Take the slides together, dig up the sand on the beach and have fun all day. Water playground, indoor playground, adventure golf, laser maze, climbing wall, sailing school, bike rental – no child will ever get bored here. And if the offer at the holiday park is not enough for you, there are even more leisure activities in the area, such as the pirate playground in Travemünde.

So much fun

  • Playground(s)
  • Water games area
  • Indoor play paradise
    • Climbing wall
    • Laser Maze
    • Indoor and outdoor Adventure Golf

Indoor playground: Action-filled fun!

In the indoor playground not only children can let off steam. There are also many possibilities for young people and adults to spend a sporty afternoon or evening. First, show off at the climbing tower. Secondly, try out the 18-hole outdoor and indoor adventure golf course. Then let your kids beat you at the laser maze. After all of this, you really deserve a sundowner at the beach club!
Landal Adventure: our new game for kids
Are you going to Landal GreenParks with your kids soon? Download our newest, innovative app Landal Adventure and send your kids on a digital scavenger hunt through nature in the holiday park. By collecting resources, they will be able to design and build their own digital tree house plus check it out in augmented reality. Discover Landal Adventure – our new game for kids

Out and about together

Being bored is impossible, in and around the park is so much to do. A walk on the beach, kite flying at the seaside and romp in the playground. Make nice trips with the whole family to Sealife, the Tiger Park or amusement park Hansa Park. Discover Viermaster The Passat and its rich history or a boat trip to Lübeck. Here you can buy the best marzipan, for on the go or as a souvenir to take home.

Ostseestation Travemünde

This maritime centre on the Baltic Sea, at Travemünde, is a wonderful combination of aquarium and oceanographic museum, located right on the promenade. “Why don’t we see jellyfish in winter? Why are plaice flat? Do starfish have eyes?” If you’re looking for an answer to these questions, you should definitely plan a visit! Not only can visitors look, but they can touch and feed, and of course ask lots of questions. Tours are led by competent marine biologists.