Ludwigsburg beach is a popular destination for holidaymakers and locals. On hot summer days you can relax in a shady spot under the pine trees of the coastal forest or enjoy the rustic food and drink in a local inn. The homemade cakes are highly recommended.Kiters and surfers will love the beach and the shallow water of the Danish Wiek and the Bay of Greifswald.
The beach is located some 3 kilometres outside the village, directly on the Danish Wieck. It is easy to reach by bike via a quiet road, a section of the Baltic coast cycle path. The secure car park costs two euros per day.
The beach is very pretty, with lots of sand and some grass. From here, you have a magnificent view across the bay to Greifswald’s skyline and the harbour.
There is a cosy restaurant with a large terrace that serves hot food and cold ice cream. It is open daily from May to October, and at the weekends the rest of the year.
Their toilets are open to the public. There is a large children’s playground and lots of space to romp around.