Each of our two beach favourites has its own strengths! Morning sun in the beach chair and parties can be had at the pier. This is our main beach because it can be reached directly from the central Wilhelmstraße. Action, children’s fun and lots of fine sandy Baltic Sea sand can be found on the south beach, just a few steps away.
Below the wooded high shore, we enjoy the morning sun, do yoga on the beach or sink into a beach chair reading. The main beach at the pier is only about a kilometre long, but it is 60 metres wide and offers enough space for beach chairs. Volunteer lifeguards from the DLRG keep a watchful eye and there are snack bars and public toilets right on the beach. Dogs romp in the shallow water on the left-hand side with their two-legged companions.
On the roughly two-kilometre-long south beach, patrolled by the DLRG, we doze in the afternoon sun while the kids build a Kleckerburg and others happily play beach volleyball. Animations, action and water fun are the order of the day here and the hip sound pavilion with sound, workshops and organic pizza has also found its perfect location here. The wonderful bathing bay offers a great view of the wooded cliffs and the Baltic Sea resorts of Baabe and Göhren.
We can be generous with our two beaches! That’s why there is a separate beach section for nudist lovers and for dog owners. At the pier, children’s festivals, music events and daily sports programmes take place in summer. Stand-up paddling courses are offered on both beaches. In addition, the mobile beach supply always comes by and offers coffee, ice cream and hot sausages. There is a car park near the beach and public toilets are also available.
Every year, Sellin successfully applies to be allowed to hoist the „Blue Flag“ seal of quality. This makes the Baltic seaside resort on the island of Rügen one of the most outstanding German destinations for a nature-oriented holiday with the family. Until the „Blue Flag“ is flying happily in the Sellin sea breeze, the assessors check environmental aspects such as environmentally friendly guest management, consideration for nature, waste disposal and, of course, bathing water quality.