Apartments & holiday homes at the baltic sea

Apartments & holiday homes at the baltic sea

Apartments on the Baltic Sea

The 50 best holiday apartments on the Baltic Sea

Price and availability index for Baltic Sea

Price information for accommodation on the Baltic Sea

This graph shows the price development for accommodation on the Baltic Sea. The average price for a holiday home is highest in July (11.07. – 18.07.), With 123 € per night. The cheapest month of the year is January with an average price of 73 € for an apartment.

Availability information for holiday apartments on the Baltic Sea

Above you can see what percentage of holiday homes on the Baltic Sea are available at different seasons. Only 43% of holiday homes and apartments on the Baltic Sea are available in July. If you want to travel this month, you better book early. In contrast, December is the month with the highest availability rate in the Baltic.

Welcome to the Baltic Sea

Discover the Baltic Sea

The German part of the Baltic Sea offers a diverse program of recreation, leisure activities and sights with more than 2,000 kilometers of coastline. If you only think of beach holidays, you underestimate the diversity of the holiday region: cozy Hanseatic cities, rich in history, culture and numerous sights, as well as diverse landscapes offer a variety of activities and sports facilities for all tastes.

About the Baltic Sea

The German Baltic Sea includes the large islands Fehmarn, Rügen and Usedom.

  • Rügen, the largest German island, has some offshore islands, of which Hiddensee is the best known.
  • Usedom, whose eastern part belongs to Poland, is known for its amber and imperial baths as well as the longest beach promenade in Europe.

Find your perfect apartment on the Baltic Sea

Places and accommodations

In the eastern part of the Baltic Sea, the island of Usedom offers not only the most sunshine in Germany, but also famous seaside resorts such as Heringsdorf or Ahlbeck. Here you can admire the magnificent resort architecture and enjoy the beautiful long white sandy beaches and the Mediterranean flair.

The university town of Greifswald was largely renovated after the fall of the Berlin Wall and presents its impressive architecture in a new light: the well-known Greifswald town hall, together with the adjacent market square and the ornate patrician houses from the Hanseatic era, provide a fascinating backdrop.

Rügen is the largest island in Germany and also has miles of beaches to offer and is also known for its picturesque seaside resorts such as Binz or Göhren, their chalk cliffs in the Jasmund National Park and their biodiversity.

The cities of Kiel, Flensburg or Rostock with the popular seaside resort of Warnemünde and Lübeck, whose picturesque old town has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, are worth a visit. In which holiday region the trip should also go, Wimdu offers from the cheap apartment in the city center over a large holiday home directly on the beach to the spacious apartment with sea views guarantees a suitable accommodation on the Baltic Sea.

If you are looking for an insider tip for a holiday with a dog on the Baltic Sea, we recommend our dog-friendly accommodations in Kühlungsborn.


The Baltic Sea has season all year round. The entire region offers its visitors an exciting program of recreation, sports and leisure activities as well as sights. The various seaside resorts and their long picturesque sandy beaches and the surrounding natural paradises are worth a visit in every season. Even in the cooler autumn months, a relaxing walk along the dunes or in the lush forests of the national parks is worthwhile.

As soon as the first rays of sun come out, the beaches are not just for sunbathing and swimming. Whether surfing, kiting, sailing, fishing, diving or golfing, there are plenty of opportunities to engage in extensive sports activities on the Baltic Sea.

Furthermore, the varied natural landscapes are ideal for extensive cycling or hiking tours. In addition to the unique natural scenery, the enchanting spa architecture from the 18th and 19th centuries also contributes to the idyllic charm of the seaside resorts.

But the Hanseatic cities such as Lübeck, Stralsund, Rostock and Wismar invite you to explore and enjoy. They are rich in culture and history and impress with impressive sights, an exciting cultural program and regional festivities.

to eat and drink

Of course, fish dishes can be found on every menu on the Baltic Sea. Freshly caught fish, whether smoked or raw, can be obtained either directly from the local fishermen in their smokehouses or prepared first class in the numerous top restaurants.

The well-known dishes include boiled hornfish, recognizable by its significant blue bones, and original Rügen carp, which is baked and served with spicy horseradish. As a snack you should not miss a delicious fish sandwich!

But not only fish lovers, but also meat gourmets come to regional game dishes such as wild boar roast or hare ragout, which are often served with tufts, so boiled potatoes, or juicy Galloway beef and Holsteiner Katenschinken on the enjoyment.

In addition, the numerous sea buckthorn products are a well-known regional specialty. The sea buckthorn bushes, which are typical for the Baltic Sea region, as they mainly grow on dunes, provide vitamin-rich berries, from which, for example, fresh juices, liqueurs and jams are produced and sold on weekly and farm markets.

Arrival and transportation

Whether by car, train, bus, plane or ferry – the entire Baltic Sea region can be reached very comfortably and flexibly.

If you arrive by car, however, it should be noted that some places on the Baltic Sea island require a tourist tax to ensure that the traffic in the seaside resorts does not overreach and contaminate the air.

From Lübeck and Hamburg airports, the holiday region is optimally accessible. These connect the Baltic Sea regionally and internationally and also offer flights to the major European cities.

In addition, the main stations and the central bus stations of the Hanseatic cities provide local and long-distance connections to the region. On the large islands and in the Baltic Sea region itself, it can be easily reached by public transport.

As a cycling region, the area also offers a well-developed network of cycle paths. If you want to leave your own bike at home, you can rent bikes at the numerous hire stations conveniently and flexibly.

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