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Amazing view

Nice area where it is possible to have a great view. Perfect for a few hours hiking. Quite easy to... read more

Reviewed 10 June 2018
Luca P
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Beautiful and natural

Finally I’ve found a place in Germany with nature that I really really like! First place where I've... read more

Reviewed 18 May 2018
Berlin, Germany
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Sassnitz, Rugen Island, Mecklenburg-West Pomerania, Germany
+49 3838 807780
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Reviewed 10 June 2018 via mobile

Nice area where it is possible to have a great view. Perfect for a few hours hiking. Quite easy to arrive and ways well labeled

Thank Luca P
Reviewed 18 May 2018

Finally I’ve found a place in Germany with nature that I really really like! First place where I've been to (in Germany) where the forest and the sea feel alive! I really felt in love with this place and the Jasmund National Park that surrounds...More

1  Thank Fernandadp
Reviewed 3 October 2017

We took the boat trip from Sassnitz to see the cliffs. The advantage is that you have the best views of the cliffs and some interesting explanations (in German).

Thank 188048Michael
Reviewed 19 March 2017

Drive to Sassnitz and drive along the main road. At one point inside the main road takes a left towards the "Königsstuhl", leave the main road and keep going straight ahead. Drive until the forest starts. Then look for a parking lot nearby. Start walking...More

6  Thank Niko S
Reviewed 25 December 2016 via mobile

Being from the UK and having tons of beautiful coastline,to pay to see bog standard beaches and bland fields is ridiculous. I appreciate the german coast is not pretty in most places but this is stupid!

4  Thank Justtrytolikeme
Reviewed 8 September 2016

First of all you need to park 2km away and walk or take a shuttle bus. Then, unless you are interested in the museum, which i did not see(dogs not allowed in) but could be interesting, the entrance fee is high for not seeing a...More

3  Thank lovetotravelBrussels
Reviewed 24 August 2016

These cliffs look more tropical than at the nothernmost island of Germany. The Chalk clifs are beautiful but can only be seen from above at the National Park. There are a few paths down and going down to walk on the beach is worthwhile, but...More

1  Thank Tom H
Reviewed 7 August 2016

The Kreidefelsen cliffs are a must see in the area. However, you will only get a good view of them from the sea. So I highly recommend taking a boat trip from Sassnitz harbour, which takes about 90 minutes. If you want to visit Königsstuhl,...More

1  Thank Michael-Traveller-JP
Reviewed 4 August 2016

We visited here and arrived on the public bus that took us all the way to the car park at the visitor centre. We didn't go into the visitor centre, but rather took the walking track to the Victoria look-out and two other look-outs on...More

1  Thank DeborahClarkson
Reviewed 17 July 2016

We went on a Sunday afternoon, but the trails were not too crowded. See the review by "nealz" or "dgjohansson" for the explanation of how to get to view the cliffs without entering the expensive documentation center. However, note that as of July 10th, 2016...More

3  Thank Debra N
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5 September 2016|
Response from SydneyPerla | Reviewed this property |
Yes, but you need to put them on a leash. Have fun there :)
2 August 2015|
Response from nealz | Reviewed this property |
Hi Bruce, the stairs (approx. 450 wooden steps) are the only way up and down to the beach. The wide enough if you need to take a rest somewhere along the descent / climb. I didn't go by boat to see the cliffs but I could... More