Holiday on Fehmarn – You are planning a holiday on the island? How about Fehmarn? Whether sunny or not, the island in the German Baltic Sea offers a lot of possibilities to arrange your holiday according to your ideas. Here you will find all the information you need and exactly five tips to make your holiday a wonderful memory.
Fehmarn: nature, city and beach
The island of Fehmarn is a sunny holiday paradise for all generations and family circumstances. The idyllic nature, picturesque towns and peaceful beaches invite you to relax and escape from the stressful everyday life. For the more adventurous there is plenty to discover. The island offers plenty of opportunities to learn and exercise. Whether it is the hike to the lighthouse or a beach swimming pool, which you can also use in bad weather. In addition, there is one of Europe’s largest seawater pools, the Gallilieo world of knowledge and a breathtaking butterfly park, more details can be found below!
Fehmarn map: location in Germany
Fehmarn is an island located in the north of Germany in the Baltic Sea. The Danish border is also not far away.
You can see Fehmarn from close up here.
3 Facts: Castle, Sun & Pirates
To help you plan your Fehmarn holiday, here are three interesting facts about the island.
- The administrative seat on the island is actually in a place called Burg. But there doesn’t seem to be a castle there.
- There were pirates on Fehmarn. Really true! These buccaneers were also up to mischief outside the Caribbean in the 14th and 15th centuries.
- Pure sunshine! Fehmarn is one of the sunniest places in Germany.
Fehmarn: Beach in 360° & Drone
Fehmarn offers beautiful beaches. Have a look at the beach at Westermarkelsdorfer Huk in Streetview.
To get a view of the picturesque landscape of Fehmarn, you can find a video with drone footage here. Be amazed by the idyllic beaches and charming
Checklist: 5 tips for Fehmarn
These are five must-see places!
Marine Centre Fehmarn
The Meereszentrum on Fehmarn is one of the largest seawater aquariums in Europe. The absolute highlight is a glass tunnel that leads directly through a basin and in which you can see the magnificent marine world almost up close. Also very popular are the shark worlds, which bring you closer to the snarling sea creatures. With plenty to marvel at, learn about and discover, the marine centre is fun for the whole family, but also on your own.
FehMare: Swimming pool at the Sudstrand
This indoor and adventure pool makes it possible to swim with a sea view, protected from the weather by its window front. No matter whether too much or too little sun. For sea fans there is the sea water pool in which artificial waves are generated. Plus a range of slides and play equipment for children. More relaxed visitors can enjoy the sauna and wellness facilities. Overnight stays with a terrace with sea view are also offered.
Already 30 kilometres from Fehmarn on the sea you can see the lighthouse Flügge. It is located in a beautiful landscape, which is ideal for walks. It is also possible to visit the lighthouse with a beautiful view of the sea. You can see the view here, but if you visit the lighthouse, it is of course even more beautiful. You want to experience the breathtaking nature of the Baltic Sea island up close? The best tips for camping on Fehmarn, whether with a tent, camper or in combination with a roof tent, can be found here!
Butterfly Park Fehmarn
In a large tropical hall there are different kinds of butterflies, exotic plants, fish and birds. It’s the perfect place to experience a bit of tropical climate and maybe take some nice Instagram photos with colorful butterflies.
Galileo world of knowledge
For families, but also curious individuals, there is the Galileo Knowledge World. This is a museum to touch and experience. You can’t just stand in front of the exhibits here, you can get into action with all the parts from the fields of technology, science and seafaring.
Route plan: Top 5 on the map
Here you will find a route to explore all of the 5 tips!
Other Baltic Sea island: Holiday on Rügen
In a short time you can reach Rügen by ferry and can even take your car across to be able to take as much as possible of the popular holiday island. Whether it’s a beach holiday or unique nature – Germany’s largest island has a lot to offer and guarantees an adventurous and unforgettable holiday for young and old. FIV Magazine has summarised here what the best accommodation options are and how you should plan your holiday to have the best time possible here!