The '''Baltic Sea Coast''' (''Ostseeküste'') of [[Germany]] is a vacation region located in the northern federal states of [[Schleswig-Holstein]] and [[Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania]].
*[[Rügen]] (Ruegen): Germany´s largest island (926 square kilometres). Famous for its bathing beaches and chalk cliffs as well as its diverse nature.
*[[Usedom]]: island in the east of [[Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania]]. Second largest island of Germany. Its
western part is located on the national territory of Poland. *[[Fischland-Darss-Zingst]]: peninsula in the north of [[Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania]]. Known for its fishing villages und bathing beaches.
* [[Rostock]]: university, ferry line, sea port, sailing regatta "Hanse Sail"
* [[Stralsund]]: German Oceanographic Museum [http://www.hydrosight.com/article/ozeaneum.php] with the Ozeaneum, which
was to be finished in 2008. The Ozeaneum has been elected European museum of the year in 2010.* [[Wismar]]: college
* [[Greifswald]]: university, nuclear fusion reactor "Wendelstein 7-X"
* [[Bad Doberan]]
baltic sea spa on Usedom, large pier
* [[Kiel]]: university, ferry line
* [[Lübeck]]: university, college, ferry line, sea port
* [[Sassnitz]]: on the island of Rügen (Ruegen), ferry line, fishing port with the longest outside
mole of [[Europe]], chalk-cliffs ( "Königstuhl " => "Kings chair ")
* [[Mecklenburg lake district]]: cluster of lakes in the center of Mecklenburg-Western
Pommerania. Including the second largest lake of Germany, the "Müritz".