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Baltic Coast Germany

White sands and crisp sea wash the fabled heritage towns and resorts of Germany’s northeasterly coastline – surely one of Europe’s better-kept secrets.
Beach chairs at Kühlungsborn near Heiligendamm
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Outdoors

MOLLI ❹

In 1886, the steam train Molli began puffing to Heiligendamm. In 1910, the line was extended along the coast to Kühlungsborn. Today, Molli still departs Bad Doberan several times daily, showing off the coastal scenery. For an enjoyable walk, get off at Heiligendamm, walk to Steilküste station and pick up the train again (mollibahn.de; Bad Doberan Bahnhof; £12 return).

DARSS-ZINGST PENINSULA ❺

Nature lovers and artists will be captivated by this far-flung splinter of land between Stralsund and Rostock, which hosts 60,000 migratory cranes every spring and autumn. The area is picturesque so, not surprisingly, it’s home to an artists’ colony in Ahrenshoop, which has an especially wild and windblown beach (ostseebadahrenshoop.de). The tiny town of Prerow is renowned for its model-ship-filled seafarers’ church and lighthouse.

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