The extensive forest landscapes on the East Frisian island of Spiekeroog have earned it the name of the “green island” in the North Sea. Spiekeroog is also home to the highest elevation in East Frisia, the “Wittdün” (white dune) at 24.1 metres. One very special attraction on this North Sea island is the “Museumpferdebahn” - Germany's only remaining horse-drawn tram. No tour of Spiekeroog island would be complete without a visit to the old island church and a hike up the dune to see the bronze “Utkieker” statue and enjoy the magnificent view.
Old Island Church
The Alte Inselkirche (Old Island Church) on Spiekeroog Island was built in 1696 and is the oldest preserved church on the East Frisian Islands.
The Capitänshaus Restaurant
Enjoy traditional meat and fish dishes in a stylish ambiance in the centre of one of the North Sea islands.
Spiekeroog Island is known for its idyllic flair: narrow alleyways, nostalgic taverns and cafés, as well as tiny, original shops that you can browse in peace.
Beaches and Dunes
14 km of sandy beaches, surrounded by expansive salt marshes and sweeping dunes, await visitors to the island.
The Inselmuseum (Island Museum) is housed in a former captain’s house that dates back to 1715. Here, you can learn all there is to know about the island’s history and natural habitat.
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