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Exploring Heringsdorf

A popular holiday haven on the sparkling Baltic Coast, Heringsdorf occupies a photogenic spot on Usedom Island – Germany’s sunniest region. Known as the ‘Bathtub of Berlin’, it was historically a spa retreat for German emperors and high society, who left behind a prim portfolio of Bader-style villas and mansions. Comprised of 3 communities gilded with 12 kilometres of soft white sand, today the resort offers something for all, from beach-based R&R and family attractions, to cycling and walking trails that weave about the island’s idyllic hinterland.


Accommodations in Heringsdorf

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Heringsdorf is the Nadler Hof, which has been booked 5 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Hotel Residenz Waldoase in Heringsdorf as it has been reserved 5 times.

There are some amazing options offering top-notch services and facilities. Check out Steigenberger Grandhotel & Spa Heringsdorf and Travel Charme Strandidyll Heringsdorf.


Sightseeing in Heringsdorf

- Heringsdorf Pier


Jutting out 508 metres into the ocean, Heringsdorf Pier is the longest of the resort’s three piers. Offering magnificent views and fresh sea air, it features a shopping centre, several eateries, and a small Shell Museum.


- Ahlbeck Pier


Whilst Heringsdorf Pier has the most going on, Ahlbeck Pier is the oldest and prettiest. Dating back to the 19th century and stretching 280 metres out to sea, the traditional walkway is home to a restaurant that serves up quality cuisine with a sea view on the side. On the square in front of the pier you’ll see the Ahlbeck’s antique art nouveau clock.


Transportation in Heringsdorf

Usedom Island is conveniently served by Heringsdorf Airport, a regional gateway situated around 10 kilometres from the resort. It provides seasonal domestic services to Cologne, Dortmund, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, and Stuttgart – all of which offer links to international destinations should you need a connecting flight. When you’ve landed you can get to the resort by taxi or the airport’s bus service, whilst some hotels in Heringsdorf offer their own transfers too. If you’re arriving by train, the historic and centrally located Seebad Heringsdorf Station will be your stop.