It was the big Baltic flood of 1872 which changed the fishing village of Kellenhusen to the seaside resort of Kellenhusen. The partially flooded place became the workplace of surveyors and construction workers who had to restore the consequences of the flood and, naturally, brought their families with them.
The seaside health resort Kellenhusen joins the Mecklenburg bay to the south and is situated not far from the neighboring Dahme. That’s why both places are closely —Āonnected and offer much for entertainment. The majority of the territory of Kellenhusen is occupied by small houses. The four-kilometers-long beach is accompanied by an unusual promenade. The sea water outdoor swimming pool is usable with the Ostsee-Card for free. Together with the cure and wellness centre Kellenhusen provides great possibilities for relaxation that are not depend on the weather.
The largest wood forms the hinterland of the seaside health resort of Kellenhusen on the Schleswig-Holstein Baltic coast. With its 1,000-year-old oaks and the wild boar's reserve it offers the alternation to the beach vacation. The whole local area with beaches and woods is equipped since 2007 with tracks for jogging and nordic walking. The Hubertus’ weeks in autumn give a special charm to the seaside health resort of Kellenhusen.
Besides the offers like surfing, playing skat, pedal boating, gulf, horse riding, mini-golf which are common for all health resorts Kellenhusen offers such unusual ways of rest as Disc-Golf-Arrangement directly on the water, archery, courses of the curve production. They even thought up an idea that “a conceited air bed "can "spend the night" in the renter's small house.
Nevertheless, the biggest attraction of the seaside health resort is the new sea pier opened in June, 2007. It substituted the old pier which was built in 1987 and which was later damaged by aggressive shells. The new pier was also created as a multifunctional building which is the only one of such kind on the whole Baltic coast.
The sights of Kellenhusen and Holstein.