The Wadden sea turns seven – join the celebration!
Are you already thinking about your next break, but haven’t decided where to go? Do you miss the fresh and salty breeze of the sea, the sun and the beach? Then you should definitely visit Juist on the 26 of June 2017 and celebrate the seventh anniversary of the Wadden sea being added to the UNESCO list of world heritage sites!
A must for every bucket list!
A hike through the tidal flats is a unique experience and definitely something you should have seen at least once! I still remember my last hike through the tidal flats even though I was still a child back then. The Wadden sea is something special – but not only for kids: the ongoing change of high and low tide as well as the perfect symbiosis of Flora and Fauna combined with a lot of fascinating information provided by the tour guide makes your experience memorable. Take a deep breath, enjoy the view over the seemingly endless Wadden sea and feel the soft seabed underneath your feet…
A sleep-over at the Wadden sea
On the occasion of the seventh birthday, Juist celebrates with its guest in a particular way: after a joint evening walk, you build your camp beds on top of the dykes, enjoy the tranquility in the midst of this beautiful scenery and fall asleep under the stars. The next morning starts with a tasty and strengthening breakfast of the organic hotel AnNatur. During the following two and a half hour hiking tour through the tidal flats you can discover the world heritage site at its best!
Relaxing on Juist
With the birthday celebration of the Wadden sea and the hike through the tidal flats you’ve already experienced two highlights. Juist is offering even more though, especially when it comes to relaxation. The Strandhotel Kurhaus Juist for example has an own sea water well in its Spa – there are only six of those worldwide! Furthermore the hotel enchants with an impressive architecture as the grandly style of the 19th century was kept during several restorations. Hence you immediately feel carried back into times long past. And if you’re at the beach, take a look at the Strandhotel Kurhaus Juist and you will understand why it’s also called the „white castle at the beach“…
By the way: did you know that Juist wants to become climate-neutral until 2030? Therefor the island is already engaging in avoidance of plastic and is car-free, further activities are planned. With the support of hotels and guests we’re sure that Juist will achieve its ambitious goal.