Heiligendamm (Baltic, Germany) was founded in 1793 by Friedrich-Franz I., Count of Mecklenburg. It is the oldest German seaside resort and is located between Luebeck and Rostock directly on the Baltic Sea. The small peaceful village offers a long beach of several milesand a beach promenade, directly in front of the appartment.

Heiligendamm is unique in its classical architecture with a palladian building and ist white villas (String of Pearls), known as the White Town at the Baltic Sea. The villa Haus Bischofsstab is the first of the sea-front villas. Most of the old buildings have been restored and are operated by the Grand Hotel Heiligendamm, which was also the location for the G8 summit in 2007.


Welcome to Heiligendamm !

The seaside resort of Heiligendamm, recognized seaside spa, is wonderfully located directly on the coast, ideal for a relaxing holiday by the sea.

Your vacation in Heiligendamm: Whether you are planning a stay for a long weekend or a longer stay, we recommend the here offered, comfortably furnished and uniquely located apartment.

The holiday apartment (two rooms, kitchen, bathroom, approx. 50 m²) offers a fantastic direct view from the approx. 20 m² large terrace over the sea, the beach, the villa ensemble and the pier. Even from bedroom and bathroom you have direct sea view.

The house Bischofsstab with the apartment located on the second floor is only ten meters away from the Baltic Sea beach. The house Bischofsstab forms the eastern end of the pearl necklace of white villas on the beach of Heiligendamm.

The buildings from the 18th and 19th centuries have been largely restored. The other white villas are currently being restored. 


Heiligendamm - Exklusive Ferienwohnung direkt an der Ostsee mit Meerblick
Haus Bischofsstab - Prof. Dr. Vogel Str. 16 - 18209 Heiligendamm

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