Steep Baltic Sea coast near Stohl north of Kiel in the Rendsburg-Eckernförde district between Kiel and Eckernförde in the municipality of Schwedeneck in the Danish Wohld. The Stohl cliffs are worth a visit in practically every season.
Of course, you can also swim at the natural beach on the Baltic Sea in summer, but it is mostly rocky there. Those who prefer fine sandy beaches for swimming should visit the nearby beaches in Strande or Schilksee or drive to Falckenstein Beach.
However, Stohl on the Baltic Sea is also much quieter. However, most visitors to the steep coast come to Stohl on the Baltic Sea for a long walk. And that in every season.
There is a small parking lot near the cliff. The parking ticket machine must be used from March 15 to October 31 from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Parking is free the rest of the time. The car park on the Stohler steep coast offers space for around 60 cars.