Climate friendly travel
With the train and without traffic jams you can also comfortably get to the North Sea. For example to Norderney or after Sylt.
This is how coastal happiness sounds: "I want to go back to the North Sea," the doctors once sang, and even if they applied this to Sylt, Norderney, Borkum or, say: Neuharlingersiel feel addressed - places, at least, that have such fine sandy beaches, fresh breezes and access to the sea of the East Frisians.
From Borkum to Sylt, from our Dutch to our Danish neighbors, there are plenty of islands that are very different - and also just right for very different vacationers. We present our favorites to you.
Amrum, Föhr, Nordstrand, Pellworm or Sylt - our author Harald Braun somehow likes all North Frisian Islands. His top sights in the ...Learn more
Healthy sea air, miles of sandy beaches, numerous opportunities for children to play and no cars far and wide - many islands in the North ...Learn more
A healthy offshore climate, numerous sports and cultural activities, and its location in the middle of the UNESCO World Heritage Wadden Sea are among the great advantages of Borkum, ...Learn more
About 60 km from the German mainland, a huge red sandstone rock juts 61 meters out of the North Sea. Swarmed by ...Learn more
The nickname "Töwerland" (magic land) fits Lower Saxony's perhaps most beautiful island - here the everyday stress of visitors is magicked away in an instant. ...Learn more
The white-red lighthouse on Amrum, called 'big Amrumer', is the island's landmark visible from afar as well as the highest vantage point in the ...Learn more
Fine sandy beaches, sea, wind and space: the East Frisian island of Norderney is a dreamlike piece of the North Sea. There you stand now and ...Learn more
It doesn't always have to be an island: the Wadden Sea, St. Peter-Ording, the East Frisian Gemütlichkeit and everything in between. We introduce you to the North Sea coast!
If you have not done a mudflat hike in your life, you can rejoice: this grandiose experience with bare feet in the Southwester ...Learn more
Beach sailors dash across the fine sands of Ording, out among the waves kite surfers seek their fortune and from the for ...Learn more
With our bullis, canoes, kites and bikes we discover small insider tip regions, underestimated natural sites and the good old classics of the north ...Learn more
It's the same sea, but the coast couldn't be more different - sandy beaches stretch out in front of Cuxhaven, the land ...Learn more
Around twelve kilometers long and up to two kilometers wide: Nowhere on Germany's mainland coasts is there more space for beach holidaymakers ...Learn more
Welcome to the land between the seas. Schleswig-Holstein nestles on the North Sea and Baltic Sea and stretches and stretches on all ...Learn more
In East Frisia, it is considered an honor to be invited to tea. Does one get as an East Frisian or also as a "non-Frisian" at ...Learn more
The best thing to do is to get ready for it: If you are interested in the history of Papenburg and its current sights, ...Learn more
Similar to a love affair, Wilhelmshaven is intimately connected with the adjacent sea. The North Sea city combines vibrant city life and maritime flair - ...Learn more
Carefree bathing fun at the mouth of the Elbe with lots of leisure time: Otterndorf is a top alternative to the large North Sea bathing resorts for families and day visitors. ...Learn more
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 here is ...Learn more