Spiekeroog is one of the islands in the German wadden sea, which is part of the North Sea. The island is a famous holiday island. No cars are allowed on the island. Here you can enjoy wind, sun, sand, long strands, the sea, in winter storms, ...
Wittbülten is the museum of the National Parl Wadden Sea. Most prominent feature of the exhibition is a sperm whale skeleton hanging from the ceiling. The exhibition is well worth visiting - both for adults and children.
The East Frisian island of Spieperoog is a paradise of long sandy beaches, sand dunes, small forests, and pollution free North Sea air. The island is located in the Wattenmeer National Park where small hiking paths cover and connect virtually the entire island. Gasoline powered cars are forbidden – bike riding and walking are the most popular means of transport on the island. The island’s only city shares the Spieleroog name. The “Künstlerhaus” (artist house) offers a wide range of artistic courses and productions. The island is an attractive destination for those who want to enjoy wind and waves in a peaceful untouched environment.