Nights in a farmhouse & white-tailed eagle watch
Where once Sweden had its southernmost province - in Western Pomerania near the Baltic Sea - a short break in breathtaking scenery awaits you.
You will spend the nights in a charming and homely (lovingly managed) farmhouse of your choice. On the doorstep, discover a unique river landscape in europe with its magnificent wildlife. In the Peenetal we will accompany you on a guided white tailed eagle hike. An experienced nature guide will show you the "kings of the skies", who are more at home here than anywhere else in Europe.
After a short ride in the minibus (about 15 minutes) you arrive in the hiking area. Here, a storm surge in 1995 destroyed the old dykes. Since then, the former cultural landscape has once again become a sanctuary for animals and plants. After a glimpse of the wide expanse of the Peenestrom, the hike starts, which also leads you past impressive tracks of numerous beavers. Cormorants nest in the dead trees. Great white egrets are also at home in this nature retreat. In spring and autumn, countless migratory birds, such as cranes, gray and seed geese, and geese roost here, depending on the season. In winter, Nordic diving ducks such as the goosander give a rendezvous.
On the way there is a rustic picnic with hot and cold drinks and lots of interesting facts about the area. After about four hours, we will return by bus to the starting point of the tour. By the way, wellies or waders can be safely left at home. We only move on paved paths. Everything else also forbids the status as a nature reserve.
On your return to the manor house, you will enjoy the use of the wellness landscape on both evenings, as well as a delicious 3-course meal.
This offer is also bookable outside the weekends on request.
On request, you can extend your short break, also in combination with nights on the island of Usedom.