STORKOW AND SURROUNDING
There is a lot to discover and experience
The large discounters are all located near the Burgstrasse in Storkow. Very good bread and rolls are offered by the bakery Dreißig in the Lidl car park.
You can find a farmers market Mondays and Fridays from 8am to 4pm on the main square of Storkow. They offer a variety of fruits, vegetables, flowers, pet food and much more.
Directly on the square there is also “der Kleine Weltladen” which offers fair trade goods. They have groceries, art objects, handcrafted goods, cosmetics, clothing and accessories.
Every first Saturday during the summer months there is a flea market from 8am to 2pm in the square flea. With a bit of luck, you will still find real treasures there!
Tasty regional products are offered by Nettis Speisekammer. In addition to home-baked cakes and breakfast items, they have monthly events.
Fresh fish is available in the farm shop of the Fischerei Köllnitz. Also the associated restaurant "Köllnitzer Fischerstuben" offers all sorts of fish specialties.
Storkow (Mark) is one of
the oldest cities in
With its historic old town
around the main square
and the Storkower castle,
the small town is a
popular tourist destination
for all ages.
are held in the castle all year
long and the tourist information
office is located in the castle
with a small shop selling local produce.
For those of you who have forgotten their books at home there is a public library opposite the castle.
Right on the water, surrounded
by a beautiful park.
It also has a small restaurant
with an outside area
right by the lake.
For children, the nearby MitmachPark Irrlandia with its numerous attractions and games such as pony riding, giant slides, labyrinth, climbing parcours is great fun! It is open from May to September! If it rains the children can have fun in Fürstenwalde (about 18 km) in an indoor water playground called Schwapp.
Horse lovers can take riding lessons at the horse board Pfauenhof 5 minutes away by car.
For those who like to have a sauna, Wendisch Rietz has an outstanding sauna landscape the Satama Sauna Resort & SPA right by Scharmützelsee. Be aware! Germans do not wear bathing suits in Saunas and they are mixed gender Saunas.