You can stroll on the new circular promenade unrestricted and to your heart’s content as it connects the major promenades on both banks of the Trave and therefore Travemünde’s town side with the Priwall peninsula. Combined with a visit to the sights and two relaxed mini-ferry rides across the Trave estuary.
This maritime circuit is unique along the entire Baltic coast. It takes you from the Nordermole pier with the small foot passenger ferry across the federal waterway of the Trave to the new Priwall promenade with its modern Beach Bay holiday facility and to the famous four-master the PASSAT lying at anchor in Passat harbour which can be visited in the season. The Baltic station manned by marine biologists lies on the path along the bank of the Trave with its environmental centre and various show aquaria with their indigenous marine life. Then you have a short walk – past the coal yard with what is probably the most beautiful view of Travemünde’s Old Town – to the Priwall car ferry which will take you back to Travemünde’s town side to the fishermen's harbour.