The KNAUS Campingpark Eckwarderhörne, also called "Cape Horn", lies between two dikes embedded directly at the "Niedersächsisches Wattenmeer" and does not allow guests to be bored.
The North Sea with its tidy game provides the perfect backdrop for a wonderful holiday at the Lower Saxony mud flat National Park, which was recognized by the World Heritage Commission in 2010 as a World Heritage Site. It is one of the last original natural landscapes in Europe.
The adventure trails offer the walkers peace and relaxation. Very friendly with children, the front beach section with its playgrounds and animation programs invite you to spend a great family vacation. The beach of Eckwarderhörne is an insider hint for bathers and surfers.
Wading tours with local and expert wattlers can be booked daily as well as day trips by ship to the seal banks, lighthouses, Wilhelmshaven or from there to Helgoland. In addition, there is the possibility of transferring the passenger bicycle ferry directly from Eckwarderhörne to Helgolandkai / Wilhelmshaven.
Nearby is also the seaside town Bremerhaven at the entrance to the North Sea. This offers you attractions and maritime experiences of all kinds. A trip with the Double decker harbour bus over Europe's largest hub of container and car transhipment, a guided tour of the world-famous Lloyd shipyard, a beach in the heart of the city, the German emigration house and other extraordinary highlights await you.
A further highlight for nature lovers is the Langwarder Groden between Fedderwardersiel and Langwarden. Here is one of the best places for bird watching in Butjadingen.
Since 2015 a 4 km long circular path and a 2 km long nature discovery trail offer a special experience. The nature`s spectacular adventure can be watched by several observation points, footbridges and a bridge leading to the foredeck. On numerous info panels you will learn more about nature and landscape.
The Wadden Sea on the North Sea is the most important Wadden Sea worldwide and with 8000 Square kilometre water surface the largest ecosystem of its kind. It extends over a length of approximately 450 kilometres from the Dutch city Den Helder in the west over the German coastal area to the northern Esbjerg in Denmark. The Wadden Sea reaches from the main land and expands some 40 kilometres into the open sea! When water is shallow an area of about 3500 square kilometres is dry in the German region for catching fish in the North Sea.
The seaside town Bremerhaven at the entrance of the North seas offers you attractions and maritime experiences of different kinds. The sea in the north and the charming surroundings surround the largest city on the German North coast. A trip with the double decker harbour bus across Europe`s largest hub of container and car transhipment, a guided tour of the world famous Lloyd shipyard, a beach in the heart of the city, the German Emigration Centre and other extraordinary highlights await you.
"Green is the land, red is the Kuant, white is the beach, this are the colors of Helgoland" The island is a unique natural monument shaped by wind and water. With a size of only one square kilometre the island is not very large but 61.3 meters high. The red rock in the sea is the highest peak in the circle Pinneberg to which the island with its 1400 inhabitants belongs.
Barbecue is allowed
Mobile home Merkur
To be paid on spot (cash): Deposit: 100,00 EUR, Tourist tax • Included: Energy costs • To paid on reservation: Final cleaning: 50,00 EUR (will be charged once by booking) • To be requested upon reservation and paid on spot: Bedlinen (on request, bookable until 14 days before arrival): 10,00 EUR (initial equipment and per change) • Pet: Not allowed.
Arrival and departure: until 20.05. and from 05.09.: daily, min. 3 nights • 21.05. - 04.09.: daily, min. 4 nights.