In addition to the UNESCO-recognized Biosphere Reserve South-West, Westrügen also belongs to the national park Vorpommersche Boddenlandschaft.
The Jasmund – with only 3,000 hectares the smallest national park in Germany – is a rarity in terms of natural beauty. With its unique chalky coast, the old beech forest stands, the slopes and moors, it attracts more than a million visitors every year.

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Worth to visit

Cape Arkona

The Cape Arkona is located in the north-east of the island of Rügen and belongs to the municipality of Putgarten in a ravine of the Fischerdorf Vitt. Cape Arkona is a country steeped in history. In the temple fortress Arkona a religious center was established among the Slavs.
Furious Roland

An unmistakable component of Rügen is one of the last steam trains in Germany. As a technical monument, the Schmalspurbahn has been puffing and steaming for more than 100 years of visitors across Germany’s most beautiful and largest island.

Chalky coast on Ruegen

Chalk Coast The Chalk Coast is the landmark of the island of Rügen. The cliffs rise up to 120 meters high. The highest point of the chalky coast is the famous “king’s chair”, which attracts thousands of tourists every day during the summer months.

Ostseebäder on the island of Rügen

Rügen’s Ostseebäder, Thiessow, Göhren, Baabe, Sellin and Binz. From the name, they all lie on the Baltic Sea. Especially in the summer months the Baltic Sea baths are very popular with the tourists. Binz attracts thousands of holidaymakers every year. Here you can marvelously promenieren on the 4km long beach promenade.

Maritimes on Rügen

Kutter and sailing ship on the Baltic Sea off Sassnitz The coast length of the island of Rügen is about 574 km and is spread over bays, bays or chalk coasts.
In the west of Rügen dominate Boddenlandschaften and bays, in the east it is the chalk coasts with the open Baltic Sea. Sure this can be a lot on and under the water can be experienced. Thus the Boddengewässer and the Baltic Sea around Rügen are an excellent sailing repertoire, which will be frequented by thousands of “skippers” especially in the summer months.

Feuersteinfelder on Ruegen

Feuersteinfelder Rügen In the east of the island of Rügen, between the villages of Mukran and Prora, one of the most famous excursion destinations in the region, the Feuersteinfelder of Rügen. About 4,000 years ago, numerous storm floods caused a huge collection of fire bricks on an area of ​​about 40 hectares.