Special addresses

Whether you’re looking for culture or an adventure, there are numerous exciting activities and destinations in and around Blunk.

Each summer, Bad Segeberg is home to the famous „Karl-May Games“ when the city is transformed into the Green City at the foot of the Kalkberg. It is surrounded by a hilly forest, hedge and lake landscape.



Eutin is famous for its castle and its English landscaped gardens with origins dating back all the way to 1160. The Old Town, with its historic market square and romantic timber-framed houses, is the perfect starting point for sauntering through the old streets and grabbing a bite to eat.


Plön is famous throughout Germany for its thousand lakes, dales and valleys. It also has a gorgeous castle in a large estate with wonderful views from the castle terrace across the large Plön lake, the Plön House of Princes, picturesque churches and lovingly restored houses, Delve into a rich history for a wonderful day out.


This historic city is well-known for its marzipan, but it has so much more to offer. Thomas Mann was born here. The Buddenbrookhaus is one of the best-loved literature museums in the whole of Germany. In 1987 the remaining parts of the Middle Age city centre on the Old Town island were awarded UNESCO World Heritage status.


For a cultural day out, you can visit the Malente water tower, the 28.5-meter high Holzberg tower, the burial chamber or the oldest smokehouse in Ostholstein.

Sailing-City Kiel is famous around the world as the gate to the Nord-Ostsee canal and the ‘Kiel Week’ sailing regatta in the Kiel fjord. Each year, world-class sailors test themselves in various regattas. The undisputed highlight, however, is the huge Windjammer parade – an incredible spectacle in which more than 100 traditional sailing boats make their way through the fjord. With music, art and culinary delights, the Kiel Week attracts over three million visitors.