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Campsite Schleswig-Holstein Germany
A campsite in Schleswig-Holstein, the state at the top of Germany, is all about total relaxation. This peninsular Bundesland has both a North Sea and a Baltic coast, making a campsite in Schleswig-Holstein the ideal holiday base for watersports fans. Those keen on hiking and cycling, too, can indulge to the full in this area.
Campsites in Schleswig-Holstein: water fun for all!
The watersports options are endless around your campsite. Schleswig-Holstein has ideal wind conditions for sailing and surfing. Weather permitting, you can also get stuck into some beach volleyball, horseriding, golf, tennis or diving. Schleswig-Holstein caters well to whole families looking for beach holidays.
For children, a holiday in Schleswig-Holstein is one long party! There's no end of fun sights along the two coastlines, such as Meereszentrum Fehmarn, Germany’s largest marine aquarium on an island just below Denmark.
There’s more water fun to be had right at your campsite. Schleswig-Holstein campsites mostly have their own swimming pool — and an entertainment team for your children. An alternative to a conventional camping pitch when at a campsite in Schleswig-Holstein is that you can rent a well-presented bungalow or mobile home.
Day trips from your campsite
This northern tip of Germany has numerous beautiful places easily visited from your campsite. Hamburg, Kiel and Lübeck are renowned cities with excellent scope for recreation.
When camping in Schleswig-Holstein, you can do a lot worse than having a day out in the electrifying city of Hamburg. This city has so much to offer — historic sights, the huge port and the most celebrated street, the Reeperbahn — that to see it all would be impossible. A great tip for those with children is the Miniature Wonderland!
You really shouldn’t pass up the chance to visit this city while staying at your campsite. Kiel is not only a major port but also a well-known sailing city: the world’s largest sailing regatta is held here annually.
A trip to Lübeck, which in the old days was an important member of the Hanseatic League, is well worth the time from your campsite. Lübeck’s wonderful old town survives intact. Visit the Buddenbrookhaus (a museum about the great German novelist Thomas Mann) and go to the Schiffergesellschaft (the old seamen’s club, now a restaurant) to discover the secrets of the Hanseatic League and the making of the sailors’ beef hash, Labskaus. And don’t forget the historic City Hall (Rathaus) and the Holstentor (the old western gate).
The gateway to Scandinavia, this island has a half-hourly ferry departure to Denmark. Fehmarn is a perfect destination for the sporty camper and offers something for everyone. You can pursue all kinds of watersports here and visit Brug, the island’s jaunty capital.
So you can even fit in a day trip to Denmark while staying at your campsite. Schleswig-Holstein is a premium holiday destination with plenty of variety!