A profound landscape with such a perfect sky.
A little stylish. A little costy. But worth every dime.
Home is where the heart is.
If you require assistance in making hotel reservations or wish to get information about attractions in the area the tourism information centre of Timmendorfer Strand is situated right in the centre. Their web page offers additional information as well as information about hotels and accommodation in the area.more
Right next to the harbour basin one can find a fish restaurant that serves smoked fish right from the sea. I don’t think one can get fish fresher anywhere else!! There is no service – one queues at a counter and orders the foot and then sits at one of the long tables overlooking the port.more
A small port that accommodates yachts as well as fishing vessels can be found in Niendorf just east of the beaches of Timmendorfer Strand. This picturesque little port can be quiet busy during the summer months with many yachts making a stop along the route of sailing the Baltic Sea.more
Okay imagine one of the typical North German reed houses with Japanese sculptures around it. I was a bit startled to see this oddity along the beach of Timmendorfer Strand. Asiatica however is a beautiful gallery that has art and books on offer and it’s a worse while stop along the beach route.more
I don’t think you can find these anywhere else in the world – the typical beach basket, the small “apartment” each beach goer can rent on the sandy beaches along the German coast. I have seen them almost everywhere along the Baltic Sea coast. The tradition goes back over 100 years and is still kept today. A fee of around EUR 5 will hire you one of...more
The main reason why visitors venture to the Northern parts of Germany is to relax on the beaches, this also applies for Timmendorfer Strand. Here wide sandy beaches invite to enjoy vacation time. The water temperature however is something for hardened swimmers – during my stay in July – which is mid summer it was around 18 degree Centigrade. A...more
Along the beach, on the lovely and green promenade of Timmendorfer Strand, which goes all the way to Niendorf and Luebeck, are many, many snack booths. There ppl can take a break from their swim, bicycle, walk or whatsoever, and have little meals, snacks, soft drinks, ice cream. Snack booth Moevennest provids with the best little meals, and is also...more
Doesn't that look tasty? And I don't necessarily mean the painter only but Moevenpick ice cream as well, which is quite famous in Germany for its great, rich, and very creamy taste. Not sure whether Moevenpick is a German, Austrian or a company from The Swiss? Anyway, they do offer fantastic tasting ice cream, almost as fantastic as Janny's. Worth...more
Mien Baecker is a bakery which is located right inside that local & huge famila shop. Customers can sit & eat there (self-service). One would choose from their pretty big & fresh selection of baked goodies, tea, coffee, soft drinks. One put the choosen things on a tablet, pay and then take a seat. Very simple, very fresh & tasty. Most of the...more
Filou is a restaurant & cafe, and for my understanding they also have a snack booth in front of their restaurant that looks like a little lighthouse and offers fantastic fries, real crispy & hot. Also hot dogs to go - open if weather cooperates. Restaurant Filou itself was very crowded when we made it there yet still cosy. It's right on pedestrian...more
Restaurant Feuerstein is lovely located at the Kurpark. So far I understand it's the most inexpensive place around. It's also a sportsbar, and restaurant for ordering pizza by phone. Service/waiters are friendly. Fast they get the meals done. We've been there for a small supper only and there for had only a salad, bread which tasted wonderful since...more
The other year we didn't take the highway but mostly drove on back roads which was less a drive but cosy crawls behind hay trucks and such. That, with Trace Adkins tracks playing, we thought our detour was quite ok. Hemmelsdorf lies to the north of Luebeck between Ratekau and Timmendorfer Strand. In the area known as seagull island, the...more
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Great shop that provids most of the categories mentioned: any thing foodstuff and drink, books, discount stuff, children & ladies & men's clothes, sporting goods, art & crafts & stationery, some computer and electronic items, gifts & souvenirs, music, bath and beauty related things, shoes, toys, games, and I think flowers too. Have never come to know a famila shop before, and I was really surprised by their staff's helpfulness, friendliness, and their truly kind way of treating their customers. If we had such a shop around I def. would stick with'em. Maybe famila's staff is trained in the states since such friendliness is still not happen too often with German shops. And: they are open on Sundays. Many parking spots in front of the shop. And the main bus station too.
The curative waters of this Baltic Sea resort are blessed with a salt content that ranges from 0.3 to 1.8 per cent. A number of skin conditions can be alleviated by the disinfecting properties of this saline water. The spa treatment centre for example, offers a comprehensive range of non-residential health treatments.Ostsee-Holstein-Tourismus e....more
Up until today I personally haven't visit Sea Life though I do spend time in Timmendorfer Strand once in a while. Seems Sea Life to me is not really a must do thing. However, it's a nice opportunity on a rainy day, I guess. Discover the fascination of the underwater world at Sea Life Timmendorfer Strand – from mussels to sea horses, starfish and...more
The curative Baltic Sea water boasts a salt content that ranges from 0.3 to 1.8 per cent. A number of skin conditions can be alleviated by the disinfecting properties of this saline water. Treatments are available for cardiovascular diseases, musculo-skeletal illnesses, respiratory diseases, childhood illnesses, diseases of the nervous system,...more
How about a boat trip on the Baltic Sea from Timmendorfer Strand to Groemitz or the Fehrman island? We haven't done that as I really am not sea safe (those few times I needed to take a ferry my stomac did nothing but turn and turn and turn more) yet the offers for any boat trips do look interesting, and not too expensive.more
Not too sure whether minigolf could be considered a sport? However it's a funny looking game. This minigolf place right at Timmendorfer Strand's Kurpark is a very cute looking one. We haven't played there but had their fantastic tasting coffee which comes in a plastic cup what's just fine. And a popcsicle. Also this minigolf course offers bicycles...more
Beach volleyball, or sand volleyball, is an Olympic team sport played on sand. Like other variations of volleyball, two teams, separated by a high net, try to score points against the other by grounding a ball on the other team's court. Competitive beach volleyball teams usually consist of two players, though recreational variations can contain up...more
If I was to say whether minigolf or rather chess is considered a sport, I most likely answer "rather chess". But then again I have no clue, I yet think this huge painted chess board right at the Kurpark with cosy benches, looks very inviting. Sort of Italian style, like ppl that do the "boccia" thing. As far as I understand, one would ask for the...more