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Marina Wiek / Rügen - Mecklenburg-Vorpommern flag: Mecklenburg-Vorpommern

General information

18556 18556 Wiek / Rügen
Am Hafen 2
13° 20' 52" E
54° 39' 7" N
Marina Wiek / Rügen
+49 38 391 76 97 22
+49 174 1929726
+49 38 391 76 97 23
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Welcome to Marina Wiek at Rügen Island

Dear guests,

since our Marina Wiek / Rügen has been opened in 2003 it has been the port of call for countless water tourists.

The ideal berthing place at the "Wieker Bodden"  offers unbeatable marina services as well as an attractive surrounding including manifold leisure time options.

Start the day with some fresh baken rolls from our harbour store and experience a dreamy sunset while dining in one of our Wiek restaurants serving the typical regional cuisine.

Marina Wiek / Rügen is located at the East coast of the Wieker Bodden providing about 150 berths with a depth max. of 3 m. Yachts and tall ships even longer than 60 feet may lay alongside too. Please contact the harbour master regarding a berth reservation.

We would be pleased to welcome you personally in our marina soon!

Marina services

Come alongside and enjoy your stay!

At Marina Wiek/Rügen we offer you unbeatable services:


Services within the marina:

Electricity & water at the berth

Sanitary facilities with showers & toilets

Washing machine & tumbler

Newspaper & snacks at the marina store

Barbecue & swimming place

Boatyard with 10 tons and 2,5 tons cranes

Boatmotor service

Ferry to Hiddensee

Local infrastructure

Services around

Shopping possible from Monday until Sunday

Mail office & cash point

Various restaurants nearby

Tourist information

Medecin & dentist on-site

Cars & bikes for rent

Buslinie zum Kap Arkona und nach Bergen

Touristic information

The healthy resort & surround

Resort town Wiek with awarded state recognition is located at the West coast of peninsula Wittow next to the "Bodden" and offers a great view upon the upstream horn hosting a magnificent nature reserve with its interesting history as well as upon the thorntrees of Hiddensee at the foot of the lighthouse.

First mentioned in 1165, Wiek was described as a trading place surrounded by hill forts. In the 14th century Wiek was known as "parochia Medowe sive Wyk“. ’Medowe' means ‚honey meadow‘ pointing at the extensive apiculture in these days and still shown in the village’s emblem nowadays. In 1819, Wiek was the biggest village at Rügen, where peasants, fishermen and handcrafters lived.

After an extensive renovation the port of Wiek was re-opened in 2003, today here Marina Wiek is based.

The old chalk loading bridge clearly can be seen as the marina’s landmark. This historic building originally was planned to function for the shipping of the chalk of Kap Argon. This project was totally given up and as consequence chalk was never shipped from Wiek.

Today the port of Wiek, placed uniquely at the North of Rügen island, convinces visitors with its unbeatable service offers, attractive environment and multiple leisure time possibilities.

The village in the „land of wind“ (Wittow) is well known for many sunny hours and healthy air, therefore a mother & child wellness clinic is situated here, too.

One of the most worth-seeing buildings in Wiek sure is the old church placed in the middle of the village. Soon after Christianisation in the 12th century a temporary church was constructed here. In the 15th century Cistercians erected the brick building which can still be seen today with its three naves, decorative West pediment and rich-shaped long sides.

Today this church is still the centre of the community and a prominent landmark. Here we find the wooden statue of St. Georg on horseback. He is said to have rescued Wittow from a great mole plague and was honoured by this statue by the grateful community.

Worth-seeing are also the Varnow stones, mighty foundlings raging out of the waters north of Wiek.


Places of interest nearby:

• Kap Arkona with its well-known light houses and the fishermen village „Vitt“ - covered by the UNESCO world heritage.

• National park Jasmund with its white chalk coasts, known as „king’s chair“ (Königsstuhl)

• Hiddensee Island - 'söte Länneken', free from private cars and offering lots of remarkable sights

• the long, sandy beach of "Schaabe", nearly 11 km long,  with its fine, white sands sure is one of the most beautiful German beaches 

• the "Störtebeker festival“ in Ralswiek, the "KdF-Bad" in Prora, the fishing harbour Sassnitz with its submarine museum ... and lots of other places worth visiting.