Enjoyment for all senses
The German Riviera is characterised by extensive sandy beaches and gently rolling woodlands. Enjoy this varied landscape with all your senses. The choice is completely yours.
Whether playing golf with a view of the Baltic Sea, cycling tours through the so-called Ghost Forest, sailing trips along historic spa style villas and Germany's first seaside resort, Heiligendamm, the German Riviera has something to offer for everyone.
Go back in history
Immerse yourself in our history. The puffing steam locomotive "Molli" takes you at an easy pace to Northern Europe's largest brick building, the Doberan Cathedral. You can spend a relaxing end to this day full of new impressions in one of your favourite hotels. You can expect a variety of wellness facilities and culinary delicacies, such as the "German Riviera Menu". Regional producers provide fresh produce from land and sea. On top of all that, concerts and readings add to your cultural experience.
We can provide the ingredients for your perfect holiday. You just put together the highlights of your choice. The German Riviera on the Baltic Sea in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern stands for versatility and quality. We are looking forward to your visit!
At a glance
- Accommodation in proposed partner hotel after your own choice (4 and 5 star hotels)
- 3-day or 6-day packages
- Green fee
- "German Riviera" menu
- Whiskey/wine tasting
- Trip with the Mecklenburg Resort Railway "Molli"
- contact Hotel Polar-Stern for more information & booking
At a glance
Discover diverse cultural treasures
Located between the cities Wismar and Rostock, the German Riviera welcomes you with medieval World Cultural Heritage sites, long sandy beaches and typical manors with their beautiful parks. Feel at ease in of the many comfortable hotels and guest houses during your stay.
How to reach the German Riviera
Visitors can fly to Hamburg Airport, from there take a rental care to get to your final destination. The cities Wismar, Rostock, and Bad Doberan are directly connected to the German national railway network. Both, motorway A19 (from Hamburg) and A20 (from Berlin) lead right to the German Riviera.