The Baltic Sea Coast Hiking Trail (E9) is Germany’s most beautiful coastal route. The 400 kilometres from Lübeck to Ahlbeck are a mixture of shoreside lifestyle and glorious hiking routes.
You could start your Hike in Travemünde, Lübeck’s seaside resort. In his novel “Buddenbrooks”, Thomas Mann told tales of the fun to be had bathing in Travemünde. From here head in the easterly direction. The Baltic Sea Coast Hiking Trail is part of the E9 European long-distance path from the Atlantic in Portugal across to the Baltic Sea in Estonia. The route takes will take you through pine forests and along yellow rapeseed fields. It is important to take this hiking trail at a steady pace. For example, you can take a detour and look for shells and amber on the beaches, stop off in the nearby Hanseatic city of Wismar and town of Stralsund with their red-brick churches, cast a glance at the infinite blue of the Baltic Sea and take in the fresh sea breeze.
You can also pack your swimming gear so that youcan take a refreshing dip in the sea at the many fine sandy beaches along the way. At the end of the day: IF you are hungry enjoy some northern German culinary specialties in the seaside resorts along our hiking trail. The Baltic Sea Coast Hiking Trail (E9) ends in the seaside resort of Ahlbeck on the island of Usedom. We take a last look at the Baltic Sea on Germany’s oldest pier by the Polish border.
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At the End of the E9 Hiking Trail in Ahlbeck there are more Accommodation Deals to give you a good nights rest after your Hike: