Located directly on the longest sandy beach of Rügen
The AQUAMARIS beach residence is located directly on the longest sandy beach of Rügen in Juliusruh on the Wittow peninsula. From the main building and the residences it is only 50 to 100 metres and you are already standing in the white sand of the Baltic Sea beach.
The holiday island of Rügen is the largest German island and belongs to the holiday region of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. The Hanseatic city of Stralsund is the gateway to the island of Rügen.
The island is connected to the mainland by the Rügen Dam and the Rügen Bridge. Rügen has a length of 52 kilometres (from south to north) and a maximum width of 1 kilometre. There is much to discover and do on the area of almost 930 km². Rügen received the World Natural Heritage designation in 2011 for its impressive beech population and the famous chalk cliffs as well as the Jasmund National Park. In total, Rügen impresses with 574 km of coastline. Characteristic for Rügen are the numerous bays, peninsulas, headlands, inland lakes, Bodden and offshore islands.
Rügen is a popular holiday destination because of its diverse landscape, typical seaside resort architecture and long, fine-sand beaches. And Breege-Juliusruh is located on one of the most beautiful and longest beaches.
Situated between the Bodden & the sea, the place offers ideal conditions for relaxing and eventful holidays for the whole family.
The typical Rügen with its wide landscapes, the coast, the sea and pure nature can be found right here! In summer, spring, autumn and winter. Whether sun worshippers, water sports enthusiasts, anglers, hikers or beach walkers – everyone will find their perfect programme here. For visitors who want to explore the area by bike, there are well-developed cycle paths and, of course, bicycles for hire.
The famous Cape Arkona is certainly a worthwhile destination. So is the UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Jasmund National Park. The other sights of the Wittow peninsula can also be reached easily and quickly from Juliusruh and Breege.