Borkum, which belongs in part to the Lower Saxony Wadden Sea National Park, is the largest of the seven East Frisian islands, covering almost 31 square kilometres. Holidaymakers come for its mild maritime climate and unspoilt surroundings.
Norderney is an island of contrasts. A thriving cultural scene in the west, unspoilt nature in the east, and beaches as far as the eye can see. And all this in a unique habitat with UNESCO World Natural Heritage status.
The North Frisian island of Pellworm is situated in the Schleswig-Holstein Wadden Sea National Park. It's a real insider's tip for holidaymakers and offers mudflat tours to the neighbouring Hallig islands and much more besides.
The largest North Frisian island is a popular destination for fine food and water sports. Located off Schleswig-Holstein's North Sea coast, Sylt also has lots to offer when it comes to health and wellness.
Wangerooge is a North Sea health resort and spa. Beaches, dunes and salt marshes dominate the island, which is surrounded on all sides by the Lower Saxony Wadden Sea National Park. A surefire recipe for a relaxing break.