Seebruecke Sellin, Sellin

Must see · Pier / Boardwalk · Tourist Spot
A relaxing seaside walk by day and a dazzling sight by night, Seebruecke Sellin is a lengthy pier jutting straight out in to the Baltic Sea. At night the pier is illuminated, so it can be easily spotted and photographed from the top of a nearby cliff. Originally built in 1906, the pier once stretched more than 500 m (1,640 ft) and included a small restaurant. After a fire damaged much of the structure in 1920, a new pier was built, along with a concert/dance hall. After many years of neglect and weather damage, the pier was reconstructed in the 1990s. Currently measuring 394 m (1,300 ft), this is the longest pier on the island. Drop by for a meal at the site's large restaurant, offering both indoor and outdoor seaside seating. Plan my trip to Sellin with suggested itineraries provided by Inspirock.
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  • A lovely pier reconstructed in traditional style in the 1930s I believe. If you come from the town there is quite a difference in height . That can be overcome either by a long flight of very steep...  more »
  • Took the bike ride through the forest from Binz to Sellin and it was pretty strenuous and sometimes scary (downhill). The pier itself is well worth seeing just to make a picture and say been there...  more »
  • It is interesting to see and walk out to the end, and it is an impressive view coming down from the town. But, I am not sure what the attraction is. It's iconic, so you have to go, but I don't see...  more »

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