No matter, in season which you visit us, our Baltic Sea bath Dierhagen has many beautiful sides. Six different local parts form the Baltic Sea bath Dierhagen. And each part is not only differently named, but also has its completely own character.
Fresh sea-air as you well know makes one hungry. Our holiday region offers a varied pallet with fresh and healthy natural products, which are masterfully prepared by our cooks for you.
The Baltic Sea bath Dierhagen offers ideal conditions vacationing with children. And for those who are gladly on their with the little ones, will be pleased about the many auto-free ways of transport, like wheel driving or Inline Skating.
But naturally we could break down Dierhagen still more for our youngest guests, who are more than welcome here. A whole six playgrounds wait to be conquered. However here one could spend several days holidaying. The merrily multicolored playground at the port is completely new. Besides a small Boddenstrand offers loads for digging in.
The water of the Boddens has way bath water quality and is usually warmer than the Baltic Sea. From the Dierhäger port one can undertake beautiful boat trips, which surely make fun for the whole family.
Behind the dunes
The most beautiful and largest playground lies in Dierhagen beach directly behind the dunes in the shade of the Kiefernwaldes. From here there is only few steps up to forest stage, where the Ostseekaspar in the warm season makes each Friday such fun. Here on the forest stage marked hikes are offered. If the weather is not so good, the Bastellstunden is in the “house of the guest” a good alternative. From stranded goods for example genuine works of art can be arranged with Fantasie.
The peninsula Fischland Darss Zingst is not only well-known for the beautiful Baltic Sea landscape - also the maritime past and numerous traditions stand for the peninsula. Among the most well-known and most popular Zeesboote. But - what are Zeesboote actually?
Zeesboote are historical fishing vessels of the region, which were already used before approximately 650 years for the Boddenfischerei. The nets, with those one fished - the Zeesen -, gave to the boats its well-known name. With the characteristic dark-brown sails and their swung trunks from oakwood in the Kraweel or clinker style, give them today like at that time an optically beautiful picture.