Seaside resort of Lubmin

The peaceful seaside resort of Lubmin with its 350 m long pier, a wide child-friendly sandy beach and picturesque and quaint pine forests is perfect for a family holiday. Lubmin is one of the stations of the themed cycle route “Northern German romantic period route”.

As a holiday destination, not just in the summer, Lubmin is a true insider tip. The resort’s five-kilometre beach with firm, fine sand and shallow water is ideal for a family holiday with small children. The pine forest behind the beach keeps the wind off the charming cliff coast and affords a beautiful view of the pier. The resort’s surrounding area and the beach are also great for cycle and walking tours.The wonderful, newly renovated beach promenade is a popular excursion destination. The attractive promenade runs between elegant old villas, the magnificent pine forest and the endless white sandy beach.Here, you will find many hotels, all kinds of holiday apartments as well as campervan sites. Restaurants and shops are also located near the pier. 

Northern German romantic period route - Seaside resort of Lubmin - The coast as seen by Friedrich

The more than 200 meter long pier that extends all the way to the bay is the landmark of the seaside resort of Lubmin. Lubmin is the only seaside resort in the Bay of Greifswald and it is a popular holiday destination for families. In the past, most of the people who lived here were farmers, because there was not enough of a bay here to set up a fishery on the beach. In 1801, Caspar David Friedrich travelled to Rügen Island for the first time. In his picture “Blick von der Südküste Rügens” (view from the southern coast of Rügen) he not only mentioned the towns of Wusterhusen and Wolgast and Ruden Island, but also the Prussian side, thus deliberately differentiating between Prussia and Swedish Pomerania. The seaside resort of Lubmin is not mentioned by name, even though it was already a place on the map. The reason was probably that Lubmin and Wusterhusen were in the same line of sight from his perspective.


Details at a glance

Seebad Lubmin

17509 Lubmin