The ATLANTIC Hotel Wilhelmshaven is located directly at the Great Harbour and in the immediate vicinity of the UNESCO World Heritage Wadden Sea. In just a few steps you can reach the dike including the Jade Bay.
Since 1986, the Wadden Sea off the Lower Saxony North Sea coast has been protected as a national park. With a size of about 345,000 hectares, the Lower Saxony Wadden Sea is the second largest German national park.
This unique habitat can be experienced in many ways. The intact nature, the recreation in healthy air and the beautiful landscape invite to numerous activities: Hiking, Wadden Sea walk, cycling, horseback riding or water sports in the national park are particularly popular with guests as well as locals.
Especially a Wadden Sea walk is a "must" for everyone who wants to get to know and experience this unique habitat intensively.
More information about the Wadden Sea National Park can be found here:
Wadden Sea | (waddensea-worldheritage.org)
Photo: © Helmut Vogler - AdobeStock
Welcome to the Wadden Sea!
The Wadden Sea is known for its abundance of birds, as it provides enough food, nesting sites and is a great stopover for migratory birds. Here you can find the Flying Five. They include Herring Gull, Shelduck, Oystercatcher, Brent Goose and the Dunlin.
Photo Oystercatcher: © LKN.SH - Nationalparkverwaltung