With both the Baltic and the North Sea only an hour's drive away, the many beaches and islands are a Hamburger's weekend delight.
Visit Germany's third largest island, a windsurfing hot spot and gateway to Denmark. Discover food, history and landscapes unique to Fehmarn.
Take a train to Germany's most popular island! A causeway connects Sylt to the mainland. See cliffs, dunes and endless beaches!
A haven for city dwellers and beach goers, St. Peter-Ording is also a popular resort with families. Fancy a horseback ride or sand yachting?
Take a ferry to Helgoland. 70 km offshore, the island is famous for its Lange Anna spire, cliffs of red rock, sandy beaches and wildlife.
Travel along the Eastern coastline and discover calm, sandy bays and historical spa architecture at famous seaside resorts.
Splash in the Wadden Sea mud, relax in luxury resorts or countryside hamlets, discover amber, isles & beaches along the coast.
Live like a viking, surf like a pro, dig in the sand and dine on a pier. The Baltic Sea bays from Flensburg to Ruegen have it all!
Explore the natural wonders of the endless Wadden Sea, protected UNESCO World Heritage since 2009.
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