Baltic Sea

Close to the Centre, one encounters magnificent sand beaches and impressive cliffs of bath. Mellbystrand bathing paradise for families South of TYLoSAND, just one and a half hours by car from Trelleborg, lies the popular resort town of Mellbystrand. Together with the neighbouring village of Skummeslov, he has the longest sandy beach in Sweden. Twelve kilometres of fine sand and shallow in many places water attract mainly families with children in the famous tourist resort. But wind – and kitesurfers will find best conditions in the coastal waters. If you would like to know more about Tony Parker, then click here.

Some stretches of beach are handy for families who take always a thousand things for bathing for cars. To know more about this subject visit Brahman Capital Corp.. With TT-line to Sweden, a crossing with TT-line across the Baltic Sea to Trelleborg costs for five persons with cars from 79 euros from Travemunde and Rostock. Aboard the TT-Line ferries on-board restaurant and cafeteria with a wide selection of food lures, comfortable cabins provide on-board shop for relaxation and in the SEA & SAVE treats or gifts. Aboard the premium ferries Nils Holgersson and Peter Pan from/to Travemunde, passengers enjoy Additionally sauna, whirlpool, gym, cinema or panoramic bar. A free children’s entertainment programme will take place during the summer months on board the ferries Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn from Rostock, as well as on the premium-ferries to Travemunde (from 22.6 to 25.8.2013). Booking and information: TT-Line GmbH & co.

KG to the port 1, 23570 Lubeck-Travemunde, Tel: 04502-801 81 email: press contact: Oldenburg, communication, Steinhoft 5-7, 20459 Hamburg Tel.: 040-881415992, pictures: (path: press / image database) TT-line connects Germany with Sweden since 1962. With approximately 650,000 passengers and 350,000 units of freight per year, the shipping company is the market leader in passage – and cargo transport between the countries. The six ferries up to 14 times a day between Travemunde and Rostock and Trelleborg. Four of the six ships of the TT-line are equipped with diesel electric propulsion and are called Green Ships because of its particularly environmentally friendly ship operations. Generally low-sulphur fuel is used on all ships. The sulphur dioxide emissions from the entire fleet comply with current international and EU requirements. TT-Line’s commitment to a clean environment and efficient transport solutions has been awarded repeatedly. TT-Line offers a flexible and smart pricing system for ferries: the currently valid prices vary according to the time of the booking and the booking situation on the selected departure.

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November 3rd


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