Binz is the largest seaside resort on the German island of Rugen. Apart from the numerous early 20th century hotels and villas in the city center and along the seaside promenade, its main attractions are the 370m Pier, the mid-19th Century Jagdschloss Granitz and the enormous Prora complex just north of the city. Sourced with thanks from Wikipedia.org/wiki/Binz
Binz, first on record in 1318 as the fishing village of Byntze, is the largest seaside resort on the island of Rugen and is located on one of the island's most enchanting bays, the Prorer Wiek. Flanked by the sprawling forest regions of the Schmale Heide and Granitz, the western edge of the area is nestled against the reed-covered shore of Lake Schmachter, while the eastern section faces the Baltic. Binz offers an exceptionally mild and invigorating climate with approximately 1,872 hours of sunshine per year. The sheltered location, the wide fine-sand beach, the smooth seabed and the gentle surf make Binz a popular beach-going paradise. Sourced with thanks from Ostseebad-binz.de
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