Kühlungsborn is a charming seaside resort town nestled in the Rostock district of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany. Perched along the Baltic Sea coastline, it’s conveniently located 11 kilometers northwest of Bad Doberan and 25 kilometers northwest of Rostock.
This town boasts a lengthy beach and an inviting promenade, with a wealth of hotels showcasing the distinctive architecture typical of German spa towns. Moreover, it’s home to a bustling marina. Notably, Kühlungsborn holds the title of the largest seaside spa town in Mecklenburg.
Kühlungsborn holds a rich history of spa traditions, making it one of the first seaside resorts established in Germany, with roots that trace back to the 1860s. While bicycles are a favored mode of transportation, the Molli steam railway stands as a cherished historic attraction, providing a unique way to explore the area. During the summer season, many beachgoers opt to rent one of the traditional Strandkorb chairs, which offer shelter from both the wind and sun.