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Tijana wrote a review Dec 2019
Vienna, Austria30 contributions24 helpful votes
Most Northern part of Germany. Untouched pure beautifull place. Me and my husband had wedding photo shooting there. Photos are more than perfect!
Date of experience: September 2019
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Volcanohopper wrote a review Jul 2019
Leipzig, Germany38 contributions19 helpful votes
The Ellenbogen is situated at the northern end of the island of Sylt and entirely private property. It counts with some of the most original (dune) landscapes of Sylt and is likely one of the least overrun areas too. The beaches are beautiful, very clean and well accessible by either car or bicycle. Downside is, that some parts of the Ellenbogen have underwater remnants of old "Buhnen" (concrete structures to break waves) and moreover dangerous currents, which makes swimming at theses spots not recommendable. You also have to pay a € 6 entrance fee (if accessing by car).…
Date of experience: July 2019
TravelsAndVoyages wrote a review Dec 2018
107 contributions191 helpful votes
The most northern part of Germany. And a beautiful spot for long walks, great nature in the freshest air. Wonderful!
Date of experience: December 2018
ike2013 wrote a review Sep 2018
Karlsruhe, Germany12 contributions4 helpful votes
You can surround the North Pole of Germany. It is a special walk offering you the opportunity to think about the explorations you still want to make.
Date of experience: August 2018
cbw2009 wrote a review Jul 2018
London, United Kingdom98 contributions41 helpful votes
Loads of beaches to choose from along the way. Definitely bring water/food as there are no stands or restaurants once in the park. Otherwise just gorgeous!
Date of experience: July 2018