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The North Sea region of Germany encompasses the northwest coast of the country. It boasts a spectacular coastline along the mainland, as well as 12 offshore islands called the East Frisian islands. Throughout the coastal region you’ll find quaint villages, vibrant seaside resorts, harbour towns, top-rated beaches, and lighthouses. Enjoy great shopping and fantastic dining options, and be sure to try a traditional “milk bar” while you’re in the region. A holiday in the North Sea region of Germany is a must for families, couples, and beach lovers seeking a little known and underrated slice of paradise in Europe.A holiday home in the North Sea region of Germany
Enjoy a slice of paradise in the North Sea region of Germany with a holiday home perfectly fitted to your unique preferences. Relax with your significant other in a cosy holiday home on the shores of an East Frisian Island with a private balcony where you can enjoy spectacular views of the coastal scenery. Stay in a natural area surrounded by greenery and woodlands in a rental with a private garden and a peaceful atmosphere. Several rentals come equipped with a pool and a sun deck where you can enjoy leisurely swims and sunbathing sessions during the warm summer months. Families can opt for an oversized holiday home with plenty of bedrooms to accommodate a large group. Holiday homes in the North Sea region of Germany typically boast sophisticated design styles, luxurious decor, and modern amenities such as Wi-Fi, air-conditioning, and heating. With so many excellent holiday home options in the North Sea region, you’ll be sure to find one suited perfectly to your travel preferences.
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The area and getting around
Three of the most visited East Frisian Islands, Borkum, Norderney, and Juist have small airports which you can use to reach the islands. You can also reach the islands via a ferry boat. If you’ll be staying along the mainland coastline, the North Sea coast is most reachable via private car or bus.Getting around North Sea
Aeroplane, private car, and ferry are all popular ways of navigating the North Sea region of Germany, but which mode of transportation you’ll use mostly depends on which destination in the North Sea region you’ll be basing yourself in. If you’ll be staying on the islands, you can get around via walking, cycling, or taxi. But if you’ll be staying on the mainland coast, you can get around via walking and private car.
Travellers and activities
Couples can enjoy the quaint, romantic atmosphere of the North Sea region. Spend some time exploring the colourful and charming harbour town of Neuharlingersiel. The working harbour area boasts a picturesque harbour lined with colourful fishing boats. It’s a lovely place to explore and walk around. Grab a drink or a delicious meal at Strandbar Neuharlingersiel, which boasts a lovely menu of cocktails, beers, coffee, and fast food.North Sea for families
Enjoy a lovely family holiday in the quaint maritime town of Husum, near the border of Denmark. The atmospheric town boasts colourful row houses along a walkable harbour area. There is plenty to do and see here, including museums, historic attractions, excellent shopping, and wonderful dining options. Kids can run and jump and play around at Fun Center Husum Freizeitpark Indoor Playground area and there’s a nearby golf course as well!
The North Sea is Germany’s only outlet to the ocean, which made it a strategically important region for both World Wars.
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The 9-mile-long East Frisian island of Norderney boasts spectacular sandy beaches, wind-swept dunes, and a national park. You can explore the entire island by bicycle as you visit various hidden beaches, a lighthouse, and natural landscapes. Enjoy excellent shopping and dine at a variety of waterfront cafés and restaurants on the west end of the island.2. Relax on white sand beaches on Langeoog Island
Another East Frisian Island, Langeoog is a nature lover’s paradise. Enjoy a long stroll on the endless golden shores. Explore the island on horseback, and watch spectacular sunsets here. This island boasts a family-friendly atmosphere and is perfect for family holidays with children.3. Visit the quaint seaside village of Norddeich
Situated along the North Sea coast on mainland Germany is the popular seaside village of Norddeich. The village is most popular for its spectacular Strand Beach. Here you can enjoy long strolls on the endless sandy shoreline which is lined with waterfront eateries. There’s a water park with slides and rides for families to enjoy during the summer months. The Seehundstation Nationalpark is a maritime museum with an engaging collection of displays and children can watch adorable seals swim and play in the tanks.4. Experience the picture-perfect coastline on Sylt Island
Sylt is the northernmost of the East Frisian Islands. It boasts a spectacular 25-mile long stretch of white-sand beaches and upscale seaside resorts. It’s a nature lover’s paradise with its unspoiled landscapes, rugged cliffs, nature reserves, and windswept dunes. The island boasts a nice selection of attractions such as an aquarium, museums, the Rotes Cliff Lighthouse. You can enjoy a wide range of top-rated restaurants options here and waterfront dining.5. Bask in nature at the Wadden Sea
This spectacular nature reserve is a UNESCO World Heritage site and also happens to be the largest continuous system of intertidal sand and mud flats in the world. The unspoiled landscapes here are vast and scenic and encompass several national park and maritime conservation areas. It’s a popular place for sailing, long nature walks, fishing, and enjoying the scenic views.
FAQs: Holiday Homes & Rentals in North Sea
How much did it cost for a holiday rental in North Sea in 2020, the first year impacted by the corona crisis?
Based on our data, North Sea has an average price of €115.20 per night, which is a relatively high one under the regions in Germany.
When can you get the best deals on holiday homes in North Sea?
Those who want to save as much as possible should travel to North Sea in January, February, and March which are the months that offer the most discount, with average prices of €102.3, €104.04, and €104.41 per night, respectively, based on data collected in 2020.
When are holiday homes more expensive in North Sea?
When it comes to renting a holiday home in North Sea, the highest prices are usually seen in the month of July (with an average of €133.92 per night), followed by August (€126.72), and June (€120.53).
Is it necessary to plan a trip to North Sea well in advance?
In order to not have problems finding accommodation in North Sea it is necessary to think ahead, as 67% of rentals are usually booked, according to last year's data.
What are the best months for a spontaneous getaway?
The most available months, on average, are January (with an availability of 73%) February (61.4%), and December (57.33%), according to the trends observed in 2020.
Which months is it more difficult to find available rentals?
According to data from 2020, the months with the fewest housing options available in North Sea are, in order, August (with 4.4% of available rentals), July (4.5%), and September (9%).
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