The best time to visit is early morning when the sun lights up the white cliffs.
Most people come here by car, bicycle, motorcycle or bus.
To see the cliffs from the water, you can take a boat from the Pier in Binz several times daily to the “The King’s Chair”, which is said to be named after the Swedish King Karl XII, who sat there to watch a sea battle he led against Denmark.
Here is an opportunity to walk a few kilometres in the lovely beech forest.
Walking down the cliffs on a stairway to the beach is lovely if you have good health and fitness.
It’s a long way down, so it can be quite a pain when you go up later.
For a fee of a few Euros, visit the museum, which is on top. Here you can also see the rocks, saving time, energy and calories.
Cape Arkona is located on the northernmost point of Rügen.
I was parking a few kilometres from the scenic area with rocks, a lighthouse and a museum.
You get a lovely walk along the road and find exciting shops and great cafes.
If you don’t want to go that far, a shuttle train takes you to Cape Arkona for a couple of Euros, but it’s a lovely walk if you can.