The Usedomer Inselbäder:
In the north of the island are the Usedom islanders in Zinnowitz, Trassenheide, and Karlshagen. For undisturbed bathing passport is provided. All three bathrooms have been awarded the ""Blue Flag for Bavarians on coasts and inland waters"". This award indicates a very high standard of cleanliness of the sea water and the surrounding nature. The extensive shallow water areas and the wide beaches are particularly suitable for families with smaller children. If you are looking for a little, you can even find very lonely beach sections.
The Usedom amber baths:
Zempin, Koserow, Loddin and Ückeritz are located in the middle of the island in the narrowest point where you can look from the Baltic Sea to a roller water. The seaside resorts are somewhat smaller and more tranquil than their more famous sisters. They offer more idylls and closeness to nature. After stormy days on the lake, it is not so rare to find Bernsteine on the Baltic Sea beach. The second highest elevation of the island, the Streckelsberg, is located at Koserow.
The 3 imperial baths,
The sea healing baths Bansin, Heringsdorf and Ahlbeck, connected by the promenade in Europe with 8 km and combined with a bike path, are located in the southeast. With their white sandy beach up to 70 m wide, they are among the most beautiful baths in the scenic island of Usedom. There you will find modern apartments and houses, cozy private rooms and many hotels and pensions. The trademarks of Heringsdorf and Ahlbeck are the pier. At 508 m, the Heringsdorf pier is the longest building of this type of continental Europe. The idyllic roller water lies between the mainland and the island.