Usedom has many aspects. The island is best known for its long, fine-sand beach, which stretches from Peenemünde in the northwest to the Polish town of Swinemünde in the east. The hinterland – also known as Achterland – is characterised by numerous lakes, moorland and woodland areas. The Treetop Walk takes your visit on the island to a completely new level: with a view to the sea, you can also experience the unique flora and fauna at first hand and take unique memories with you.
The island of Usedom
SIGHTS ON THE
ISLAND OF USEDOM
The fully functional wooden windmill is located on a hill on the outskirts of Pudagla. At the annual mill festivals, people grind, bake and exhibit.
Germany’s oldest beach chair factory is just a stone’s throw from the Treetop Walk. You can have your individual beach chair built here or participate in a guided tour of the factory.
Spa and healing forest
In direct neighbourhood to the Treetop Walk Usedom Europe’s first spa and healing forest, the “green pharmacy” by the sea is located. Its healing qualities are based on its unique combination of the air of sea and forest.
Kaiserbäder (imperial baths)
The Kaiserbäder (imperial baths) of Ahlbeck, Heringsdorf and Bansin are the best-known health and seaside resorts on the island of Usedom. They look back on 200 years of spa tradition. Its trademarks include the mansions built in the style of seaside resort architecture and the piers.