Discover a Hidden Treasure from the Ice Age
The Ice Age river landscape in the northeast of Germany is unique to Europe and well worth a visit. There's not just one reason for that. The 10.000 year-old Peene Valley is home to white-tailed eagles, beavers and co. at a density that is found nowhere else. Vikings and Slavs lived here more than 1000 years ago and traded peacefully with one another.
Today, the Peene Valley is a European insider's tip amongst the sustainable travel regions, prized with the EDEN Award.
The adventure called nature, is awaiting your visit whether a weekend break, a short trip or a week tour - we will turn the best part of your year into an experience. In a paddle boat, on a bike, in a solar catamaran or on a houseboat - as a specialist for adventure trips, we will make sure that you are geared up with the best equipment and a comprehensive range of insider tips for an individually tailored trip. In cooperation with our partners along the banks of the rivers, we have put a lot of effort into creating our trips, which guarantee a wonderful stay with us. We provide for true nature enjoyment, hospitality in a family atmosphere and perfect service throughout your trip.
We, as tourism experts, are united with the Vision to present this breathtaking landscape to people from near and far in a gentle way. And to do so for the next thousand years.
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In 1891, the civil engineer Otto Lilienthal (Germany) succeeded in achieving the first safe, multiple gliding flights in history.
Lilienthal's experiments and his scientific approach were adopted by the Wright Brothers (USA) in their quest to develop a controllable, self-propelled flying machine.
On the 100th anniversary of Lilienthal's first flights, the Otto Lilienthal Museum opened its doors in Anklam, the city of his birth.