This walk starts at the pleasure pier (in German "Seebrücke") of Bad Wendorf in Mecklenburg-Wester Pomerania ("Mecklenburg-Vorpommern") at the Baltic Sea in Germany. The pleasure pier is one of the few relicts that remind of the glorious time of Wendorf.
In the 19th and early 20th century, Wendorf was a glamorous seaside village. Later it became part of the Hanseatic City of Wismar. During the time of the German Democratic Republic, the communists transformed it to a dwelling area which is dominated by four-store buildings.
From the pleasure pier you have a wonderful view to the old hanseatic town of Wismar.
You can also see the modern shipyard.
After leaving the pleasure pier you turn right and pass by the Hotel Seeblick, another remain of glorious times.
Then you pass the beach which is rather small but has a lot of playing facilities for children.
Then the path which is almost parallel to the coastline, leads through a small wood.
After leaving the wood you will soon see the first thatched roofs.
Hoben used to be a small fishing village. The whole village consists of beautiful thatched houses built in the 19th century. Of course, the whole village is listed for preservation.
Today, some of the houses are used as B&Bs.
Of course, you can also walk to the Baltic Sea and enjoy the peacefulness of the sea.
But please take care, also a lot of birds are brooding here. Please do not leave the pathes and do not make too much noise. If you have a dog please do not let it run free.
A detailled description of the walk from Bad Wendorf to Hoben in German language can be found on my website schmatz.cc. This description also includes some more images and a map.