Europe's longest beach promenade
The glittering architecture lines Europe's longest beach promenade, which stretches 12.5 kilometers connecting Bansin, Heringsdorf and Ahlbeck with Swinemünde in Poland. Thus, their stately and magnificent exteriors lend the three German seaside resorts a noble ambience. They look like candy with their columns, turrets and scrolls. Lovingly restored, the stately houses are reminiscent of the wealthy builders who left behind impressive Renaissance palaces or even classicist villas.
The youngest resort
The youngest and smallest imperial resort, Bansin, was founded as a seaside resort in 1897. Here, the stylish seaside resort architecture was built on gap, so that the residents of the second row also enjoy magnificent Baltic Sea views. A completely preserved and particularly impressive architecture can be admired in the Bergstraße. Convince yourself!