The North Sea impresses with its boundless vastness and its rough character. You will see what I mean when you walk along the long, seemingly endless sandy beach of St. Peter-Ording and inhale the clear sea air. Despite the wind and the waves and despite of the spray and the screeching seagulls, the North Sea radiates a sense of calm that is indescribable.
And that is how the famous Wadden Sea in St. Peter-Ording is. The Wadden Sea seems superficially perhaps bleak, flat and shapeless. But this is it not at all. Because when the sea pulls back and the seabed reveals, then you can discover the true treasures of nature.
During a walk across the mudflats, you will get a comforting foot massage while you are walking barefoot on the sand flats. In doing so, you can search for amber, find seashells and watch sideward moving crabs. The typical and characteristic small piles in the Wadden Sea of St. Peter-Ording are from the sandworms, by the way. The Wadden Sea guide will tell you everything important and exciting about the Wadden Sea and will show you how nice the Wadden Sea may be with its vastness.
If you would prefer to look at the Wadden Sea without getting your feet wet, then simply visit one of the five stilt house restaurants. 8 metres above the sandy soil you can gaze the extensive Wadden Sea and watch as the sea slowly retakes its space. Especially for this purpose is the restaurant Strandbar 54° Nord most suitable. On a huge terrace with deck chairs, beach chairs and benches, you can optimally watch the twice a day recurring natural spectacle. With a cup of aromatic coffee and a delicious slice of cake, you can get lost here in the vastness of the North Sea.
To get back to the hotel, just walk through the salt marshes and dunes and you will arrive at our Bude54 where you can end the day in a relaxed and cosy atmosphere.