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Baltic Sea Island Honeymoon Getaway: Romance on Rügen
The island of Rügen on the Baltic Sea is known throughout German-speaking Europe as a natural beauty spot, where long stretches of sandy beach are studded with quaint resort towns, spa hotels, and lazily-strewn basket chairs. For romancing twosomes who wish to experience more than a beach holiday on their Baltic Sea island honeymoon, the area has several interesting historical and architectural sites to offer, as well as boasting a UNESCO rated biosphere and several natural parks. With myriad bike ways, water sports facilities, and Nordic Walking groups, the location is excellently suited to the more active newlywed.
Baltic Sea Island Honeymoon Spa Hotels
The Fürst Jaromar Hotel Resort & Spa is a charming spa hotel villa build in the traditional spa architecture of the region. The hotel is distinctly situated on the island's undulous Mönchgut peninsula with the "Bodden" sea, a body of water with a unique ecosystem resulting from freshwater and saltwater inflows, on one side and the Baltic on the other. Located only a few minutes walk away from the beach, the Fürst Jaromar is perfectly suited for long romantic strolls, beach picnics, and bike rides to the island's natural and cultural sites - including its chalk cliffs and historical spa town, Binz.
Spa Treatments for Two
The hotel's 600 square metre bathing landscape boasts a large swimming pool, Roman steam bath, Finnish sauna, and a Japanese scented blossom bath. Massage techniques range from classic back massage via Ayurvedic to hot stone. On offer are also various beauty treatments using products containing locally sourced ingredients, including healing chalk and mineral-rich sea mud. Specially orientated for honeymooning couples is their candle-lit "Caesar and Cleopatra" spa, with essential oils, soothing music, rose petals, and champagne. For an unforgettable Baltic Sea island honeymoon experience, the Fürst Jaromar hotel on Rügen will certainly not fail to deliver