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All roads lead to Rügen

All roads lead to Rügen

The journey is the destination – even if you can hardly wait to arrive in Rügen and the Aquamaris Strandresidenz, don’t miss out on the many possibilities to make even the journey varied! Whether by land, sea or air. Of course, you can arrive in the classic way with your own car; Rügen is easily accessible via well-developed federal roads as well as motorways. From Stralsund, you can reach the island via the Rügen Bridge or the “old” Rügen Dam.

A nice alternative is the Stahlbrode-Glewitz car ferry, which sails to Rügen every 20 minutes during the summer season. This gives you that “island feeling” even during the crossing. For guests from Sweden, Denmark, the Baltic States and Russia, travelling by ferry is the best option anyway. The ferry port of Sassnitz, only a 30-minute drive from the Aquamaris Strandresidenz, has a long tradition that began as early as 1897 with the Sassnitz-Trelleborg mail steamer line.

The unique atmosphere of arriving across the sea, when the destination slowly appears on the horizon, is especially enjoyed on a sailing boat. Rügen, with 600 km of varied coastline, sheltered bays and many harbours and marinas, is a great sailing destination. Whether for charter, a day trip with a skipper or for a sailing course, our cooperation partner Mola Yachting in Breege will be happy to advise you! 

For those who prefer to stay on land, there are also sporty travel options: Did you know that the European long-distance hiking trail E10 connects the south of Spain with the north of Finland? On German territory, the trail runs from Muskauer Heide via Stralsund to Cape Arkona on Rügen. So how about travelling there on foot and then pampering yourself at the Aquamaris Strandresidenz Rügen?

Instead of hiking, the stages can also be covered by bike, then you can even explore the island on your own “wire bike”.

Rügen is also easy to reach by train, a particularly stress-free way to travel. There are ICE/IC connections from Rhine/Ruhr and Rhine/Main, from Berlin and Hamburg, as well as from central and southern Germany, among others. Inexpensive tickets such as the Mecklenburg-Vorpommern ticket or the Baltic Sea ticket are not only good for the environment, but also for your wallet.  

Even avid flyers can land their own plane on Rügen, at Güttlin airfield (OFR), 8 km south of Bergen. If you don’t want a private jet, you can also take one of the daily sightseeing flights over the island and discover Rügen from a bird’s eye view.

Whether by car, ferry, sailing boat, train, plane, bicycle or on foot – all roads lead to Rügen!

We wish you a good, safe and beautiful journey!