DESCRIPTION The island Juist is located at Lower Saxony’s Wadden Sea in the North Sea. Framed by the islands Borkum and Norderney, Juist is with 17 kilometers the longest of the East Frisian Islands. 1710 inhabitants live on 16,4 m² in total. The inhabitants call their island "Töwerland", the Frisian word for wonderland. And the name says it all - Juist with its picturesque nature of dunes and sandy beaches and its unique vehicle free approach really is full of wonders. Juist is located in the middle of the natural world heritage Lower Saxon Wadden Sea National Park. The flora and fauna is unrivalled. Who knows that around one quarter of the German flora and one fifth of the German fauna can be found on the East Frisian Islands. With a share of 0,03 per cent of Germany’s total area, one could speak of a „hotspot“ of biodiversity. The Lower Saxon Wadden Sea National Park protects the natural habitat of flora and fauna. The Otto-Leege-path, an educational path for nature and art, aims to bring guests closer to nature. 70% of guests are regulars. Often, spending the vacations at Juist is part of the family tradition of the third or fourth generation. As the island is dependent on the tide, there is only one fairy to and from Juist per day. For this reason, day tourism barely plays a role.