Schleswig-Holstein, Germany

Schleswig-Holstein, Germany

Things to do - general

With coasts on both the Baltic and the North Sea, Schleswig-Holstein is home to Germany’s most elite summer retreats. A peninsula characterized by long sandy beaches, candy-striped lighthouses and fjords carved out by glaciers, but with little urban development, the peace and serenity here makes it an ideal destination for nature lovers and wellness enthusiasts.

Bordering Denmark to the north, there’s more than a little Scandinavian influence here, evident in the dialects and culinary traditions, with excellent seafood to be found.

Away from the coast the landscape is mostly miles of flat, green farmland, dotted with marshes and lakes, ideal for gentle bike rides; cycling alongside the busy Kiel Canal is always popular activity and the historic town of Lübeck with its magnificently preserved Hanseatic League headquarters, is a top cultural attraction.

Country Germany
Languages spokenGerman
Currency usedEuro
Area (km2)15,763.18
Beach Motel Heiligenhafen

Beach Motel Heiligenhafen

Schleswig-Holstein, Germany
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Beach Motel Heiligenhafen is a fashionable and family friendly beach resort in Northern Germany.    

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Activities for kids

At the hotel

There are plenty of pool toys for little ones to splash about with, as well as beach gear that can be borrowed. Adjacent to the pool terrace is a shaded play area with a slide and playhouse, and various tricycles, scooters and toys are readily available for children to use.

Ostrich Farm

A short walk down the road is the Artestruz ostrich farm where one can tour the premises, learn all about the giant birds, feed the babies and even ride on one of the adults. Ostrich meat, eggs and other souvenirs can also be purchased.