Hallig Hooge

The Hallig Hooge is with 5.5 km² the second largest of the Halligen. Typical for the Halligen, unlike islands, the are completely washed over up to the terps during “landfall”. Whether on foot, by bicycle or horse-drawn carriage – Hallig Hooge will enchant you as soon as you arrive by ship. (Link www.adler-schiffe.de )


Explore the North Sea island of Amrum by bike and discover the Amrum lighthouse, the highest accessible tower on the North Sea coast. Start from Nordstrand with the MS Adler-Express (link to www.adler-schiffe.de/ab-nordstrand/ ) and enjoy the unique island and Hallig panorama already on the approach.


Passing sandbanks and seals, you will sail from Nordstrand (link www.Faehre-pellworm.de) through the UNESCO World Heritage Wadden Sea directly to the green island of Pellworm. Discover the Wadden Sea on a guided tour during your day trip or climb the Pellworm lighthouse, the highest publicly accessible place on Pellworm, with a magnificent view.


A 40 km long bathing beach, typical Frisian villages and fantastic nature await you here. Travel from Nordstrand in 2.5 hours with the Adler ships and enjoy the day stay on the island of Sylt.

You prefer to travel by train? Then travel comfortably in one hour with the Deutsche Bahn directly from Bredstedt to Westerland.

Wadden Sea National Park

Between the mouth of the Elbe in the south and the Danish border in the north, Schleswig-Holstein’s national park area covers 4,380 square kilometers. Learn more about the uniqueness of the Wadden Sea in the information centers with different thematic focuses. Pure nature experience! (Link https://www.nationalpark-wattenmeer.de/mediathek/erlebniskarte/ )