Sellin Pier - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting
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About Sellin Pier
Called Seebrücke Sellin in German, a dock located in the Baltic seaside resort of Sellin, Rügen Island, Germany. The dock has a restaurant near the beach above the water and has a diving gondola.
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Attractions Near Sellin Pier
Granitz Hunting Lodge
4.72km from Sellin Pier
Granitz Hunting Lodge is located on Rügen Island near Binz's seaside resort. With over 200,000 visitors a year, it is the most famous castle in the state. The lodge lies in the middle of the forested Granitz ridge, built on the highest hill in East Rügen, 107 m above sea level. From the observation platform, 145 metres above sea level, on the roof of the tower, there is a panoramic view in all directions, especially over the south and east of Rügen.
Treetop walk in Naturerbe Zentrum Rügen
10.76km from Sellin Pier
With a total length of 1,250 meters and a height of 4 - 17 meters, the Treetop Walk is located in the pristine beech forest. The walk and observation tower designed to be accessible and family-friendly, and is through numerous learning and activity stations.
Jasmund National Park
18.86km from Sellin Pier
This nature reserve was founded in 1990 on the Jasmund peninsula, located northeast of Rügen island in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Germany. It is known for having the largest chalk cliffs in Germany. The cliffs are heigh up to 161 m above the Sea, with an area of 30 km2. Its beech forest was added to the UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2011.
Historical Technical Museum, Peenemünde
27.95km from Sellin Pier
Formerly Peenemünde Information Centre for History and Technology, a museum, established in 1991, in the observation site of the former power station in Peenemünde on Usedom Island, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania. The museum focuses on the history of the Peenemünde Army Research Centre and the Luftwaffe test site, mainly the rockets and missiles developed between 1936 and 1945.
Gorch Fock I
39.71km from Sellin Pier
Gorch Fock I is a German barque with three masts, the first of a series built-in 1933. It has five sister ships and was taken as war reparations by the Soviet Union after World War II and renamed Tovarishch; then, it sailed under Ukraine before being transferred to Stralsund in 2003. It is currently a museum ship.
Discover More Attractions in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Home of Sellin Pier
Mecklenburg-Vorpommern is located on the north coastline of Germany and has 1.94% of Germany's population. Its capital is Schwerin, and Rostock is the largest city. The big cities in the state include Stralsund, Wismar, Neubrandenburg, Greifswald, and Güstrow. The state was established in 1945 by the merger of Prussian Western Pomerania and Mecklenburg.
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