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Schleswig-Holstein and the Baltic Coast Sights

Sassnitz

Updated 11/13/2013

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This small fishing town is the island's harbor for ferries to Sweden. Sassnitz is surrounded by some of the most pristine nature to be found along the Baltic Coast. Ten kilometers (6 miles) north of Sassnitz are the twin chalk cliffs of Rügen's main attraction, the Stubbenkammer headland. From here you can best see the much-photographed white-chalk cliffs called the Königstuhl, rising 350 feet from the sea. A steep trail leads down to a beach.

Jasmund

Nationalpark. From Sassnitz, walk to Jasmund Nationalpark to explore the marshes, lush pine forests, and towering chalk cliffs. Jasmund Nationalpark, Johanniskirchstraße, 18546. www.nationalpark-jasmund.de.

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Merkelstraße, Rugen Island, Germany

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Updated 11/13/2013

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