What´s going on in Mönchgut - Rügen?
Rügen offers a varied cultural programme all year round: concerts, theatre, open air festivals, museums… The sand sculpture festival is a very special event as artist create the world’s biggest sculptures made of sand attracting more than 200,000 visitors every year. Rügen is also home to big stone graves dating from 3500 to 2800 B.C. Nature lovers will be thrilled by Südost-Rügen biosphere reserve. In 1990 the area between Putbus, Binz, Granitz, Rügischen Bodden, Lauterbach, Thiessow and Vilm island became a biosphere reserve. The area includes sandy beaches, cliff lines, reed zones, large forests, meadows, and pastures. It is also a very important breeding and resting territory for migrant birds. Do you want to know more about the Baltic Sea? Check out our live webcams for great pictures of Thiessow Piloting Tower.