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Boat trips take place from Rerik harbour around the Saelzhaff. This is a stretch of water sheltered from the Baltic by the Wustrow peninsular, formerly a Soviet military base. A two hour trip takes you to the northern part of Insel Poel and back. There is a commentary, in German, for a good part of the journey, interspersed with recordings of sea shanties! The adult fare was 11 Euros. Refreshments, served to your table, are available and are reasonably priced.
Written Oct 1, 2008
Sanddorn is a local (to NE Germany) berry, which makes a tasty fruit tea full of vitamins. Packets of it can be bought for 3E at the little shop on the beach. I bought some but haven't tried it yet.
Updated Jan 5, 2007
But this time there was a purpose! People come to Rerik to look for Baltic Gold often washed up in the sand after a storm. Bernstein or Amber, for which this area is renowned is sold worldwide and the local Schmuck shops are full of it!
We looked and looked and found one or two stones that might possibly be amber, but probably not, and they are still in my coat pocket as a nice souvenir. It takes a trained eye to find this stuff.. not a half hour stroll by a complete novice.. although some people have been known to get lucky!
Written Jan 5, 2007
Address: Rerik beach