NATIONAL PARKS AND BIOSPHERE RESERVES

This area of the Jasmund National Park was created during the last Ice Age from inland glaciers. The most famous place of the national park, known far beyond Ruegen, is the typical chalk cliffs with the Königsstuhl and Wissower Klinken. Due to the storm exposed position of Jasmund, the steep banks are active up to the present day, i.e. the erosion processes continue, and that shifts the coastline gradually into the hinterland. More information....

The Western Pomerania Lagoon Area National Park is situated on the Baltic Sea and Bodden coast of Western Pomerania in the Darß-Zingst peninsula area as well as in the west of Rügen nearby waters. It is a representative sample of the straightened coasts and shallow water zone of the Baltic Sea. More information...

The Southeast Ruegen Biosphere Reserve is located in the southeast of Ruegen. Fine grained and wide sandy beaches on the Baltic Sea coast alternate with steep cliffs flanked by boulder-strewn beaches. Thus, Southeast Ruegen offers an extraordinary variety of nature and landscape, which was declared the Biosphere Reserve in 1990. More information...

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