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The Weather in Warnemünde
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your holidays. July is the warmest month in Warnemünde, with average daily maximum temperatures of 23°. No heat wave is expected in February, when minimum average temperatures usally hit a -1° low. The rainiest month is January, while the driest month is April.
Rent a holiday cottage in Warnemünde and relax on Germany's best beach
One of Germany's most popular seaside resorts, Warnemünde is the port of origin of many large seagoing vessels and a destination for cruise ships from all over the world. As a result the town is culturally diverse and teeming with life. A historic town centre of fisherman's cottages has been conservatively modernised and gives way to a marina of ferries, yachts and pleasure boats and the allure of the Baltic.
This Dutch mill was built by a genuine Dutchman in 1866 and the elegant architectural space is now occupied by a restaurant and a contemporary art gallery making it the perfect location for a sophisticated meal. The Teepott (so called for its winged roof) is filled with restaurants and cocktail bars and is a protected architectural monument.
There are innumerable attractions to tempt you to Warnemünde's immediate environs. Cruises from Rostock are one of the best ways to get to know the coastline. Stoltera Nature Reserve's 83 hectares of forest brush up against the Baltic and can be explored by bicycle. The nearby Maritime Simulation Centre is a great place for a family day out and allows you to experience life aboard ship.
The beaches compete with the culture for the attention of holidaymakers. Visitors will find a full range of water sports activities launching from this strip of golden sand which has great waves for surfers as well as more secluded spots given over to swimming. There are a number of beachside restaurants and cafes.
Dating from 1862, this lighthouse on the estuary of the Warnow river is a prominent architectural feature of the town and offers the best view of the area for miles. Every year there is a ligthouse show featuring lasers, fireworks and music that attracts about 10,000 people to the beachside building.
After being burnt down twice, the present neo-gothic church in Warnemünde was consecrated in 1871. Designed by architect Krueger of Schwerin, the church retains some of its original features, including a Gothic altar dating from around 1475 that some say was recovered from a shipwreck. The Renaissance pulpit contributes to the atmosphere.
This incredible museum takes visitors back in time to a traditional fishing cottage. You can experience the way of life of earlier inhabitants of the area from cooking and cleaning implements to nautical devices and clothing.
Located opposite the Hohe Dune Marina in Warnemünde, this fishing harbour is packed with restaurants, cafes and boutiques and with a 500 year history, it remains a popular venue. Yachts bob on in this channel, which has stunning views of nautically inspired architecture in the traditional style, making this one of the most attractive sights of Warnemünde.
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