The North Sea: charming at all seasons: enjoying the North Sea, is always enjoying the weather. We love sitting in the winter garden with a good book in uncomfortable weather and watching the storms outside just as we wait for putting our naked feet in the sand on warm days, feeling the seawater and knowing that the sun is shining at full power on us. And those who get to know the Sea more precisely classify the seasons even more detailed: snowstorms, frozen watts and incredible natural strength is impressing as well as sunny days of summer which are competitive to Mediterranean tourist areas with its warmth, flair and sunsets. Completely arrived are those who are outside in all weathers. Walking as long as their feet can walk, stopping by at restaurants in which home-baked, delicious family recipes are served and enjoying that in East Frisia the clocks sing a different tune compared to the remaining Germany.
Those who are reluctant to walk are especially in East Frisia invited to discover the scenery on kilometers of bike lanes. Particularly, since the scenery is proverbially flat, the bicycling is a great form of locomotion. Hardly any other region in Germany has such a varied and well-signposted cycle path network. Thus, you are able to choose between the ‘Küstentour’ and the ‘Moorerlebnistour’, to name but a few. Certainly, we are available to organize your trip, to lend you bikes or to prepare a picnic basket.
The East Frisian state museum exhibits the oldest museum collection of the region. Regular events as well as varying special exhibitions provide a varied program within the North Sea Wellness Vacation.
The fishermen’s village Greetsiel is a wonderful excursion destination with its historical gabled houses of the 17th century and the 600 years old harbor.
Everyone knows the Frisian dry beer from Jever. However, Jever has much more to offer with its museums and historic city. The castle Jever is also worth visiting with its museum that exhibits historic living areas from the 16th to 19th century.
Once, Abbey Ihlow was one of the most important abbeys in the Dutch and the Northwest German area. In the course of the reformation, Abbey Ihlow was destroyed and built up again. Besides tours over the premises of Abbey Ihlow, youth games in the forest and adventure tours for the whole family are offered.
Get enchanted of the distinctive atmosphere of this North Sea harbor.
By bike, the trip to this cute small town will be terrific