Seebrücke Göhren - From Göhren Beach, Germany
Seebrücke Göhren (Göhren pier) is a pier located in the seaside village of Göhren on the Baltic Sea coast in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania. It is the longest pier in Germany with a length of 510m. The pier was originally built in 1844 and was longest in the 19thcentury. It has undergone several renovations over the years and today it stands as a quiet seaside haven. The pier is now a popular spot for visitors to take a leisurely stroll. From it, visitors can enjoy beautiful views of the resort town and out across the Baltic Sea. They can witness interesting changing tides, colorful sailing boats, and local wildlife that can be found in the waters near the pier. Göhren beach is located near the Seebrücke Göhren. The beach can be accessed by crossing the pier and provides plenty of opportunities for sunbathing. It is a peaceful and calm place, perfect for those looking for a relaxing break from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. The beach also features a range of facilities including an outdoor shower area and direct access to the Baltic Sea.