When the sea gulls call, the sea breeze blows, and the air has a hint of salt, then you've arrived on holiday to the Baltic Sea. Typically fantastic warm weather, kilometres-long sand beaches, manicured bike paths on the dykes, and the well-maintained elegant resort architecture of splendid times past lure in countless guests every year to the popular sea. In comparison to its neighbouring sister to the West, the North Sea, the Baltic is characterized by a somewhat milder climate. Additionally, you'll also find the health-beneficial bracing climate. For this reason, countless spa oases have settled down on the Baltic coast where you can leave behind the stress of the every-day store up energy and strength. Re-feuling is not a bad idea, as when you've finished your spa programme, a number of other activities await you, like biking, beach walks, kite flying, or surfing. The fruitful and upward growing backlands with the bordering Mecklenburger Lake District is protected from approaching waves of the sea by the sand- beach grass-covered dunes. Grömitz - pure beach enjoyment!
The Sea Resort Grömitz in the district of East Holstein bears the distinction since 1813, and is thus one of the oldest sea resorts on the Baltic Sea. Ideal for a swimming and spa holiday, the resort has a dreamily wide, fine-sand beach stretching over 8 km, which invites you in for a refreshing swim or simply to relax. Should it be chilly out, you won't have to miss out on the beneficial salt water of the Baltic, as the sea-water spa pool ''Grömitzer Welle'' offers a diverse swimming landscape with over 1,000m² of water surface and various sea water pools. The Wellarium, with its sauna and solarium, Thalassotherapy centre, and extensive beauty programme rounds out the perfect spa day. Grömitz also offers a number of leisure offerings including surfing, sailing, golfing, and walking tours on foot or on bike along the East Holstein coast.