"Ferryman get it". For more than 500 years (first mention in 1471), there is a ferry at the Missunder Enge. One suspects, however, that many people were transferred by boat from one side to the other much earlier. Already in 1115, Missunde is called "Versundt" in historical sources. During the Schleswig-Holstein survey and the German-Danish war, the narrowest part of the Schlei was a strategically important place and often fought over. A documentation of these events can be found in the Village Museum Brodersby, Missunder Fährstraße 4.
Perhaps interesting is this report: de.wikisource.org/wiki/Von_Schleswig_nach_Missunde
Today, in peaceful times, we can use the ferry as a shortcut to get to the Schwansener side. On the ferry fit max. 8 cars, with trailer even less. After the start, the Missunde II jerks and twitches once on its steel hawsers (it is a cable ferry) and chugs comfortably to the other shore. There are nostalgic feelings. On the way back the same procedere. With a fare of just € 0.60 / adult on foot a cheap pleasure.
On the Angelner side there is a cozy snack for fish sandwiches and simple small dishes. My fish sandwich was delicious, rolls fresh from the oven, warm and crispy, fish fresh and tender (sherry-sild). Totally nice, friendly elderly landlords and a nice environment with tables and benches inside and outside, as well as a beautifully landscaped outdoor area (with flowers and children's playground) What more could you ask for. Open: Tuesday-Sunday approx. 12.00-approx.19.30, closed on Mondays.
If that's not enough, head to the ferry house at Missunde. Since 1805 there is an inn at this place. Seasonally different opening times. On offer also accommodation and rooms for celebrations. On the homepage you will find the menu as pdf-download. Reads himself promising. I think the prices are not too high for an economy with such an exposed location.
If you want to know more: faehrhaus-missunde.de
September 29, 2018
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