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Nordsee Travel Guide

The North Sea has something to offer even the smuggest tourists. This region has numerous beaches, fascinating natural phenomena, breathtaking active leisure opportunities, and an authentic atmosphere. Remote island and raging port cities invite you to visit.

Nordsee

The best time to travel to the North Sea

Since the main goal of the trip to the North Sea is outdoor activities, the weather is the main prerequisite for travel planning. That's why the summer months (from June to September) are the best time when the temperature is about 20 ° C. Tourists can be pleased by the fact North Sea islands are among the sunniest in Germany with 1,800 hours of sunshine a year. However, it is advisable to take an umbrella with you because short-term showers are typical for this region.

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Top natural sights

The Wadden Sea

The Wadden Sea is a national park, where you can observe natural phenomena such as the ebb and flow that change every 6 hours. The Wadden tours, which are considered a sport here, are very popular. You can walk through shallow water and discover the marine life in detail.

Sylt

Sylt

Sylt is the largest island in the North Sea, which is known as the King of the North. There are numerous ways to discover island life up close here, by taking a bike tour through the idyllic paths or an exciting GeoTour in search of the hidden treasures. Also, it is a perfect place for sailing, camping, picnicking, sunbathing, and promenades. A special symbol of the island is the beach chairs that can be found everywhere on the coast.

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Borkum

Borkum

Borkum is the westernmost largest of the East Frisian Islands, known as the North Sea island with ocean climate. Thanks to the salted-out air and favorable weather conditions, it received the official status of a medical resort. Tourists flock there to enjoy numerous sports activities, including surfing, hiking through dunes, sailing, etc. For lovers of architecture and history, there are several fascinating beacons to visit.

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Sankt Peter-Ording

Sankt Peter-Ording

The health resort of Sankt Peter-Ording has the longest sandy beach in western Germany (12 km long). The landmark is the pile dwellings, which were formerly used as changing rooms. Today they serve as restaurants or places for lifeguards. Nature and water lovers can enjoy a variety of offers here - from dune thermal baths to numerous strolls through idyllic surroundings. The versatile character of the spa guarantees travelers various types of relaxation - both active (kiting, surfing, sailing, riding) and quiet relaxation.

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Helgoland

Helgoland

Helgoland is a mystical archipelago with an eventful history. If you marvel at the red rocks and cliffs, as well as cute seals, you can not assume that it is the location of the largest non-nuclear explosion that the British made in World War II. The island is exceptional in many respects: it is the only deep-sea island in Germany. With unique flora and fauna, it acts as a real oasis of calm that is worth a visit.

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Husum

Halligen

Halligen is a group of small marsh islands, part of the North Frisian Islands, which can be flooded during storm surges. That is why they are built on special hills. This is a perfect offer for those who want to relax and enjoy the tranquility of island life.

Husum

Husum is a port city that is the starting point for trips to the islands. In contrast to the harmonious island atmosphere, city life rages in Husum. That is why it offers numerous leisure activities and events.

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Bremerhaven

Bremerhaven

Bremerhaven is the only large city on the North Sea coast that, together with Bremen, is the smallest state in Germany - Free Hanseatic City of Bremen. All sights are certainly connected to the sea. Particularly recommended is the promenade along the harbor, where you can see exhibits of the open-air museum - the ships. Besides, the observation deck on the roof of the Atlantic Sail City Hotel ensures a breathtaking overview of the city and the quay.

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Cuisine and specialties

North Sea, food

Maritime cuisine is of course typical of the North Sea. You can snack on fish rolls with freshly caught fish such as herring or cod directly at the harbor. If you want to experience something special, there is an option to dine in the ship's restaurant.

A national East Frisian drink is tea, which has a long tradition here. There is even a special term here - Teetied, which stands for time to relax and a cup of tea.

For those who prefer meat over fish, Salzwiesenlamm dishes are a must. Since the sheep graze on salt marshes, their meat is particularly delicious.

Arrival

By plane

The destination for the trip to the North Sea is the state of Schleswig-Holstein. By plane, you can arrive at the airports on the islands of Sylt, Föhr, Amrum, or Helgoland. Besides, you can fly to Hamburg and organize further trips from there.

By train

Deutsche Bahn, the ÖBB (from Zurich, Basel, Vienna, Innsbruck, and Munich), TouristExpress (from Lörrach) and Urlaubs-Express (from Verona, Villach, Lörrach, and Munich) offer numerous options for reaching Hamburg by train. There you can change to the regional train, which will take you comfortably to your holiday destination.

By car

From Hamburg, you can quickly get to Heide on Autobahn 23. Continue on the B5 along the Green Coastal Road. Alternatively, you can drive north from Hamburg via the A7, from there you can reach the west coast via the B202 or B199.

By bus

From Berlin, via Hamburg, you can reach St. Peter-Ording with the FlixBus. The stops are also in Tönning, Garding, and Tating.

Hotels and accommodations

On the North Sea coast, there are various accommodation options to suit all tastes. The special tourist magnets are Büsum, St. Peter-Ording, Cuxhaven and Bremerhaven.

Büsum is located on the north coast of Germany. A specialty of the hotels there is wellness centers that work here all year round.

Cuxhaven

Sankt Peter-Ording is a resort where there are numerous ecotourism sites and the historical center of a small region. The significant advantage of the region is the developed infrastructure, which enables comfortable sightseeing. The city has various hotels and guest houses, among which everyone can find something in any price category.

Cuxhaven is located on the north coast. The resort has several sanatoriums that help restore the body and strengthen general health conditions.

Since Bremerhaven is a larger city with an important port, the choice of accommodation is much wider. Here travelers can enjoy an overnight stay in the splendid hotels or not spend their travel budget and book an affordable hotel.

On the HotelFriend website, we have put together numerous offers for you on the North Sea coast. Find a suitable deal and enjoy your trip to the picturesque natural setting of the North Sea.