The harmony of the landscape in Ostholstein and the pleasant climate in conjunction with the wide spectrum of sporting and cultural range of activities on offer, make the Ostseeheilbad “Baltic Sea Spa Resort” of Grömitz, a first-class holiday destination. Holidaymakers can expected a cultivated hospitality and diverse leisure opportunities and it promises both a relaxing as well as an eventful stay.
It is easy to reach Grömitz by car via the motorway A 1 and the main road B501. You can do the journey by train either via the train station in Neustadt/Holstein or the train station Oldenburg/Holstein. The connection is always guaranteed with buses, the journey lasts around 20 to 25 minutes. The international Airport Hamburg-Fuhlsbüttel is located around 110 kilometers away.
The most popular activity for holidaymakers is the walk along the 398 meter longSeebrücke “Sea Bridge”. Guests can enjoy the fresh air of the Baltic Sea wind and enjoy the breathtaking view and in particular the sunrise and sunsets will encapsulate an unforgettable holiday experience. From the sea bridge, there are many opportunities for magnificent Schiffstouren “boat tours”.
Strolling along the 3.5 kilometer long beach and spa promenade falls under the motto "to see and to be seen". The mixture of well cultivated green spaces, more than 20 works of art, shops, cafes and beach performance spaces is unique, and it invites you to come and have a wander around.
The Dorfmuseum in Grube „Village Museum in Grube“ is situated in a residential house dating from 1890 and which is designed in line with the architecture that is typical of this area. It houses a folkloric as well as a prehistoric and early-historic collection. The museum will provide you with interesting insights into the lives and daily life of the people from this region in the last few centuries and in the early period.
Significant cultural events are the Kunst- und Kulturtage „Art and Cultural Days“ in a nearby Benediktinerkloster in Cismar “Benedictine Monastery in Cismar”. The second largest monastery complex in Schleswig Holstein exudes an extraordinary atmosphere. The monastery courtyard, moat, well-tended green spaces and romantic mill pond, represent an incredibly successful ensemble and a majestic backdrop.
The traditional Holstein cuisine boasts hearty, filling dishes such as Grünkohl mit Kassler “green cabbage with a smoked cut of pork” or Bohnen mit Speck “beans with bacon”. Nonetheless, the excellent seafood and fish, caught fresh from the sea or lake and river, are the real highlights. In the restaurant Kochpott in the pedestrian zone in Grömitz, they serve a large selection of fish specialties at fair prices.