You’ll find this thatched-roof house for up to six people in Neuendorf in the south of Rügen.1/15Holiday under a thatched roof
Baltic Sea Coast | This is how you spend a proper holiday home vacation at the coast; nothing is more stylish and cosier than a holiday home with a thatched roof.
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This Art Nouveau villa lies directly on the beach promenade of Heringsdorf on Usedom.2/15Historic villas
Usedom | Welcome to the old imperial times, when a bathing holiday at the Baltic Sea was something exclusively for the rich and titled. You’ll find typical villas here, which date from that period.
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This thatched-roof house in North Friesland obtained an average rating of 5 out of 5 possible points.4/15The best properties in Germany
We hereby present you with the holiday homes and apartments in Germany that have obtained the best ratings from our customers – from the coasts to high up in the mountains.
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At a holiday apartment for 4 people on a farm in the Black Forest.5/15Wake up to a cock crow
Germany | Feed animals and run riot in the hay, grill bread on a stick and discover the agriculture. Vacation on a farm can be an eventful and lively experience for the entire family.
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Vacation in a holiday home on Usedom
Considered to be one of the best resort islands off the northern coast of Germany, Usedom has been popular since the late 19th century. The sunny region where Germany meets Poland makes holiday houses on Usedom a perfect choice for families who enjoy a historical touch. Holiday houses and holiday apartments are available for rent in impressive villas in fashionable styles from French Renaissance to Art Nouveau. From sparkling beaches, a long history and a resurgent spa culture, the holiday homes provide the perfect atmosphere along the pristine Baltic Sea coastline.
Holiday homes on Usedom
Between the villages, such as Ahlbeck, Heringsdorf and Bansin, there are small pine forests and the occasional food stand that serves regional specialties, like smoked fish and herring. Visitors can also sun themselves on wicker beach chairs, known as Strandkörbe. Along the seaside there are holiday rentals, such as holidays houses and holiday apartments, that make the vacation in a holiday home more enjoyable.
Usedom is one of Germany’s major holiday and recreation areas thanks to its beaches, natural beauty and several elegant seaside towns. A bike tour along the promenade that connects the villages is the best way to get a feel for the island. For nature lovers, a visit to the Usedom Botanical Gardens in Mellenthin, where 50,000 different plants can be seen, is a must-see in this area. Spending the day in a thermal spa to relax with healing water and massages is also a popular way to enjoy Usedom holidays. Visitors can also book holiday rentals in Swinamünde, the largest town on the island of the Polish side. The health benefits of Usedom have something for everyone.