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Auch dieses Jahr waren wir auf der autofreien Insel. Für jeden ist etwas was dabei. Ruhe, Lesen, Schwimmen, Reiten, Sport. Lange Spaziergänge an kilometerlangen Sandstränden. Gutes Essen, Shopping. Selbst in der Hochsaison findet man Ecken mit Ruhe. Wir sind danach ganz entspannt.
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Visiting small island Langeoog was really amazing.Island is more suitable for family with kids but everyone can find something.Everything is well organized,as well as sport or other activities through out the day.Simply great quiet relax!!
Not as well known to non European travelers, this is an island NW Germany, not far from Hamburg. Closest international airport is Bremen. The tram stop to the main railway station is a few steps from the airport exit. From there you can find your...More
I'd definitely recommend this this island for a two or three day break. The main centre has adequate restaurants and interesting shops in very nice setting. There are many undulating walkways that will take you to various points where you can enjoy the views. Wild...More
Langeoog is a beautiful island located in the North Sea. To get there, you must travel by boat. They have an indoor swimming pool with a wave machine that turns on every 20 minutes or so and the water is salt water. It is a...More
Arrived her via ferry onto this island in the North (Nord) Sea. A train quickly takes you to the town that has lovely shops and restaurants. A quick walk thru the town and you are up and over the sand dunes to the beach at...More
Langeoog in May is relaxed and uncrowded. Everywhere you look you will see young families pushing strollers or dragging child-trailers behind their bikes. The hotels, restaurants and attractions on this island all seam to easily handle the needs of people carting small children around. The...More
On a wintersday you can have a brilliant slow break in the Isle of Langeoog. It is one of the so called Frisian Waddeneilanden in Das Wattenmeer a region from Friesland in The Netherlands up to North Friesland in Denmark. Halfway the Islands are part...More
As I went biking through the dunes of Langeoog with my group, at some point we were waiting for two others to catch up, and then we realised how quiet and serene this island is. No cars, lots of birds everywhere and quiet! We stayed...More
I went with no idea what to expect. It was a much needed holiday and a great place to switch off. It really is a great place to do some gentle walking, nature exploring, beach bathing. We had great weather. Took pizza and wine to...More