Sights in Warnemünde

The Warnemünde resort is a district within the Hanseatic City of Rostock. It was first mentioned in a document as early as 1195 and got its name from the river Warnow which flows into the Baltic Sea here. Measuring at 150 metres in width, Warnemünde has the widest sandy beach on the German Baltic coast.

You can also expect a number of attractions in Warnemünde. The glorious Warnemünde lighthouse was built in 1897, immediately next door to the architecturally wayward Teepott restaurant. Walking along the Vörreeg you’ll reach the maritime old town of the former fishing village where you’ll find other attractions to see.