A campsite in the middle of the dunes, just a stone's throw from the Baltic Sea. The rainbow camp in Prerow is special. Part of the site will be cleared and returned to nature.
Prerow (dpa / mv) - In the rainbow camp holiday resort on the beach in Prerow, 80 percent of the 75 permanent campers have already left the area affected by an eviction. One is therefore confident that the deadline of December 31st can be met, said a spokeswoman for the company Regenbogen AG of the German Press Agency.
The area is located in the Western Pomerania Lagoon Area National Park on the Baltic Sea peninsula of Darß. The background to the partial clearance in the so-called "Area I" is a change of ownership in March of this year, when the state-owned Foundation for the Environment and Nature Conservation Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania acquired a large part of the area from the federal government. According to the foundation, the deadline of December 31 is contractually bound.
The company Regenbogen AG also examines the other permanent camper sites in the facility, which was founded in 1991, and checks whether they are "national park compliant". Therefore, all 423 permanent campers initially received a notice of termination. According to the company, 383 permanent campers have already submitted an application for a place in the coming season.
In 1991, Camp Prerow was the start of the project for Regenbogen AG, which is listed in Frankfurt. The portfolio now consists of 15 holiday resorts in Germany. In Prerow, the holiday resort extends over two and a half kilometers on a dream beach. "Area I" covers a small area of around 15,000 square meters. If possible, the long-term campers there should be given a different offer in areas A-H.