독일 북해 섬은 끝없이 펼쳐진 해변과 뛰어난 자연이 인상적입니다. 휴양과 레저 활동이 모두 가능한 멋진 기후의 유네스코 문화유산인 바덴해 중심으로 여러분을 초대합니다. 매우 훌륭한 숙소, 최고의 요리 및 멋진 스포츠 이벤트가 있습니다.
The Hallig islands – peace and solitude in the coastal wetlands
Germany's Hallig islands are picturesquely dotted amongst the North Frisian islands off the North Sea coast. They offer walks on the mudflats in the heart of a World Heritage nature reserve and are havens of seclusion in harmony with the tides.
The island of Föhr is located in the north-western part of Schleswig-Holstein. The 45-minute mini-cruise from Dagebüll-Mole to Föhr, past the Hallig islands on the glistening Wadden Sea, is the ideal way to slip into holiday mode.
Heligoland's rust-coloured sandstone cliffs jut dramatically out of the North Sea some 70 kilometres from the mainland. Blessed with a unique natural setting, the island also enjoys a mild maritime climate.
The people of Juist call their island Töwerland, which means 'magic land' in the low German dialect. With 17 kilometres of beach straddling the Wadden Sea and the wild North Sea, Juist's nickname is understandable. It really is a special place!
A water tower, a sandy beach stretching for 14 kilometres, stunning terrain dominated by sand dunes up to 20 metres in height, and outstanding natural beauty. The East Frisian island of Langeoog's special charm makes it a popular choice for holidays.
The North Frisian island of Amrum is one of the best day trip destinations in Schleswig-Holstein. With its bracing North Sea air, coastal wetlands and a beach that seems to stretch on forever, Amrum is ideal for active holidays and relaxation.
Baltrum, which belongs in part to the Lower Saxony Wadden Sea National Park, is the smallest of the East Frisian islands. Deep in the Wadden Sea, holidaymakers enjoy a car-free oasis, peace and quiet and plenty of bracing North Sea air.