Wangerooge holiday island is the most easterly of the East Frisian islands. Expansive unspoiled landscapes and a wide selection of spa facilities, including thalasso treatments, guarantee a relaxed and restful stay on this German island.
As well as the Zedeliusstraße shopping street, the North Sea island of Wangerooge is famous above all for its three lighthouses - unmissable sights during any stay on Wangerooge. The lighthouses originate from different eras: the highly technical “Neue Leuchturm”(new lighthouse) guides great tankers into the fairway with its direction light. The “Alte Leuchtturm” (old lighthouse) has a viewing platform and museum documenting the history of Wangerooge island. The “west tower” has now been converted into a youth hostel.
Wangerooge’s long white sandy beach is an ideal place to sunbathe and relax by the North Sea. Its fine sand exercises a magical attraction for all ages - children can dig to their heart's content while sun worshippers spend leisurely hours in a beach chair and sports enthusiasts play beach volleyball or ride the waves on a surfboard.
As well as the beach, where visitors can swim or build sandcastles, Wangerooge island has many more scenic attractions, including the greenery of the rose garden, the island village and the viewpoints on the dunes, ideal places to relax and unwind. A restorative hike over Wangerooge’s tidal flats is also an opportunity to spend time in nature and take in some amazing views of the island.