White chalk cliffs in Jasmund National Park are famous landmarks and the most popular tourist attractions of the Rügen Island in Northern Germany. The tallest cliff is up to 161m high. Jasmund National Park has been established in 1990 and with only 30 km² it is the smallest national park of Germany. Jasmund National Park protects wild fascinating coast on the Baltic Sea with rugged white chalk cliffs and undisturbed beech woods.
Best known cliffs are the Wissower Klinken and together with the Königsstuhl (King’s seat) offer an imposing view.
Hiking, cruising, horse riding and cycling are much loved options to explore the almost pristine nature of the Jasmund National Park, a picturesque place perfect for relaxing vacation everybody should have seen.
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