The beach in BINZ
Broad beach, Sandy and maintained
The Binzer Beach, with a length of overall 5 km, is a particularly popular destination on the island of Rügen by all day, by bathers and for sports enthusiasts. This is mainly due to the fine-grained sand and the special neat appearance. All beach areas exclusively for foot are accessible. Plenty of parking spaces are offered directly in the village and offered near the beach.
Because here the surf particularly gentle turns, by protecting the Bay of Prorer Wieks, It is suitable especially for children. One finds there both textile beaches, Sections for NUDIST lovers and sections as Dog Beach. All these parts are extra. Offered for sports enthusiasts a wealth of opportunities. These go to the pedal boat and banana boat ride from sailing to the surfing. For a safe bathing, all beach areas are monitored by the DLRG.
Skinny dipping allows
The Ostseebad BINZ offers in its beaches as a whole 2 NUDIST areas. About two kilometers from the pier is located a 300 m long sandy beach for all lovers of the Nacktbadens and is used by many visitors as well as locals like to. It is located between the beaches 49 and 54. The stretch of beach 49 has been designated as both a textile bath level and NUDIST area. There is also Nacktbader space, to maintain your privacy.
On all parts of the Beach the famous fine sand substrate, as well as the beach chairs famous for the Ostseebad BINZ can be found. There are also sufficient sanitation and trash can available.
In the evenings, you will find the opportunity at the approved place, even small fires to burn off. To gather people of different ages and enjoy the fantastic views of the sunset together.
If the Binz Beach should be very crowded in the summer, We recommend the Prora Beach, the walk can be reached from BINZ.
Muschelsuche am Strand
Ja, am feinen Strand gibt es viele Muscheln der Ostsee. Meistens sind das die dunklen Miesmuscheln, oder die Herzmuscheln. Die Kinder haben Spaß daran und sammeln z.B. als Deko für zuhause, oder sie verziehren damit ihre Sandburgen. Je nach Windrichtung und Strömung gibt es mal mehr, mal weniger Muscheln am Strand zu finden.