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Endless crystal-clear lakes, bumpy dirt roads, quiet forests, villages made of brick and fieldstone, as well as the hilly landscape of the Ice Age and a particularly large variety of species: all this makes the Uckermark so special. No wonder some people refer to this region as the "Tuscany of the North". In summer, this landscape and the associated colors really do justice to the name and in winter it can feel like the foothills of the Alps or somewhere in Scotland. The Uckermark is one of the most sparsely populated regions in Germany: Rest and relaxation are almost automatically part of the program here. The great thing is that you can be alone all day even when hiking and usually only have to share the beautiful landscape with deer, cranes, eagles, foxes or rabbits. There are plenty of them here, after all you are in the Schorfheide-Chorin biosphere reserve. Just around the corner are the two Ucker lakes, which offer not only sandy bathing spots but also a wonderful circumnavigation by bike. The two lakes are separated by the largest contiguous reed area in Germany. What is also special about Flieth is that it is surrounded by three moraines and the hilly landscape that is typical of the Uckermark is therefore particularly pronounced here. A highlight of this development in the truest sense of the word is the Pechberg, 2 km away. It is a burial mound near Vossberg from which you can see many kilometers into the landscape. On clear days all the way to Prenzlau. It is a great place to observe the biodiversity, the weather and especially the sunrises - and sunsets, as well as the clear starry sky - the Milky Way seems within reach here. No matter in which direction you leave Flieth, there is always something to discover. The best way to explore the area is by bike. You can find more information and suggestions under the Activities section.

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