The tidal flats off the coast of Cuxhaven are all about the tides. Here you meet the running water and see how it flows into the torrents. Along the way, there are some rest facilities such as the Schirmbar and the Duhner Strand, where you can fortify yourself with typical North Sea cuisine. A special highlight is the Kugelbake.
The wooden landmark in Cuxhaven is depicted in the coat of arms of the city and has been the city symbol since 1913. The term Bake dates back to the Middle Ages, where all navigational signs were named. It forms the seaward boundary of the Elbe, so the end of the Elbe, which makes it particularly scenic landscaping.This adventure should only be done with professional watt guides at your side, as only you know the routes, weather conditions and timing. Book your individual tour through this extraordinary North Sea region under the button "Request offer".
During the tides, the seabed is dry and the fascination of watt can be experienced. The exploration of the seabed is one of the most impressive tours.
The mudflats are criss-crossed by tidal flats, whose sandy bottom and muddy bottom is not flooded at low tide and therefore gives access to extraordinary places that are otherwise only accessible by ferry. The trend sport Nordic Walking is an experience on the Wadden Sea on the Wurster North Sea coast. When Nordic Walking, you not only enjoy the fresh breeze but also the wide view over the Watt to the island of Neuwerk. You go for one and a half hours with beachies (beach socks) on your feet and sticks in your hands in the distance. You feel the nature under your feet and do something active for your well-being. Nordic Walking relieves muscle tension in the shoulder and neck area, ensures optimal oxygenation in the body, promotes cardiovascular performance and relieves all joints.
Along the way, you will also see extraordinary plants and animals. Special tip: The sport can also be operated barrier-free here, since the spa administration offers "wheelchairs".But beware, due to the tides and the peculiarities of the landscape this tour is basically to entrust an experienced watt leader, because only he has the knowledge of which way is accessible at what time. The route planned here is a possible example of the walk that deviates from time to "tide".
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Whether it's barefoot in the summer or with rubber boots and warm clothes in winter. The National Park wattle guide with ecological-scientific focus is a year-round experience of a special kind. A trained guide explains by examples the unique feature of the habitat Watt and its exciting ecological connections. With every ebb and flow, the seabed changes and events such as storm surges or ice drift characterize the national park. In summary: Excitement and a lot of interesting information is guaranteed on this tour.But beware: Due to the tides and the peculiarities of the landscape, this tour is basically to entrust an experienced watt leader, because only he has the knowledge of which path is accessible at what time. The route planned here is a possible example of the walk that deviates from time to "tide". It's best to book your individual tour by clicking on "Request a quote" below.
The uniqueness of the UNESCO World Heritage Wadden Sea is particularly visible on this tour. Watt walks in Butjadingen have something romantic. While the sun is low over the Wadden Sea, all the colors of the sky are refracted and reflected on the expansive mud. The fascinating play of colors in the sky and the reflections in the Wadden Sea envelop the landscape in a special atmosphere, while you can enjoy the tranquility of the Wadden Sea. The tour is family friendly. The youngest have a special fun with the shell-searching and the excavation of the Wattwurmer.The course of the route shown here is one of the possible ways. The path depends on the tides. The best route has the professional Watt guide, because he knows which of the paths is accessible and when. In addition, the numerous information on ebb and flow, fauna and flora make the phenomenon of watts not only experienceable but also understandable. Book your individual tour here under the button "Request offer".
On the tour in Winterwatt, you will see the extraordinary landscape and how the animals in the Watt handle the temperatures. The Watt as a natural phenomenon is with its unique biology, but also the silence, the vastness, the light, the colors a year-round experience. Its uniqueness is impressive in all weather conditions in frost, storm, snow, rain or sun. The Unesco World Natural Heritage "Wadden Sea National Park" is perceptible in all its facets on this tour and can be detected with all senses.
But you should not plan the journey into the secrets of nature, the flora and fauna alone, as the paths can be treacherous due to the ebb and flow. Only a professional mudflat knows the way in all seasons and tides, so book here under the button Request offer your tour.
To warm up there is mulled wine and children's punch.
Minsener Oog is an uninhabited East Frisian island which was fortified and raised by the installation of groynes. In 1906, it was built to prevent siltation of the fairway of the Jade River. As a result, the fairway to Wilhelmshaven should be kept free of drifting sand. Today, it is a popular hiking destination, which can inspire not only scenic but also culinary. Here you are invited to explore the natural nature of the mudflats and to hunt for crabs and of course to taste.This route is an example of the sidewalk. The path changes depending on the season and tide, so it is advisable to have a professional watt leader on board, because only he knows best when and which route is accessible. Under the button "request offer" you can book your own tour.
About every 12.5 hours, as in a biblical story, the water disappears between the mainland and the island. Just then, the state-certified mudguard and his group set out to explore the endless expanse of the Wadden Sea. Meeting point is the harbor car park of Neßmersiel, in front of the dike right next to the harbor building. On about 2.5 hours, always the island firmly in view, you walk on the salt meadow path at Spülsiel in Seßmersiel. On the way, you cross several tidal channels, while questions from the Watt Guide are answered. The ship then goes back to Neßmersiel. Seals are not uncommon on this tour.But beware: Due to the tides and the peculiarities of the landscape, this tour is basically to entrust an experienced watt leader, because only he has the knowledge of which path is accessible at what time. The route planned here is a possible example of the walk that deviates from time to "tide". It's best to book your individual tour by clicking on "Request a quote" below.
The lighthouse Arngast was built in 1910 and is therefore an experience in itself. Its size, shape and color are not only a sign of the ships, but also an impressive sight for visitors. On the way to him, you will not only pass by small boat harbors and relaxing beaches, but also experience the phenomenon of the Wad. The Watt itself is not only a scenic phenomenon but also reveals a home for a unique wildlife. Nowhere is the North Sea so noticeable as here.Because the tides affect the route, this hike is only provisional. Professional mudflats know best which way to which year and weather level is passable, so book your individual tour with the button "request offer".