Minimum age of primary renter:18
For hunde og mennesker
Sylva er den perfekte værtinde, og gør alt for at man skal føle sig velkommen.
Huset er rent og pænt, og virkelig hundevenligt.
Kvarteret er dog meget nedslidt og ikke særligt charmerende.
Tønning som by skuffede os lidt, der skete virkelig ingenting.
Tönning is centrally located on the Eiderstedter peninsula, directly on the river Eider with a historic harbor, market place, fishing cooperative, sea water swimming pool and the famous Multimar Wattforum (Nordsee Underwater Museum). It is only 20 km in various directions to Sankt Peter Ording (long sandy beaches), Husum or Büsum and inland Friedrichstadt or 10 km to Eider Sperrwerk and Katinger Watt ... Sylt and Denmark as well as other side Baltic Sea are also within reach (60 km) Eider-Sperrwerk, Katinger Watt (UNESCO World Heritage), Multimar-Wattforum and the Eider are virtually right outside the door ... Tönning has a train station so it is worth a trip without a car. There are hourly trains to Sankt Peter Ording or Husum. The house is within walking distance of the train station and all shops. You can easily get to Hamburg by train or to Westerland on Sylt. What can you do here in the area? A whole lot Hiking, mudflat with dog, swimming, cycling, nature watching Katinger Watt, Multimar Wattforum, lying on the sandy beach, eating fish and crab, kitesurfing, surfing, boating, excursions Helgoland by boat from Büsum, or to Sylt, to Flensburg (Baltic Sea ) 60 km and so on ... especially switch off and recover in fresh clean North Sea air ... Here are some highlights from the area: The Wadden Sea of the North Sea is located in the area of action of the tides, about 9000 km ², 450 km long and up to 40 kilometers wide landscape. The bottom of the North Sea exposed at low tide is called watts. It is the largest Wadden Sea in the world. The Eidersperrwerk is located at the mouth of the Eider in the North Sea near Tönning. The main purpose of this largest German coastal defense structure is the protection against storm surges of the North SeaThe Katinger Watt is an approximately 1500 hectares large area, which is part of the EU Bird Sanctuary and Unesco World Natural Heritage. Characteristic of Sankt Peter-Ording (20 km away) are the beach (about twelve kilometers long and up to two kilometers wide), the dunes, the salt marshes and atypical for this area, subsequently planted forest.