The well-kept resort in resort architecture is 800 meters from the south beach of the Baltic resort Sellin. Sellin's main landmark and attraction is the 400 m long pier without a doubt. Originally built in 1906, it was destroyed twice over the years to be fully demolished around 1978. The new building is in the nineties under the old model, and since 1998, proudly rises again above the sea and the palm garden and offers a nostalgic Emperor Pavilion a varied gastronomic offer. Sellin Seedorf in the district is the newly built marina, but the old seafaring village Seedorf is not just for sailors, but also for landlubbers a real Augenschmauss.