Heringsdorf Airport stands on the German Baltic coast. In fact, it occupies a flat patch next to a forest on the island of Usedom near the hamlet of Garz. The seaside town of Heringsdorf is six miles to the north and the port city of ?winouj?cie is four miles to east, across the border in Poland. The airport has a modern passenger terminal building and free car parking immediately outside. Visitors who hire a car at Heringsdorf Airport can find the Federal 110 Road just passing by to the north. This heads east into Poland, or west towards the mainland. The L266 winds north towards Heringsdorf itself.
If you pick up a hire car at Heringsdorf Airport you’ll be able to explore the island of Usedom. Start near the airport, with the ancient church in the leafy hamlet of Garz. Further north discover the period seaside and spa architecture of Heringsdorf, also known as Kaiserbad. There’s a charming old pier and promenade and the sandy beach stretches along the north shore of Usedom for 25 miles, make it one of Europe’s longest beaches. The promenade runs across the Polish border to the port city of ?winouj?cie, another tourist favourite. Highlights here include two forts, a museum of deep sea fishing and the Baltic’s highest lighthouse.
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