Hanseatic Rugen und Villen

4.5 out of 5 stars4.5 Stars

Nordperdstrasse 2, Gohren, Mecklenburg-West Pomerania, 18586, Germany
Hanseatic Rugen und Villen
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Costs 59% more than similarly rated 4.5 star hotels

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Travel Tips for Rügen

The Beaches and Coast

by elgin99

Beaches on isle of Rügen are great, unique.... which word I should take for it? Fine sand beaches change with cliff lines and stones. Luxurious beaches, natural beaches. The last I like more, of course. That´s me.
Belong the coast you find forests. And inmidst the forests everywhere cottages, trailer (fixed), little homes, mostly of the time from former GDR, rests of that time. But reconstructed mostly. You can´t see from the road and outside, very hidden.

Sand, sand, everywhere sand, in forests, villages, naturally at beach.
And strolling people there, searching for amber. It is possible to find. I found also that days a little bit, again.

Beautiful Stones

by m-joy

Especially at the stony beach near the Kreidefelsen (Königsstuhl) but also at some other beaches of Rügen beautiful stones of all shapes and colours can be found. They can get very very heavy in your backpack when you have to carry them up the stairs through the woods to the parking place.

Parking your car

by Broekie

Getting money out of parking has turned into a new art form in Ruegen. When looking at 10 parking lots you have to pay at 11. OK, the math doesn't add up, but you get the picture. Be sure you have enough small change present, because (as far as I could see) ticket automates only take coins.


by Madschick

Rügen is quite famous for its amber. If you are lucky, you can find some on the beach!

Amber is the hardened resin of coniferous and angiosperms trees. The sticky extrusive mass that comes from a cut on a pine tree is resin. Under the proper conditions the resin undergoes certain physical and chemical changes that turn it into amber.

Each locality produces amber of a distinct type. Often the location of the amber can be derived visually from the amber itself. Baltic amber may have a cloudy appearance, due to air bubbles. The thicker the flow, the more bubbles that remained. The thinner the flow, the fewer the bubbles. Baltic amber also has a high percentage of succinic acid, as much as 8% by weight.

Amber comes in many colors. Typically amber golden yellow, but can also be green, red blue and clear. Surprisingly, it is relatively stable and is insoluble even in many organic solvents. It has a specific gravity of 1.05 to 1.09 and therefore floats - it should sink if the specific gravity is greater than 1. The Greeks believed that amber was the petrification of sunrays; some even felt that it was petrified tears. They prized amber for the magical properties that electricity exhibited when rubbed. The term electricity is derived from the Greek word, elektron, which is also the Greek word for amber. The better quality amber was and often is polished and used for jewelry.

The selective entrapping of insects and other small animals is a fascinating aspect of the fossil. Large animals are often strong enough to break free of the sticky resin, while small insects such as ants, bees, beetles and mites are usually not strong enough to break free from its hold. It is for this reason that animals most often-found in amber are Arthropods.

Tour de Rügen

by Leipzig

In July I did a tour through Rügen. I've visited the most attractive places. My route:
"Stubbenkammer" &"Jasmund National Park"
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Hanseatic Rugen und Villen

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Nordperdstrasse 2, Gohren, Mecklenburg-West Pomerania, 18586, Germany

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Address: Nordperdstrasse 2, Gohren, Mecklenburg-West Pomerania, 18586, Germany