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Altes Land region, copyright Fritz Mader
Travel by high-speed catamaran down the river Elbe and across the North Sea to the island of Heligoland. Visit Sylt, an island of sand, sun and tranquil mudflats, or St. Peter Ording, famous for its 12km long, 2km wide sandy beach. See the Altes Land region across the Elbe, one of the largest fruit-growing areas in Europe. Explore the medieval town of Lüneburg, set in the midst of the Lüneburg Heath, or Lübeck with its Holsten Gate and old quarter surrounded by water.
Sylt Island
The North Sea island of Sylt is more than just an island. 40 kilometres of fine sandy beach, crashing surf on the west coast, silent mudflats in the east. Unspoiled dunes and green dikes. Blooming heather and majestic cliffs. Daydreams and nightlife. Busy streets and secluded spots. Twelve little villages – no two the same and each with its own unique charm.
The Altes Land region
On the other side of the Elbe in Lower Saxony is the Altes Land region, one of Europe's largest fruit-growing areas. Freshly harvested fruit and thatched farmers' houses, vast expanses of diked landscape and the picturesque little villages of Buxtehude and Stade are just waiting to be discovered. Visitors can make the crossing by catamaran from Hamburg harbour.
Lüneburg Heath
Violet-coloured heathland, green forests and romantic rivers, medieval towns and cosy heathland villages, impressive megalithic graves and ancient abbeys - this is the region between Hamburg, Hannover and Bremen. Visitors come to Lüneburg Heath for its famous "heather in bloom“, cosy carriage rides and encounters with the cute Heathland sheep.
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