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Fischerdorf Vitt

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Recommended by 245 out of 258 hikers

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  • Julia

    "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

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  • Klaus Hoffmann

    Idyllic, old, small fishing village.

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  • Julia

    "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

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  • Thomas

    Nice and idyllic fishing village.
    The atmosphere and the great fish dishes should definitely be experienced.
    Very beautiful beach, beautifully located.

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  • Ela Ado

    A really nice little village

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  • Thomas

    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.

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  • Wandervogel62

    Nice little fisherman's houses and there is a lot to discover.

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  • Ronald van Büren

    Vitt a small fishing village directly on the high shore path still shows the origins. From here, the chalk cliffs and the cape Arkona are easily recognizable, if you did not find a staircase to get there.

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  • Arne Zobirei

    Small fishing village where you think time has stopped, especially in winter, when the place is not crowded with tourists.

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  • Gerhard & die Hundeboygroup 🐾 👣 🐾

    Actually, this place has disappointed me
    Too many people here - but that was foreseeable.

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  • Nebelsang Adventures

    Super great beach & local cuisine.

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  • Ela Ado

    A picturesque little place

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  • Enrico Ziegert

    Nice delicious fish sandwiches and great atmosphere

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  • David

    Nice little fishing village. Especially the freshly caught and smoked fish on the beach is delicious!

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  • Wolfram Herold

    In the center in the Golden Anchor stop off and eat zander with cucumber salad or eat fresh smoked fish at the pier!

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  • Maxi-Morgenrot

    A village with 13 houses and 19 inhabitants, which ducks into a landscape and lives in its own time

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  • Matthias Lucky

    Beautiful wild coastline

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  • Dirk

    mic has actually surprised that it does not cost admission, but it is really worth seeing, very quaint. You can also eat here in a small restaurant and a few fish stalls, you should definitely make a detour to the Starnd!

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  • Alwin 70

    A must during a Cape visit, here you can experience the past first hand.

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  • Herr Hint

    Nice cafe, sweet little fishing port, nice village

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  • Gerhard & die Hundeboygroup 🐾 👣 🐾

    Can you go there, but only the roofs of the houses are really nice!

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  • Elevation40 m