Welcome to the northernmost beach on the Baltic Sea. The beach Strand Nordufer is very popular amongst the German tourists. It is the most north point on the Baltic Sea in Germany. It offers you a very long sandy beach with amazing views on the high cliffs surrounding it. To reach this point you need to visit the German island Rügen and head for the village Putgarten. From the main road, which is paved, you need to take a 1 km long concrete road, where you can park your vehicle directly in front of the beach on a large parking place. Be aware that the access to the beach is 100 m long and some 25m high. The stairs which go down to the beach are quite steep. The beach is best suitable for adventure type of tourists. You don't have any beach services, accommodation or food and drinks available on the beach or in the surrounding area. Once on the beach you have 30 metres of beach width available and a very comfortable water entry with a point of swim at around 20 meters. Enjoy your beach with BeachRex.