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Scharbeutz - Kinderfreundliches Urlaubsziel an der Ostsee mit tollem Strand, Bild: LaMiaFotografia / shutterstock

5 tips for your Scharbeutz holiday

If you are looking for a kilometre-long and child-friendly fine sandy beach – and prefer to spend your holiday in Germany – you should make a note of Scharbeutz in the Bay of Lübeck for your next holiday.

Located right next to the equally popular Timmendorfer Strand and the Pönitz Lake District, there is something for every holiday taste: Gumda’s play beach inspires young holidaymakers between 3 and 12 years of age.

On the action and fun beach, you have the opportunity to work off the delicious holiday food with a game of beach soccer or beach volleyball. But dog owners and friends of nudism are also thought of with their own beach sections.

Excursion tips in Scharbeutz

Below we have put together some excursion tips for you that you can use if you want to leave your
Scharbeutz holiday apartment with sea view
and take advantage of the many possibilities on site:

Cycle tour along the Bay of Lübeck

Scharbeutz Beach
Explore the Bay of Lübeck (Image: Scharbeutz Beach) by bike and combine sport and recreation, Image: LaMiaFotografia / shutterstock

There is hardly any place where cycling is more relaxed than along the Baltic Sea coast in the Bay of Lübeck. Constantly fresh sea air, a great view, wide promenades and only slight inclines. This makes it easy to explore the region with the whole family on a bike. And even tourists of older semesters are not deprived of this opportunity nowadays thanks to the e-bikes. Drive from seaside resort to seaside resort and enjoy the breaks with delicious coffee and cake in one of the countless restaurants and cafes on site.

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Ostsee-Therme Scharbeutz

And if, for once, the weather is worse – in the Ostsee-Therme you can indulge in bathing pleasure all year round. Here, too, there is something for every taste.

Opening hours: Water worlds & sauna paradise Daily 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. (except Christmas Eve)Visitors
who are looking for relaxation and recuperation will find it in the sauna paradise with currently ten different saunas on three levels in combination with whirlpools, wellness massages and spacious relaxation zones with a great view of the Baltic Sea and relaxed lounging options. Special highlight: In good weather, the Garden of Eden offers you the opportunity to relax on the Baltic Sea beach directly after a visit to the sauna or simply enjoy the sun and get a little tan.

The youngest visitors splash around in the children’s adventure world at a water temperature of 34 degrees.

But thrill lovers will also get their money’s worth at the Ostsee-Therme. Two water slides, one of which has a gradient of 42%, provide fun and the desired adrenaline rush.

Visit to the Hanseatic City of Lübeck

Holsten Gate
The Holsten Gate in Lübeck, Image: foto-select / shutterstock

For culture enthusiasts, a trip to the city of Lübeck , which is less than 30 minutes away by car, is a good idea. With just under 220,000 inhabitants, the marzipan city of Lübeck is the second largest city in Schleswig Holstein after Kiel. Did you know that marzipan was originally made as a remedy? Learn more about the history of the popular sweet in the Niederegger Marzipan Salon.

A visit to St. Mary’s Church, built from 1250 to 1350, is definitely worth seeing, which is the highest brick vault in the world with a height of 38.5 meters and the two 120-meter-high towers.

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Of course, a visit to the Holsten Gate should not be missed on a Lübeck city tour. The town’s landmark was completed in 1478.

Hansapark Sierksdorf

The Hansapark in Sierksdorf is Germany’s only amusement park by the sea. More than 125 attractions provide good entertainment for young and old in the family-friendly park. Countless spectacular roller coasters are waiting to be ridden by visitors. Particularly spectacular: the 120-metre-high “Highlander”, which opened in 2019, is the world’s tallest free-fall tower with tiltable seats with a drop height of 103 metres. Madness: First enjoy the view of the Bay of Lübeck at a lofty height and then “fly” back towards the ground at speed.

Every year, the park has new shows and ride attractions on offer, so it’s also worth a repeat visit.

Info:

Season 2020 March 28 – October 18, 2020 Opening hours:
9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Ride attractions:
10:00 am – 6:00 pm

 

SEA LIFE Timmendorfer Strand

The perfect destination for the family. Here you will discover over 2,500 underwater animals from all over the world and observe sharks and rays during show feedings by the specially trained staff. In the recreated rainforest you will meet exotic animals in the tropical flora.