Climate friendly travel
By train and without traffic jams comfortably to Norden-Norddeich.
From a fishing village to a popular coastal bathing resort - Norden-Norddeich offers everything for beautiful vacation days by the water. In addition, every breath outdoors here is pure health.
As early as 1979, Norddeich was certified as a state-approved North Sea spa - no wonder. The good sea air with its stimulating and mudflat climate has a healing effect on all kinds of ailments, accordingly many health and wellness facilities have settled here. For example, you can enjoy fresh air reclining and heliotherapy in the climatic pavilion of the Seekurgarten in any weather. On the 750 m² sauna deck and in the wellness and spa area of the Ocean Wave adventure pool, it is possible to relax excellently, including thalasso and other treatments. Or the vacationer simply walks on spa paths through the enchanting landscape and enjoys the healing climate. Of course, there is also a lot of other variety: bathing on the beautiful beach with beach volleyball court and extra area for dogs, for example. Or learn to surf, go mudflat hiking, inline skating, or make excursions by bike to the National Park House with seal station, to the Whaloseum - or to the red-yellow-ringed Pilsum lighthouse, which was already the filming location for "Otto - Der Außerfriesische".
The special tip: In the East Frisian Tea Museum, the cultivation, harvesting and processing of tea are vividly explained in an exhibition area of over 1,000 m².
Good connection by train: direct to Norddeich by train from Cologne via Münster and from Leipzig via Hanover. In summer, there will also be a new connection from Munich via Würzburg, Kassel and Münster from July 3.
By the way, you can find tips on how to travel comfortably and inexpensively on long-distance and local trains with Deutsche Bahn here.
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Cover photo: The mudflats stretch out in front of Norddeich © Tourismus-Service Norden-Norddeich - Angelika Erdmann