The port town of Stralsund is located on the southern coast of Germany, southeast of Flensburg on the Baltic Sea. It faces the Strelasund, which is a narrow sound that separates Rugen Island from the country’s mainland and has been inhabited since medieval times. Today, the area has become a popular tourist destination for boating and yachting enthusiasts from around the world, thanks in part to its stunning beauty and rich cultural heritage.


While visiting Stralsund, be sure to venture inland long enough to view the old Gothic-style town centre, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, including the Old Market Square and the 13th century church of St. Nicholas. Also of note, Stralsund is home to several maritime museums dedicated to the ocean and the history of the German Navy. The marina here is well equipped with a wide range of amenities, including direct access to a number of water sports.

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Baltic Sea
German Baltic Sea
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