Here you will find practical tips and further information for your stay.
is a small town in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern that has many attractions to offer. One of the most famous is Schloss Lütgenhof, which was built in 1839 as a manor house and later renovated to be more representative. The castle is surrounded by a beautiful park and offers a magnificent view of the surrounding countryside.
Another attraction is St. Nikolai Church, an early Gothic brick church from the second half of the 13th century. The church is an impressive example of medieval architecture and an important place for the local community.
For animal lovers, there is the Tiger Park Dassow
in the industrial area, which houses a variety of tiger species as well as alpacas and small animals. Particularly impressive is the white tiger that lives here.
Another highlight is the Old Harbor Warehouse from 1861, which is now used as an event venue. Regular concerts, exhibitions and other cultural events take place here.
If you are interested in the history of Dassow
, you should definitely visit the Altenteilerkate with its local museum. The half-timbered house at Lübecker Straße 74 is one of the oldest buildings still standing in Dassow
and offers an insight into life in past times.
Another castle near Dassow
is Wasserschloss Johannstorf in Baroque style on the north shore of Lake Dassow
. It was even a location for the award-winning film "The White Ribbon". The decaying Schloss Pötenitz directly on the Lübeck Bay within sight of Travemünde and the renovated manor house Schloss Harkensee
are also worth a visit.
On the cemetery of the Evangelical Lutheran Church community, there are gravestones for six named Soviet and Polish victims of forced labor during World War II as well as a monument for Dassower
citizens who fell in World War I.
Nature lovers should visit the Küstenlandschaft nature reserve between Priwall and Barendorf with Harkenbäkniederung. It includes the north shore of Lake Dassow
, the east shore of Pötenitzer Wiek and the coastal landscape of Lübeck Bay in the city area. There, at the border to Priwall with its former seaplane base, there are also the former jetty and ruins of the Luftwaffenzeugamt See from the 1930s on the east shore of Pötenitzer Wiek.
History enthusiasts should also visit the Feldhusen megalithic tomb and the Feldhusen castle rampart, alleged hiding place of Klaus Störtebeker's treasures.
If you are looking for a hotel
, you should check out Schloss Harkensee
. The historic building is only 1.8 km from the Baltic Sea and offers a large garden as well as a Genius discount on accommodation. Here you can feel like a king or queen and enjoy your stay in Dassow
to the fullest.
has a lot to offer - from historic buildings to animal parks to nature reserves, there is something here for everyone to discover. Visit this beautiful town and experience all its attractions for yourself!
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