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Find out more about Germany's second largest island.

With 445 km ² Usedom is Germany's second largest island after complaints. It is located in the Pomeranian Bay in the southern Baltic Sea. It is separated from the mainland by the Peenestrom and the Szczecin Lagoon, and by the Świna (Swine) from the neighboring island of Wolin.

It offers incomparable climatic and natural conditions for a relaxing holiday. The scenic beauty, coupled with the healthy climate, made Usedom already in the 19th century a popular holiday destination. The fine, white sandy beach stretches over 42 km of length from Peenemünde in the NW to Swinoujscie in the SO. 60m high cliffs and flat coasts alternate, traversed by many small lakes and quiet places. The charming Achterland with the Achterwasser, beautiful lakes, green forests, quiet villages, and beautiful bays form the back of the island. Here are rare birds, such as the white-tailed eagle, cranes and eagle owl native. To form the sophisticated seaside resorts with the resort architecture and the longest promenade Europe's equivalent. With over 1900 hours of sunshine a year, the island is one of the sunniest regions in Germany. The healing, the mild stimulating climate has a positive effect on the respiratory tract and the skin and is also recommended for allergy sufferers. The water temperatures are in the bathing season, from May to September, between 16 and 23 degrees. The holiday region island of Usedom is very versatile and offers everyone The perfect place to stay. In the seaside resorts, you can stroll on the promenade and the piers, visit a coffee or a fish restaurant or sunbathe on the beach. Active holidaymakers will find in the Achterland an unspoiled nature that can be discovered on foot, by bike or on the water. Many museums galleries, concerts and theatrical performances round off the offer and make for beautiful memories of a holiday on the sunny island of Usedom.