Germanic tribes.
Chalk is an important tourist and export product of Rügen. It is used in many exported wellness products. Because of its great economic importance, chalk is known as the white gold of Rügen. Even the drinking water on Rügen contains minerals and lime.
Parts of the west coast of Rügen and the adjacent lagoon belong to the Western Pomerania Lagoon Area National Park, whose focus is on the peninsulas Darß, Zingst, and the island of Hiddensee.
On Rügen, you will find the beginning of the 2500 km long German avenue route.
Ruegen has a signposted network of cycle-routes . The development state and the signs of this cycle network are very different in their individual sections. There is a bike trail around the whole island.
Between the peninsula of Zudar and Stahlbrode on the mainland in Stralsund and Greifswald, there are the two car ferries of the White Fleet with a half-hourly service.
In Putbus the Theater Vorpommern has a venue in the city theater. During the summer months, the Störtebeker festival takes place in Ralswiek, the most successful open-air theatre in Germany. In addition, you will enjoy the National Park Theatre, an outdoor stage at the „Königsstuhl“. In addition, you will also be delighted with the mussel-domed outdoor stages in the seaside resorts, various castles, barns, cottages, churches and other seasonal places such as the theatre and the concert venues.
Rügen in literature
In 1884, Theodor Fontane travelled to Rügen. His impressions were incorporated into the novel Effi Briest.
Other literary descriptors of the island were written by visitors such as Wilhelm von Humboldt, Gerhart Hauptmann, Thomas Mann, Albert Einstein, Sigmund Freud, Joachim Ringelnatz, Hans Fallada, Günter Grass, F. C. Delius, Christoph Hein, Elizabeth von Arnim, Christopher Isherwood, Philipp Galen, and Ernst-Moritz Arndt, whose house is located in Groß-Schoritz.