Located among other Baltic seaside resorts in Mecklenburg-West Pomerania, Bod Doberan, where klh Kältetechnik has its headquarters, is the perfect place to live: Apart from the health resort of Bad Doberan with the most famous monastery in Mecklenburg or Heiligendamm, a district of Bad Doberan and the oldest seaside spa at the Baltic Sea, also known as the "white town by the sea, as well as the family-friendly Hanseatic city of Rostock with its maritime flair, the region has a lot to offer in terms of recreation and leisure activities.
In Bad Doberan, you can live in one of the most popular health and holiday resorts of Mecklenburg-West Pomerania. Apart from low-priced building plots, you will find a historic town amidst lush beech forests in close proximity to the seaside. This natural paradise is characterised by the Bad Doberan health resort, which is renowned for its mud bath therapies, and a remarkable history that is still tangible among the medieval buildings and neoclassical architecture.
Bad Doberan has three districts: Althof, Vorder Bollhagen and Heiligendamm. The latter is known as the "white town by the sea" and the oldest seaside spa at the Baltic coast. The popular holiday destination is ideal for all those who want to go on long walks among lush meadows and white beaches.
For further information about Bad Doberan, please visit www.bad-doberan-heiligendamm.de.
Mecklenburg-West Pomerania's largest city Rostock is only approximately 15 kilometres away from klh. The Hanseatic city, which is home to a university and the seaside resort Warnemünde, is characterised by a lively and cosmopolitan cultural scene and offers numerous leisure activities. Apart from a multitude of shopping facilities, this also includes various museums, exhibitions, theatres, concerts and sports events. The Hanse Sail, an annual maritime festival and gathering of tall and traditional sailing ships as well as museum ships from all over the world, attracts up to a million visitors every year. The seaside resort Warnemünde, which is Germany's busiest cruise port, is home to the annual Warnemünde week, an international water sports and sailing event.
In addition, Rostock is highly popular due to its family-friendly nature: Its districts offer affordable housing for all types of needs - at a central location, at the seaside or surrounded by nature. Thanks to a multitude of schools, day care facilities and sports clubs, children and young people benefit from a broad educational offer and a wide range of leisure activities. In addition, the University of Rostock, one of the oldest German universities and an important research centre, and various other colleges, academies and institutions shape the unique cosmopolitan and creative flair of this Hanseatic city.
In terms of mobility, Rostock is connected to the A20 autobahn in the direction of Hamburg and to the A19 autobahn in the direction of Berlin. The public transport association VVW (Verkehrsverbund Warnow) with its affiliated transport companies ensures excellent mobility within the region. Moreover, Scandinavia can be reached easily by Scandlines ferries.
For additional information about the Hanseatic city of Rostock, please visit www.rostock.de.