Around the treetop walk

Europe’s first spa and healing forest is situated in the immediate vicinity of the Treetop Walk Usedom. Its healing powers are based on the unique combination of sea and forest air, the special tree populations of our coastal forest (53% conifers/27% beeches) and the varied forest topography with different walkway lengths and gradients. A marked network of paths, mindfulness and exercise boards provide orientation. The ‘green pharmacy’ by the sea, with its special health potential, is particularly effective here for respiratory, cardiovascular, orthopaedic and psychosomatic diseases, and can be used both curatively, preventively and for one’s own well-being.     

More information:

www.kur-und-heilwald.de

Tree top walk Usedom - leaf canopy
Tree top walk Usedom - leaf canopy
Blick auf die Ahlbecker Seebrücke bei Sonnenaufgang.

From the observation tower of the treetop walk, the first view is over the neighbouring Baltic Sea resorts of Ahlbeck, Heringsdorf und Bansin, also known as the Kaiserbäder (imperial spas). They are probably the best-known spa and bathing resorts on the island of Usedom and can look back on a 200-year bath tradition. Their trademarks are the villas built in the spa architectural style, which are still excellently preserved today, and the piers. Incidentally, the treetop walk’s observation tower can also be seen from Heringsdorf and Ahlbeck’s piers.

 More information:

www.kaiserbaeder-auf-usedom.de

www.usedom.de/baederarchitektur

Ahlbecker Seebrücke - © Usedom Tourismus GmbH/Dirk Bleyer
Ahlbecker Seebrücke - © Usedom Tourismus GmbH/Dirk Bleyer
Blick auf die Ahlbecker Seebrücke bei Sonnenaufgang.

Parallel to the long, fine-sand beach, a 12-kilometre-long promenade runs from Bansin via Heringsdorf and Ahlbeck to Swinemünde in Poland. It is the longest of its kind in Europe and connects the two neighbouring countries. Guests and locals can walk or cycle from one seaside resort to the next and marvel at the beautiful villas. Cafés and restaurants invite you to linger, entertainment is offered at the concert shells, and a holiday souvenir can be purchased in one of the numerous small shops. A detour to the fine-sand beach is, naturally, possible at any time.

Sandburg bauen - © Usedom Tourismus GmbH/MarTiem Fotografie
Sandburg bauen - © Usedom Tourismus GmbH/MarTiem Fotografie
Kinder am Usedomer Strand beim Sandburg Bauen.

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