Short trip to the Baltic Sea in autumn with nature experiences

Short trip to the Baltic Sea in autumn with nature

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Short trip to the Baltic Sea in autumn with experiences in nature

At NATURtainment Lübeck Bay, from October 11 to 24, 2021, local nature lovers will explore the sea, the beach and the hinterland.

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Bay of Lübeck

With its diverse nature, the Baltic Sea coast is increasingly becoming an insider tip for relaxing and natural short trips in the low season. As part of the two NATURtainment weeks in the Bay of Lübeck, from October 11 to 24, 2021, local nature guides will go on an expedition, a cycling reporter will take you to explore nature, a local artist invites you to a wreck workshop and a herd of llamas to walk together on the beach a.

You can find an overview of all the nature experiences offered by NATURtainment on the website of the tourist agency Lübecker Bucht.

Guided bike tour “NaturACHT”

This cycling tour offers a full-day or half-day nature cycling experience, depending on the time you want. Specializes in geography subjects with a focus on Germany.

Divided into a south loop and a north loop, the full-day route traverses picturesque landscapes in the shape of a figure eight. During the informative walk through the varied coastal nature, participants learn, among other things, why bogs are the cure for climate change and what biodiversity an orchard has to offer. The half-day as well as the full day are free, without registration and take place with a maximum of 25 participants.

Various nature experiences await you in the Bay of Lübeck!

Herbal hike – “Herb butter”

Anyone who has always wanted to learn more about edible and healing plants can join the guided herb hike with certified nature and landscape guide Iris Bein. As ancient knowledge of nature is passed down on a walk, it turns out that there are plenty of local superfoods growing left and right of the path. The herbs are collected together, which are then used to prepare and enjoy herb butter and herbal tea.

Registration, online or in one of the tourist information centers, is mandatory in advance, the number of participants being limited to 15 people. Participation in the herb hike costs 8 euros per person – children can participate for free.

Herbal love – the best of fresh herbs is processed and consumed together with other ingredients.

Forest trip – from the gentle power of trees

The forest journey begins on the beach, where everyday life recedes as you gaze out at the wide horizon. Then, the nature and landscape guide Iris Bein leads into the nearby forest. With their expert guidance, the senses are sharpened for the sounds and smells of nature, special bird calls are heard, and participants are made aware of the special atmosphere of the forest.

Registration, online or in one of the tourist information centers, is mandatory in advance, the number of participants being limited to 12 people. The outing in the forest costs 8 euros per person, participation is recommended from 16 years old.

Autumn hike in the Klingberg Forest.

Guided walks on the beach with identification of stones, search for amber or … llamas

On Guided Wave Hikes, Stone Identification Beach Hike focuses on the stones expertly carved by the sea, which can be determined by the guide. The beach hike with amber hunt is about “Baltic Sea Gold”, which you can research with a local guide. Both beach hike offers are free and registration is not required.

Those who literally like it a little more alive can join a guided llamas hike, which gives an exciting insight into the nature of these fascinating animals. Pre-registration is also required here, the number of participants being limited to 8 people. The 1.5 hour hike costs 35 euros per person.

Fur hooks in fall and llama hike on the beach.

Atelier Flotsam – each piece is guaranteed to be unique

In Sabine Balke’s ephemeral workshop, unique works of art are created when, in the hands of workshop participants, wrecks such as beach glass, driftwood or stones from the Baltic Sea are transformed. in jewelry and decorative items for the home.

Participation in the three-hour workshop on floating debris costs 49 euros plus 10 euros for materials. The number of participants is limited to 8 people, so advance registration is also required here.

Whether on the beach, in the forest or between meadows and fields – the NATURtainment offers in the Bay of Lübeck have one thing in common: they give impetus and strength, create valuable experiences and transmit interesting information as well as a new perspective on the special in everyday life. All offers, further information, meeting points and timetables as well as booking information can be found on the website of the tourist agency Lübecker Bucht at www.naturtainment.de.

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