Welcome to our holiday home 'Blue Wonder'. In a fantastic location, just meters away from the aft-water, is from the summer of 2011, the Thatched Cottage 'Blue Wonder' for max. 7 adults and 2 babies on the outskirts of the seaside resort Zinnowitz completed. The house is located a few kilometers from the nature reserve 'Gnitz' and about 20 minutes walk from the white sand beach in Zinnowitz, a perfect location: on the one hand resting on the backwaters and other short routes to the Baltic Sea and the city. The house is located in a traffic situation at the end of a private road. Children can carelessly (before the houses of neighbors), play in the garden while the family enjoys the rest. In the design of the living area we have tried to create a romantic, slightly Swedish-inspired, cozy, maritime atmosphere. Of course, you will also find a complete equipment. We want your most important time of year is an experience.
The island of Usedom: For a perfect holiday you take the sun and the beach: it owns Germany's second largest island, with its length of 40 kilometers and almost 2000 hours of sun a great deal. The island of Usedom is the North Sea from the rank and has developed into one of the most popular destinations in Germany: the famous 'imperial baths' Ahlbeck, Heringsdorf and Bansin are famous for their historic architecture and its special flair that still reminds of royal Prussian times. Lieper angles and the interior of the island Usedom in Switzerland, with its cozy farming and fishing village, the thatched houses and churches from the Middle Ages, waiting to be discovered by you. The animal lover and the photographer can endangered species like eagles, otters and storks (including cows and sheep) take photographs or watch in their natural habitat. Attractions: Trassenheide (approx. 5 km) is Europe's largest, open year-round butterfly garden (5000 m²) with about 1,500 tropical butterflies and moths in a second 600 m² large aviary. An extensive exhibition insects and a large adventure playground are nearby. The research and testing ground for the German rocket development is located about 20 miles away. Wernher von Braun was here significantly contributed to the development of the German V2 rocket, before he emigrated to America. The place is also called the 'cradle of space exploration. " On 3 Raised here in October 1942, the first rocket in the world, the V2, successfully, left the atmosphere, 192 km wide and flew then crashed into the Baltic Sea. The technical development can be seen in a very interesting and extensive exhibition.