The village of Lohme is located on the peninsula of Jasmund within National park Jasmund. Lohme includes several areas and has about 800 inhabitants. The largest part of the village is Lohme which has got a long history and is situated very near the coast. From 1930 to 1940 in the previous century Lohme with its harbour became a place for upper-class tourists to go to on holiday. The wonderful chalk cliffs and “King’s Chair” which belonged to Lohme could guarantee the successful buisiness in tourism. After World War II there was socialistic agriculture in Lohme. Fishing industry lost its importance for the people. Tourism in GDR-times was connected with the organisation of FDGB. The area of Stubbenkammer then became part of the town of Sassnitz because Lohme could not manage to organize this area for tourism itself.
The camping side was opened in Lohme near the coast at the beginning of the fifties of the last century. From 1956 to 1957 the side was taken over by Nipmerow where it is still today. The camping side is located 150 metres above zero in the north of the Isle of Rugen in National park Jasmund, 3 km away from “King’s Chair” and is surrounded by wonderful beech forests that are up to one hundred years old. From the camping side you can enjoy a fantastic view of the bay “Tromper Wiek” and further up to Cape Arkona.
You can easily get to the camping side travelling by public transport.(by train to Sassnitz, then go by bus 8 km to Nipmerow. The bus stop is situated directly in front of the camping side. There are various possibilities for leisure time activities in Neddesitz which is only 3km far away. During the last few years there has has been built a riding ground in Ranzow (about 1km away).
Starting at Lohme’s harbour you can go by boat to go fishing or to enjoy the beautiful landscape. In Sassnitz you can organize further leisure activities.
Ralswiek which is famous for the “Störtebeker Festival” is very near,too. It just takes you about 20 minutes by car to get there.