Experience imperial architecture and the beach in Heringsdorf

    The old seaside resort of Heringsdorf on Usedom looks back on a long tradition and enchants its visitors above all with its famous spa architecture.

    Alongside Ahlbeck and Bansin, Heringsdorf is one of the three traditional imperial spas on the Baltic Sea. Usedom is the sunniest island in Germany and offers its visitors 42 kilometers of sandy beach for relaxation or a stroll. The seaside resort of Heringsdorf became famous for its illustrious clientele in the 19th and early 20th centuries and its high density of typical, classicist Gründerzeit villas, also known as spa architecture. In each of the three imperial spas, guests can stroll out onto an impressive pier, with the one in Ahlbeck being the oldest on the Baltic Sea and a popular photo motif. Numerous stores, cafés and restaurants invite you to take a stroll. We recommend a visit to the unique shell museum on the pier or the small observatory. Not far from the Heringsdorf pier, our wellness hotel is located directly on the longest lakeside promenade in Germany - ideal for excursions on the island.

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    You can reach the island by car via the A 20 Baltic Sea highway.

    Coming from Hamburg, take the A20 towards Rostock at the Lübeck junction. At exit 27 Gützkow/Wolgast take the B111 to Wolgast and then onto the island of Usedom.

    Coming from Berlin, take the A11 to exit 5, where you turn onto the A20 towards Lübeck/Stralsund. Continue on the Baltic Sea highway to exit 28 Anklam/Insel Usedom. Take the B110 to Anklam and continue over the Zecherin Bridge to the island of Usedom.