"The listed Vitt fishing village is located near the northernmost tip of the Wittow peninsula on the island of Rügen and belongs to the archipelago Cape Arkona.It belongs to the municipality of Putgarten and is located directly on the cliffs in a ravine probably the name of the small village derives from At the beginning, Vitt was really only a landing place for the fishermen who brought their catch here on land and processed it, according to the Danish historian Saxo Grammaticus. Vitt was first documented in 1290, the Rügan prince Witzlaw II granted the place the right and the freedom of fishing. " Source: ostsee-urlaub-portal.de
"Deeply nestled in a ravine close to the Cape Arkona are the thatched houses of the old, picturesque fishing village Vitt.
The fishermen offer their small boats trips around the Cape Arkona. The deep cut of the bays, the steep coast and the area monument Kap Arkona also form an impressive backdrop from the sea. A highly recommended adventurous and beautiful experience. "Source: kap-arkona.de/vitt.html
Vitt is located on the northernmost part of Rügen, on the north-eastern end of the Wittow peninsula. Right on the Baltic coast and a stone's throw from Cape Arkona, it lies dormant in a natural recess. Nobody knows exactly when the village originated. It is said to have served as a fishing and trading port for the Slavic natives in the 10th century and belonged to the neighboring Jaromarsburg on Cape Arkona. It was first mentioned in documents on May 25, 1290, when the Rügen prince Witzlaw II granted the place the right and the freedom of fishing. In the fishing village, a narrow ravine opens to the sea, revealing the view of the steep cliff from the cape. A stone pier protects the harbor and the village at a "stiff breeze". To be on the safe side, the Vitter pull their boats up to this day with a winch on land.