The Mecklenburg Lake District consists of over 1000 largely interconnected lakes, which leads you into this natural wonderland. The banks of the waterways are fringed by forests, meadows and marshes. Nature dominates the landscape.
Plauer See, Fleesensee, Kölpinsee and Müritz form the Mecklenburg Upper Lakes. Each of these four lakes is impressive because of its majestic size. There are no locks and only a few bridges, which make this region perfect for houseboats and sailing.
The last ice age left more than 300 lakes, whcih forms this area. Narrow, deep valley lakes, circular shallow lakes and short canals build a water sports paradise, which is unique in Europe. The smaller lakes consist of two main waterways: The Müritz-Havel waterway leading from the Müritz to Priepert and the Upper Havel waterway leads from Neustrelitz through Priepert to Liebenwalde in the north of Berlin.