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Tip from Sascha Schenk: Climbing Forest

Sascha Schenk

The climbing forest offers much fun for the young and old. Unique ambience and even on hot days, a great refuge. It’s possible to hold celebrations, events or company parties here with professional support.

Tip from Sascha Schenk: Sarrow Thermal Baths

Sascha Schenk

For hours, even for example in the sauna, you can enjoy the view of the lake in our beautiful thermal baths.

Tip from Angela Wüstenberg: Fischer Oli

Angela Wüstenberg

Directly on the lake, the fishing atmosphere at Oli. Close to the camping site at Wendisch, in a relaxing space, it’s possible to enjoy delicious snacks and a good selection of fish dishes.

Tip from Nicole Gade: Cycling on the Lake

Nicole Gade

While doing a bicycle tour around the lake, approx. 34 km, it’s possible to discover many wonderful places – secluded spots and hidden bathing bays.

Tip from Anja Baranowski: Lakeside Resort

Anja Baranowski

The lakeside resort Bad Sarrow offers a wonderful beach feeling and holiday flair. The adjoining restaurant and event location has a lot to offer in culinary delights.

Tip from Sabine Röbisch: Rauen

Sabine Röbisch

Starting at the base of the Rauen hills, enjoy the expansive view from the observation tower and learn more about the history of the Markgrafen stones.

Tip from Sabine Röbisch: Marienhöhe

Sabine Röbisch

We continue on to Demeterhof at Marienhöhe, located on a hill of the southern foothills of the Rauener Hills which have been bio-dynamically farmed since 1928.

Tip from Sabine Röbisch: Wendisch Rietz

Sabine Röbisch

Through the locks towards Berlin via the Storkower Lake or towards Scharmuetzel Lake (Scharmützelsee). Variety of green scenery – Kneipp Park, artist’s studios, a leisure park with petting zoo, plenty of games for the young ones.

Tip from Nicole Gade: Storkow

Nicole Gade

Culture, nature, games and fun – getting lost in the corn fields or simply enjoying the air of the shifting dunes of the Waltersberge (Walters Hills) – it all comes together here. By boat over the lake, stopping at a bathing bay and at the end of the day, experiencing the companions of the night in the dark times of the Middle Ages by touring the alley ways and the castle.

Tip from Sabine Kopetz: Bad Sarrow Villa Colony

Sabine Kopetz

In a horse-drawn carriage at a brisk gallop with Fred Peter or alternatively, leisurely on foot with a local chronicle, wandering through the former villa colony.

Tip from Sabine Kopetz: Bad Sarrow Lake

Sabine Kopetz

Enjoy the trip on steamer boat, with the sunshine on your nose, sailing sportily or jetting across the lake in a motorboat.

Tip from Sabine Kopetz: Spa Park Colonnades (Kurpark-Kolonaden)

Sabine Kopetz

Strolling through the spa park with an ice cream from the ice cream guerillas in one hand, a coffee from the roasting house in the other and discovering at Kulinarikum a souvenir from Mark Brandenburg for your loved ones. Filling your stomach with Spanish, Italian or fish specialties. Fabulous! (Everything is possible, nothing is mandatory!)????

Tip from Anja Baranowski: Bad Sarrow Culture

Anja Baranowski

Do you fancy culture? Satire at the Theater on the Lake (Theater am See), energetic bands at the school barn, classical concerts in the Scharwenka House, film festival at the Elbenhof, cinema in the colonnades…a difficult, though always a good decision!

Tip from Angela Wüstenberg: Cecilienpark

Angela Wüstenberg

In addition to a stunning bathing area, the Cecilienpark in Bad Sarrow, can also surprise young visitors with a great mini-golf course.

Our Team

Vent Immobilien Teambild From left to right: Anja Baranowski, Sabine Röbisch, Sabine Kopetz, Sascha Schenk, Nicole Gade, Angela Wüstenberg
  • Tip from Sascha Schenk: Climbing Forest

    Sascha Schenk

    The climbing forest offers much fun for the young and old. Unique ambience and even on hot days, a great refuge. It’s possible to hold celebrations, events or company parties here with professional support.

  • Tip from Sascha Schenk: Sarrow Thermal Baths

    Sascha Schenk

    For hours, even for example in the sauna, you can enjoy the view of the lake in our beautiful thermal baths.

  • Tip from Angela Wüstenberg: Fischer Oli

    Angela Wüstenberg

    Directly on the lake, the fishing atmosphere at Oli. Close to the camping site at Wendisch, in a relaxing space, it’s possible to enjoy delicious snacks and a good selection of fish dishes.

  • Tip from Nicole Gade: Cycling on the Lake

    Nicole Gade

    While doing a bicycle tour around the lake, approx. 34 km, it’s possible to discover many wonderful places – secluded spots and hidden bathing bays.

  • Tip from Anja Baranowski: Lakeside Resort

    Anja Baranowski

    The lakeside resort Bad Sarrow offers a wonderful beach feeling and holiday flair. The adjoining restaurant and event location has a lot to offer in culinary delights.

  • Tip from Sabine Röbisch: Rauen

    Sabine Röbisch

    Starting at the base of the Rauen hills, enjoy the expansive view from the observation tower and learn more about the history of the Markgrafen stones.

  • Tip from Sabine Röbisch: Marienhöhe

    Sabine Röbisch

    We continue on to Demeterhof at Marienhöhe, located on a hill of the southern foothills of the Rauener Hills which have been bio-dynamically farmed since 1928.

  • Tip from Sabine Röbisch: Wendisch Rietz

    Sabine Röbisch

    Through the locks towards Berlin via the Storkower Lake or towards Scharmuetzel Lake (Scharmützelsee). Variety of green scenery – Kneipp Park, artist’s studios, a leisure park with petting zoo, plenty of games for the young ones.

  • Tip from Nicole Gade: Storkow

    Nicole Gade

    Culture, nature, games and fun – getting lost in the corn fields or simply enjoying the air of the shifting dunes of the Waltersberge (Walters Hills) – it all comes together here. By boat over the lake, stopping at a bathing bay and at the end of the day, experiencing the companions of the night in the dark times of the Middle Ages by touring the alley ways and the castle.

  • Tip from Sabine Kopetz: Bad Sarrow Villa Colony

    Sabine Kopetz

    In a horse-drawn carriage at a brisk gallop with Fred Peter or alternatively, leisurely on foot with a local chronicle, wandering through the former villa colony.

  • Tip from Sabine Kopetz: Bad Sarrow Lake

    Sabine Kopetz

    Enjoy the trip on steamer boat, with the sunshine on your nose, sailing sportily or jetting across the lake in a motorboat.

  • Tip from Sabine Kopetz: Spa Park Colonnades (Kurpark-Kolonaden)

    Sabine Kopetz

    Strolling through the spa park with an ice cream from the ice cream guerillas in one hand, a coffee from the roasting house in the other and discovering at Kulinarikum a souvenir from Mark Brandenburg for your loved ones. Filling your stomach with Spanish, Italian or fish specialties. Fabulous! (Everything is possible, nothing is mandatory!)????

  • Tip from Anja Baranowski: Bad Sarrow Culture

    Anja Baranowski

    Do you fancy culture? Satire at the Theater on the Lake (Theater am See), energetic bands at the school barn, classical concerts in the Scharwenka House, film festival at the Elbenhof, cinema in the colonnades…a difficult, though always a good decision!

  • Tip from Angela Wüstenberg: Cecilienpark

    Angela Wüstenberg

    In addition to a stunning bathing area, the Cecilienpark in Bad Sarrow, can also surprise young visitors with a great mini-golf course.

  • Our Team

    Vent Immobilien Teambild From left to right: Anja Baranowski, Sabine Röbisch, Sabine Kopetz, Sascha Schenk, Nicole Gade, Angela Wüstenberg