All good things come in threes…
Wellness, whiskey, wandering 🙂 Ehm … I mean the North Sea in February is wide and wild and wonderful.
For sunbather perhaps it is nothing, but for bon vivants, for nature lovers, and also for families St. Peter Ording in winter offers an exceptionally beautiful holiday. You can be good to yourself and get a really clear head. You will by blown and refreshed. For me it is the best time of the year.
February is indeed the coldest, but also the driest month of the year. Connected with high winds and endless blue horizon, it is easy to get lost in the vastness and to relax. Uninhibited lounging and culinary feasting is the February break in SPO.
The best pictures are created now
A walk on the beach in February in St. Peter Ording offers drama and romance – The dance of the gray clouds, the light breaking through and not least the wind relentlessly pushes or stops you. Those wishing to take a North Sea holiday, have to adapt, not vice versa. If you do not know this spectacle, this winter will be the time to see it. And if you happen to be already a fan of winter on the North Sea, then share your wisdom with the new storm tourists perhaps at the bar of Noah’s ark.
Photo artist Michael Götze described a winter at the North Sea in these words: “The light has clarity and yet heat, the clouds a great drawing, and the island opens up to you lighter, than it does in the summer. Maybe because you enter with fewer expectations – and you get the rewards.” He actually said that about Sister Sylt, but it is probably true for any place at the sea.
Particularly beautiful pictures for the holiday album are guaranteed in February.
A bit of headwind is not harmful. And with the right clothes, there is no bad weather. Generally one can spend his holiday, his weekend, his time-out much with a more relaxed approach in winter. Everything is not that tragic, and if it is, then you simply turn around and go with the wind!
All the more comfortable it is inside when it is cold outside. The others think that too. Yes, SPO is not deserted. There are other people and you even you have something in common. They are also there, even in winter. And when you feel like it, it is much easier than in the summer to have a chat.
The month of lovers
On the 14th of February is Valentine’s Day, as you know. Long-time couples and freshly-in-love ones seem to be a little bit more in love with each other on this day than they already are. And that is precisely why St. Peter-Ording dedicates an entire week to Valentine’s Day.
The warmth of people beams everywhere and no one can escape this spell. Love is everywhere … Who sang that song again?!
For a whole week you can roam in St. Peter-Ording and do great things every day. Sit by the campfire and chat, dance the night away or even make a dance class in advance, so it works out in the evening at the party also with the impressing, huh?
In the classic way delicious and romantic menus await you in the restaurants and thematic events.
February in SPO really has a lot to offer!
More time for the family
Warmly wrapped up you can always go for a walk outside, collect shells and enjoy the freedom and expanse of the North Sea. But that’s not all.
On Wednesdays the childs playhouse holds a play get- together. Until 4pm you can escape from bad weather here and play together. At the same location, small bakery and craft courses are given. Thus, Monday to Friday, there is always something going on.
Or a pure nature experience at farm Groth. A short trip there to marvel on animals is worthwhile.
February in SPO
The sandy beach is still many kilometers long in February and a walk through the tideland is also always nice. The salt breeze will push you in the last open stilt house. In Noah’s Ark, you get a warming whiskey, or other good stuff to strengthen you. After that, you could visit the Dunes Spa. A perfect day in February. Wandering, Whiskey and Spa 😉