Featured properties on Rügen

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    Apartment Dorfstr. B, Dolgemost
  • $72

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    Haus Sandra, Sassnitz

    Haus Sandra


    9.4 Awesome 30 reviews
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    Landpension Dubnitz, Sassnitz
    6.7 Review score 18 reviews
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    Hotel Stranddistel Rügen, Göhren
    8.7 Excellent 337 reviews
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    Haus Südstrand, Göhren
    8.4 Very Good 157 reviews
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Rügen Highlights

Relish resort living in Binz
As Rügen’s largest seaside resort, Binz is an oasis of long sandy beaches and chic shopping promenades. Stroll the distinctive pier ordine in a trendy beachside restaurant.
Visit Cape Arkona’s lighthouses
Cape Arkona and the nearby fishing village of Vitt have plenty to offer. The 2 ancient lighthouses and the Slavic temple fortress of Jaromarsburg, are must-see spots.
Stand atop the Königsstuhl Rügen chalk cliff
Located in the Jasmund National Park, the Königsstuhl Rügen is a majestic sight. This 118 m high white chalk cliff contrasts against lush vegetation and the sparkling sea.
Walk amongst the trees at Naturerbe Zentrum Rügen
Spiral your way up the impressive Baumwipfelpfad (tree top walk) at Naturerbe Zentrum Rügen. Ascend through the forest and over the tree line for panoramic views.
Unwind by the seaside in Sellin
Famous for its stunning pier and villa architecture,Sellin is a popular seaside resort. Brimming with natural beauty, you can sunbake on the beach or swim in the tranquil lake.
Chow down fish and chips at Fischräucherei Kuse
The waterfront Fischräucherei Kuse restaurant has been serving up a classic seafood experience for over four generations. Snag the catch of the day or freshly smoked fish.
Dress like a pirate for the Stoertebeker Festival
Each year from June to September, pirate history is celebrated at Stoertebeker Festival. Ralswiek open-air theatre hosts a play and nightly fireworks display.
Chug along the Rasender Roland railway
All aboard the Rasender Roland, affectionately called the“Rushing Roland”. This endearing steam-powered railway has been connecting many of Rügen’s attractions since 1895.
Cycle the countryside on Hiddensee Island
Hiddensee Island’s open countryside, unspoiled beaches and pretty dwellings are best explored on two wheels. Renting a bike is the best way to explore this car-free island.
Explore the spooky Prora Holiday Camp
Prora Holiday Camp was planned by Hitler in the 1930s as a resort for holidaying workers. Today the vacant buildings stand as an eerie testament to Third Reich architecture.

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