The naturist camp site Rosenfelder Strand is located on the Baltic Sea in Germany. This campsite is ideal for families with children and nature lovers.
Experience a wonderful holiday at the 1.5 km long nudist beach on the Baltic Sea. Rosenfelder Strand is the only naturist campsite in Germany that is located directly on the beach and in a nature reserve.
All mobile homes have a plot size of approx. 200 m² incl. terrace. The living area is approx. 30 m² and can accommodate up to 4 people. The mobile home you rent consists of a living room, a bedroom (double bed), a children’s room (bunk bed or 2 single beds), a shower room and a kitchenette with microwave. The mobile homes are fully equipped with TV, duvets, blankets and coffee maker, as well as refrigerator, crockery, cutlery, glasses, pots and pans, garden furniture, etc. The 2 most luxurious mobile homes even have a dishwasher.
The wooden houses can accommodate up to 2 people. They are equipped with duvets, TV, small kitchen with coffee maker, pots and refrigerator, heating and garden chairs. Some of the wooden houses are connected to water or sewerage, but they do not have their own toilet or shower. You can use the public sanitary building.
Enjoy the real camping life, but you don’t have your own caravan? We can reserve a caravan for you including an awning with kitchenette. In the kitchenette you will find a refrigerator, coffee maker, pots, pans and other kitchen utensils. You can use the public sanitary building.
You must bring your own bed linen and towels. It is possible to rent bed linen and towels. The price for bed linen is € 4.00 and towels are offered for € 2.00.
• Small library
• Laundry service
• Bicycle rental
• Outdoor fitness
Various events are organized such as a volleyball tournament.
Rosenfelder Strand is approximately 560 km from Utrecht.
A car (or rental car) is a good way to travel to and through Germany and handy if you want to visit slightly remote places. The roads in Germany are of good quality. On the highways it is regularly indicated where the nearest petrol stations / restaurant, picnic areas are.
In Germany, a lot of work is done with environmental stickers. An environmental sticker (Umwerl plaketten) can be requested online at the ANWB. You can of course also go to an ANWB shop for an environmental sticker.
A Dutch driving license is sufficient, so an international driving license is not necessary.
The Baltic Sea region is particularly suitable for naturist holidays. The area is family-friendly and easy to get to. There are beautiful and well-kept beaches, picturesque towns, small villages with old fisherman’s houses, rustic inns, wide open spaces. The Baltic Sea coast is well worth a visit.
The town of Lübeck is nearby and in Heiligenhafen you meet early in the morning the cutters who bring their catch (crabs, plaice and much more) ashore. The Baltic seaside resorts of Dahme and Grömitz, as well as the baths in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, which shine back to their former glory, are worth a visit.
It is nice to go to nearby cultural monuments such as the Cismar Monastery. A trip to Denmark via the Vogelfluglinie with a stopover on the island of Fehmarn is also possible!
Rest and relaxation are guaranteed, long walks on the beach or on the top of the dike make everyday life forgotten.
The official language in Germany is German. Each region speaks its own dialect. In the tourist area you can go as a tourist with English.
Just like in the Netherlands, people in Germany pay with the Euro. You can go to most banks with credit cards and Traveler’s checks. With a Dutch bank or giro debit card which has a maestro or cirrus sign, you can go to the ATMs. American Express, Diners Club, Via, Master and Eurocard passes are accepted in almost all restaurants, shops and petrol stations.
The Baltic Sea has a moderate maritime climate. This can be recognized by the small temperature differences between summer and winter. The winter is quite mild with temperatures around freezing. In the summer, a warm wind often blows, which can cause the temperature to rise considerably in the summer. Most of the rain falls in the fall and spring.
|Climate table Baltic Sea|
|Average number of hours of sunshine per day||6||8||8||8||7||5||3|
|Average number of days of rainfall||13||12||13||14||13||13||13|
Mobil home with 2 bedrooms. Surface approximately 30m².
Wooden cottage for 1-2 people. Surface approximately 15m².
Caravan for 2-4 persons with kitchenette in the awning. Surface approximately 15m².
All accommodations have been personally visited by us. We are happy to help you with your choice!
Do you have questions? We are ready for you!
Travel organization Internatuur
Do you have questions about our trips or would you like to make an appointment? Please contact us by calling +31 (0) 26 – 361 71 34 or fill in the contact form on the right and we will contact you as soon as possible.
6932 DW Westervoort
Monday to Friday: 9:00 am – 5:30 pm.
Saturday: 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM.
Closed from December 25 to 26, 2021