The (former) Uecker-Randow District has a Baltic Coast — but it is actually protected within the Stettiner Haff, a large harbor shared with Poland. This mostly flat region sits in the valleys of the two rivers that name the district, and has a low mountain range to the west. It is also one of the least developed regions in the whole of Germany.
Uecker-Randow District Map
Towns & Villages in the Uecker-Randow District
- Bergholz (Pasewalk)
- Grambow (Pasewalk)
- Groß Luckow
- Klein Luckow
- Lübs (Torgelow)
- Luckow (Torgelow)
- Papendorf (Pasew.)
In the port town of Ueckermünde, you will find some great seafront architecture and plenty of comfortable double deckchairs on the sandy beaches. Add to this endless streets of half-timbered buildings and gabled merchants houses to wander through. It is also home to the last palace of the Dukes of Pomerania still to be found on German soil.
The Uecker-Randow District is a great place for outdoor adventures, and is covered in lakes, forest and heath with some steppe flora unique to the area. It has a small area for wine production, too.
By the way, you can visit a Mushroom Museum here and walk to Poland across one of the pedestrian border crossings.