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Bungsberg - Things to Know Before Visiting

Bungsberg, 23744 Schönwalde am Bungsberg, Germany

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About Bungsberg

The Bungsberg is 167.4 m above sea level. NHN the highest elevation in Schleswig-Holstein. It is located in Holstein Switzerland in the area of ​​the municipality of Schönwalde am Bungsberg in the Ostholstein district; the municipality of Kasseedorf and the municipality of Kirchnüchel in the Plön district are located near the elevation in the same district.


Attractions Near Bungsberg

Kellersee
Kellersee9.45km from Bungsberg

The Kellersee is a lake in Holstein Switzerland. It lies east of Malente in the course of the Schwentine, is 560 hectares in size, up to 27 m deep and is about 24 m above sea level. NN . To the southeast of the lake is the Eutin district of Fissau , on the north bank the district of Sielbeck. It is managed by the Schwarten fishery. This also runs a small restaurant directly on the lake shore.

Hansa-Park
Hansa-Park15.56km from Bungsberg

The Hansa-Park is a seasonal amusement park in Schleswig-Holstein on the Baltic Sea. The park is run by Christoph Andreas Leicht. The park today covers 460,000 m² with - according to its own statements - more than 125 attractions and welcomed 1.4 million guests in 2016. This makes it one of the five largest German amusement parks. From 1973 to 1976, the site was home to the first German Legoland.

Holstein Switzerland Nature Park
Holstein Switzerland Nature Park16.63km from Bungsberg

The Holstein Switzerland Nature Park provides breeding and resting points for many aquatic birds such as the great crested grebe and the coot. Keen birdwatchers should head to the Heidmoor area for a glimpse into the world of the corn crake or the Rathjensdorf area to spot the white-tailed eagle. The Kalkberg hill is located at the heart of Bad Segeberg, providing the backdrop for the Karl May Festival. Its underground system of caves is home to more than 20,000 bats.

Selenter See
Selenter See20.83km from Bungsberg

The Selenter See is the second-largest lake in the North German state of Schleswig-Holstein. The lake is also known for its abundance of fish. It contains eels, perch, pike, and large and small vendace, as well as a roach in large quantities. It was used as a water airport because of its long, compact body of water, which had its landing site in Bellin on the sandy beach there.

Plön Castle
Plön Castle21.04km from Bungsberg

Plön Castle is one of the largest castles in the north German state of Schleswig-Holstein and the only one located on a hill. It was once a military academy and a boarding school, now it is home to an opticians training centre. Visitors can explore the huge grounds surrounding the castle, admire the many lakes of the region, explore the nearby city, or even take a castle tour and find out about its use today and its historical role.

Großer Plöner See
Großer Plöner See22.96km from Bungsberg

The Große Plöner See, also just Plöner See, is the largest lake in Schleswig-Holstein and the tenth-largest lake in Germany with a good 28 km². It extends southwest of the city of Plön, which lies on its bank. With a lake area of ​​28 km² and a depth of up to 56 m, the lake, which lies entirely in the Holstein Switzerland Nature Park, is the largest and deepest in Schleswig-Holstein.

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Schleswig-Holstein
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Schleswig-Holstein is a northwestern state of Germany. The state is known for its history, culture, and architecture. There is a river called Eider which forms the historic border between Schleswig and Holstein.

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