Germany's largest island is shaped by natural landscapes, chalk cliffs and sandy beaches. It has been a travel destination for those seeking rest and relaxation since the late 19th century.
From its chalk cliffs to its quaint seaside resorts, Germany's biggest island has many faces. If the southeastern corner is too crowded during peak season, there's plenty of nature, peace and quiet in the north.
In the Baltic seaside resort of Ahrenshoop, a week of festivities starting on March 25 will kick off celebrations set to last until October to mark the 125th anniversary of the founding of its artists‘ colony.
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