The East Frisian islands are located in the heart of the Wadden Sea UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site, where the waves, water and wind set the pace. One of these islands is Norderney, which just so happens to be Germany's oldest health resort in the North Sea.
At the glamorous seaside health resort of Norderney, (virtually) the whole world seems to revolve around thalassotherapy, which is seen as the sea's gift to humanity. One step outside is enough to reveal the incredible healing powers of the sea, which are harnessed in many different ways at the bade:haus norderney spa centre. The thalassotherapy and wellness treatments on offer include seawater in all its manifestations, saunas, steam rooms and a family thalasso pool. The bade:haus is the ultimate spa centre, spanning 8,000 square metres and having been awarded the European Health & Spa Award in the "Best Public Bath" category and the "Spa Europe" quality seal.