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34 thoughts on “Sylt and Rügen: The Tale of Two Seas”

  1. Fantastic photos and post! The cliffs in Rugen are breathtaking..I don’t see anyone swimming, did you visit them during off-season? 🙂 I imagine the water must be cold.. I have been to North Sea beach in Netherlands and Baltic sea coast in Finland and Poland.. I did love the beaches, but the water was too cold 🙂

      1. It’s great that you found out local favorites and share them with us! I much prefer them than touristic places. I will check out your blog before traveling somewhere. 🙂

      2. Many thanks 🙂 I am glad to know that my blog could hep you plan your future trips. I haven’t been in many places yet, even in Germany, but I will try my best.

    1. Many thanks for your very kind words 🙂 I just have a look at your blog and I found it really great and inspiring, especially the crafting part *thumb up*. I am terrible at crafting but I might try 🙂

  2. Very nice feature and photos! Just to add that the wild Western beach of Prerow on Darß peninsula at the Baltic Sea also really nice. But for bathing it must be really hot ….

    1. I have never heard of Prerow before. But I just googled, and I must say it looks no less stunning than Sylt. The beach is even wider 🙂 Thanks for the information!

  3. I have researched this area for a possible cycling trip. Seeing your photos, especially those white cliffs, has got me even more excited about exploring this part of Germany. You’re right, beaches aren’t the typical images that come to mind when people think of Germany. Great post!

  4. Such gorgeous photos Len. You do it every time! I wish I had half your skill. As for Sylt and Rügen – both look enticing, though certainly not for a traditional beach holiday, but just for the beauty of the area. I’ve never seen anything like those beach baskets! So unique.

    1. Your words made my day, Alison. But I don’t think I’m that skillful 😛 The strandkorb is brilliant, right. Some even have built-in tables (like in the plane) and baskets to store towels, bags, etc.

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