Langeoog is one of the chain of East Frisian islands off the Lower Saxon North Sea coast. This car-free island with a typical North Sea climate promises an exciting holiday experience for all ages, together with perfect relaxation as a certified thalassotherapy North Sea spa destination. The colourful Langeoog island train transports visitors from the ferry to the small town with its inviting pavement cafés. The journey takes them past dykes, grazing highland cattle, blooming sea buckthorn and dog rose bushes. Many cycling and hiking paths lead visitors through some 20 square metres of wild island nature, including a 14-kilometre sandy beach, salt marshes and dune landscapes. Cyclists can also ride to the island's east end to watch seals and birds from the vantage point of a nature lodge. For an amazing view of the whole of Langeoog island, visitors can climb the water tower or the Melkörndüne sand dune.
Langeoog Island Train
Once you arrive on Langeoog, the traditional Langeoog island train awaits. It takes just seven minutes to transport passengers from the ferry port to the island’s train station.
Dykes and Dunes
Langeoog’s dykes and dunes are the perfect places for bike trails, walking routes and hiking in Germany.
Langeoog Water Tower
The water tower is the island’s biggest landmark. It is open between April and October and offers regular tours. The exhibition entitled “100 years of the water tower – 100 years of water supply” is…
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