Whether active by bike, on a cultural tour along the numerous galleries, churches and museums, on a gourmet tour through the cafes and restaurants – discover Eiderstedt and dive into your vacation world.
Like a nose, the Eiderstedt peninsula juts into the North Sea south of the North Frisian district town of Husum. It was created by embankments, which began as early as the year 1000. The three islands Everschop (near Garding), Eiderstedt (near Tönning) and Utholm (near Tating) formed today’s headland. Well known are especially the towns of St. Peter-Ording, Friedrichstadt, Tönning and Garding as well as the lighthouse Westerhever, the landmark of the peninsula.