The Kleinestrasse is a 111 kilometerlong street that runs along the German Baltic Sea island of Rügen. It is the only street on the island that is not part of a state highway and is therefore maintained by the local municipality. The Kleinestrasse is one of Rügen’s most popular tourist attractions and is used by both locals and visitors alike. It is a popular spot for fishing, swimming, windsurfing, and sunbathing. There are also several restaurants and cafes along the Kleinestrasse. Despite its popularity, the Kleinestrasse has several disadvantages. First, the street is only one lane in each direction, which can cause traffic jams during the summer months. Second, there is no shoulder on the road, which can make it difficult for pedestrians and cyclists. Third, the Kleinestrasse is located in a lowlying area and is subject to flooding during heavy rains.