Binz[dead link] is a famous seaside resort on Rügen, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania in Germany. It features fine sandy beaches, noble resort architecture and varied lush natural surroundings.

Coastal resort Binz with the Kurhaus

Get in Edit

The narrow-gauge railway Rasender Roland (Rushing Roland)

By train Edit

  • 1 Ostseebad Binz Railway Station. Served even by the occasional ICE and IC (more in the summer), this station is a convenient entry point to the town    
  • Train station: Binz LB – steam-powered narrow gauge railway, Rügensche BäderBahn - Rasender Roland

Get around Edit

Map of Binz

See Edit

  • The enormous Prora complex
  • Granitz Hunting Lodge
  • Sand sculptures, Proraer Chaussee 15. A little pricey but some impressive sand sculptures.

Do Edit

  • Beach - good quality sandy beach with a shallow run into the sea. In the summer split into family section (no dogs), dogs allowed section and nudist section.

Buy Edit

Eat Edit

Large choice of restaurants on Hauptstraße and alone the Strandpromanada.

Drink Edit

Sleep Edit

  • 1 Dünen Park, Dollahner Straße 55, +49 38393 480. Holiday apartments in a self contained area on the west edge of Binz. Easy walking distance to beach and the town. Ideal for families with children.
  • 2 Loev Hotel, Hauptstraße 20-22, +49 38393 390.
  • 3 Dorint Strandhotel Binz, Strandpromenade 58 (on the Binzer Promenade), +49 38393 430, . Located directly on the Binz promenade, the hotel offers 16 double rooms and 47 suites as well as a 430 square meter spa area. from €100 per room/night.

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