Kühlungsborn the seaside resort on the Baltic Sea

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"Kühlungsborn das Seebad an der Ostsee" lies directly on the Mecklenburg Bay and is one of the most beautiful seaside resorts on the Baltic coast with kilometres of sandy beaches, shady forests and long charming avenues.  As far as the eye can see: White, wide sandy beach. This open-air arena is six kilometres long and the barrier-free beach promenade is barely four kilometres long. The well-preserved spa architecture from the last century is also worth experiencing. Restaurants, cafés, boutiques and shops invite you to stroll and linger, and numerous cultural events and institutions round off your stay in Kühlungsborn. 

In short: Recharge your batteries, say goodbye to everyday life and simply enjoy your time.


Trip Itinerary


Day 1 Arrival in Kühlungsborn
The MORADA Resort Kühlungsborn is situated in an incomparable location between the pier and the marina directly on the beach. The endless sandy beach stretches for approx. 6 kilometers in the Kühlungsborn town area and has the longest paved beach promenade at 3390 meters. All rooms are comfortably equipped with shower/WC, satellite TV, telephone, a cozy sitting area, desk, WLAN, room safe, hairdryer and bathrobes. 
All rooms are easily accessible by elevator.
Rooms with a side or direct sea view can be booked on request and at an extra charge.
An over 1,000 m² wellness and leisure area with indoor pool, saunas and fitness area ensure physical and mental well-being all year round.
In the three restaurants you will be spoiled with a rich buffet in the morning and evening. Dinner and overnight stay at the hotel

Day 2 Ride on the Morada Express and free time
After a hearty breakfast, you will take a short round trip on the Morada Express spa train in the morning. You can explore Kühlungsborn and the surrounding area in comfort as it takes you past interesting sights and attractions. The rest of the day is at your leisure.

Day 3 Day trip Fischland-Darß-Zingst with tour guide
Dreamy and wonderfully natural! The Fischland-Darß-Zingst peninsula has one of the most beautiful and varied coastal landscapes in the Baltic Sea region. Under a seemingly endless sky, incredible miles of white, stoneless sandy beaches combine with deep forests and vast meadow landscapes between the waters of the Baltic Sea and the Bodden.

Day 4 Free time in Kühlungsborn
Enjoy an extensive gourmet breakfast and spend the day as you wish. Enjoy the fresh sea air and the unmistakable charm of this beautiful Baltic seaside resort on a walk along the beach. 

Day 5 Rostock and Warnemünde
Rostock's history has been written for almost 800 years and the once important member of the Hanseatic League still exudes much of its original charm. The typical brick façades and magnificent gabled houses from different eras, as well as the powerful churches, bear witness to the wealth of the merchants in the Middle Ages. St. Mary's Church, St. Peter's Church and St. Nicholas Church, the 13th-century town hall and the Stone Gate define the fascinating historical image of the Hanseatic city. Followed by a trip to Warnemünde. Fishing cutters, passenger ships, large yachts and small sailing boats can be admired here. The houses that were once the "Vörreeg" are now home to cafés and many small stores. 

Day 6 Wismar and Poel Island
As a UNESCO World Heritage Site and Hanseatic city, Wismar offers a wide range of sights that you can explore throughout the old town. The Wendish Quarter with the churches of St. Marien, St. Georgen and St. Nikolai invites you to linger. Afterwards, continue to Poel, one of the largest islands in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern! Old manor houses and farms, cobbled streets and typical lighthouses characterize the image of the island

Day 7 At leisure

Day 8 Journey home 

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