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Located on the stunning Priwall Peninsula, an area of natural beauty close to the estuary of the River Trave, Landal Travemünde offers both families and groups of friends a true maritime holiday experience right on the Baltic Sea. Perched on a wide, sandy bathing beach, Travemünde is a welcoming place, attracting visitors to the coast with events like their famous sailing and folk festival “Travemünder Woche”. On site, choose between effortlessly stylish holiday apartments on the bustling harbour promenade, with views across the marina, or cozy, detached bungalows near the beach. The resort’s location means there are plenty of outdoor activities to take part in. Head to the shore with a bucket and spade or a tasty picnic, brave the waves on a surfboard or test your skills on deck with our on-site sailing school. While fishing, golfing and bike hire are all available. And it’s easy to immerse yourself in the wonders of nature surrounding the resort. Head off on a scenic hike along the beautiful Baltic coastline, or cycle through horizon-brushing woodlands on a sunny afternoon bike ride. Take a peaceful ferry across the river, where the lively, bustling streets of Travemünde have so much to offer. You’ll find quirky restaurants and boutique stores, as well as fresh fish stalls selling their wares off the back of boats in the harbour. Carry your catch of the day back to your bungalow or apartment and rustle up something tasty on the bbq or make the most of the tempting food available at the resort – from a breakfast service bringing warm fresh rolls and other goodies to your door, to romantic candlelit dinners at Bistro am Strand.
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Beautiful, detatched bungalow in the dunes. One twin and two single. Bathroom with bath and shower. Separate WC. Spacious, open plan design with modern kitchen, dining and living area. Doors open to a furnished, partially covered terrace, perfect for relaxing and dining in the fresh air.
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It is the most beautiful relaxing place which is why we keep coming back!
Just returned from our week at Darwin Forest for February half term, which was fabulous. We stayed in a Chatsworth Elite 2 Bedroom lodge which was warm and toasty even though there were blizzard conditions outside for our first couple of days. From our welcome at Reception, to the staff at Evolution, and those running the activities we booked for our 8-year old (archery and waterwalkerz), everyone was friendly and helpful. There's plenty to do in the area, and we will definitely return. Thanks!!
We have never visited Darwin Forest Holiday Park before, but we had a fantastic holiday and were very impressed with how well the Park was organised and managed. The Lodge was exceptionally well equipped and furnished, as well as being spotlessly clean. The facilities on the site were excellent, especially the swimming pool and the the Foresters Restaurant. The surrounding countyside was ideal for walking, and we will definitely be coming back for another holiday.
Lovely stay, clean lodge, great location, would highly recommend
Love this place! Home from from with peace and relaxation. Lodges are well equipped, clean and inviting. Just hope it's popularity doesn't change anything.
This was one of the best holidays we've ever had and will definitely go again, we went to see the dark skies and hopefully the aurora borealis and were not disappointed. The lodge was great especially the hot tub which we loved , never having been in one before
We had such a fantastic time, my children lost their tiny minds with how wonderful the place was. Pool, park and squirrels what more could you ask for. The staff made the experience even better, from skilled archery instructor to extremely knowledgeable reception staff who helped us plan our weekend away even in the off season.
Lovely relaxing break. Hot tub was fab. Lovely lodge immaculate everything u need included
We had a fantastic 4days at Keilder. The lodge was lovely, very clean and warm. There was everything we needed and the staff were on hand when we requested information on the area. One of our party made use of the pool and sauna facilities. We ate in the bar/restaurant twice during our stay. The food was exceptionally good and reasonably priced. The area is outstanding with lovely walks straight from the lodge. No need to use your car if you want a complete break.. unfortunately it was cloudy day and night so we didn't see the dark skies but we will certainly be going back for another try. Thank you to the friendly staff who made sure we had a really good experience.
we ate out a couple times in the bar both times very good meals & good value for money leisure facilities were clean & well organised all staff very helpful
It’s easy to stay active at Landal Travemünde. Relaxing hikes and bike rides along the coast and through the countryside, an afternoon improving your par at one of three golf courses, and exciting watersports, like sailing and surfing, are all available on site or very close by. Cast a line in the fishing pond or enjoy a cool beer and watch the ships go about their daily business at the marina.
Landal Travemünde isn’t just about adventure. It’s also about great food. Choose to cook some of the region’s specialities from your terrace, patio or balcony in barbeque season. Or head out to dine in style at Bistro am Strand, where delicious, local delicacies, like fresh fish and traditional schnitzel, are served up with a view of the peninsula. While Cafe Niederegger is the place to go for its famous Marzipan Museum and array of delicious cakes, nougats and truffles.
Every July, the famous festival grounds of Lübeck Bay provide the perfect backdrop for ten excitement-packed days of maritime entertainment at Travemünder Woche, ‘the world’s most beautiful regatta’. Time your stay just right and join the huge crowds cheering on the sailing leagues and youth championships at this iconic event.
Thirteen miles to the west, you’ll find the rare Baltic beauty of Lübeck, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and historic trading city. Dubbed Germany’s ‘St Tropez’, it’s famous for its classical brick gothic architecture, wide beach, and a river running through its heart. Lübeck’s impressive grandeur dates back to the medieval period, when it was the capital of the Hanseatic League.
A picturesque headland, the Southern Priwall Peninsula is a nature reserve home to rare wildlife and plantlife. Take a walk through the wilds and uncover the unique beauty of the Baltic coastline. Or visit The Ship Passat, a four-mast sailing vessel dating back to 1911, and one of the most famous landmarks in the region.
An adrenaline-fuelled day out at Hansa Park is a must for families visiting the area. The only German theme park to perch along the Baltic coast, it boasts 11 themed areas, and more than 125 attractions, ranging from thrilling roller coasters to water play areas for the very youngest adventurers. And with its ever-growing roster of rides and entertainments, it’s a truly memorable day out for all ages.