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Campsite North Sea Germany
Campsites on the German North Sea coast (Nordsee) are located in a delightful area in which to get away from it all. With the wind in your hair you can wander through the green dunes and along the wide sandy beaches. This coastal region along the North Sea is a region with a lot to offer, from relaxing cycle rides to wild water sports and cultural excursions, the North Sea has it all!
Campsites on the North Sea: a varied holiday
This region is perfect for a varied holiday on one of many great campsites. The North Sea, located in the state of Lower Saxony, is perfect for lovers of sun, sea and sand.
The German Wadden Sea is hugely popular amongst kite-fliers and windsurfers and thanks to the long shallow wave-breakers, is very accessible to beginners. The North Sea coast is home to a number of surfing schools.
If you are more interested in relaxing, then you can lie on the beach in the sun and take a dip in the sea while your children build sand castles. In the evenings you can enjoy fresh fish and real German beer in one of the many restaurants. Life on the North Sea coast is good!
Campsites in the region are well equipped, with the majority having a swimming pool and water slide, sports pitches or play areas. You are promised a fantastic holiday in your tent, camper van or caravan.
Excursions from your campsite: Sylt, Bremen and Hamburg
There is absolutely no reason to get bored! The North Sea region has a wide and varied range of sights, including these highly-recommended places:
- East and North Frisian Islands
A trip to one of the German Frisian Islands is a holiday in itself. Sylt, the largest of the German Frisian Islands, is home to the oldest lighthouse and highest dune in Germany. The other islands all have plenty to offer.
- City of Hamburg
If you fancy a few hours away from your campsite, then Hamburg, with its innumerable sights, has something for everyone. From recreation parks for children to classical-music concerts, Hamburg is an international city that simply cannot be missed during a holiday in Lower Saxony.
- Enjoy Bremen
Bremen’s most famous residents are perhaps the Town Musicians of Bremen from the well-known fairy tale. There is a sculpture on display in honour of this fairy tale next to the beautiful town hall (a UNESCO heritage site). Bremen is also brimming with history, culture and great restaurants.
During your camping holiday on the North Sea coast you will find a variety of other sights close to your campsite. Husum, Bremershaven and Dorum are all great locations just around the corner from your campsite. The North Sea is a region that you will never tire of easily.