Admittedly, the Baltic Sea island of Usedom is only the second largest island in Germany. There are more than enough convincing arguments for visiting Usedom: fantastic sandy beaches, great leisure opportunities for families, lots of sights – but above all an unmistakable flair. This attracted numerous illustrious guests to the island at the beginning of the 20th century. Whether aristocracy, wealthy industrialists or great artists such as Feininger, Tolstoy or Fontane, they all enjoyed their summer holidays in the world-famous imperial spas. But now it’s your turn! By the way, without wanting to promise »good weather« too much, we don’t want to withhold important information about the wonderful sunny island of Usedom from you: With an average of 1906 hours of sunshine per year, Usedom is one of the sunniest areas in Germany. So it’s no wonder that a visit to Usedom will also make you smile.