Surroundings

On Schiermonnikoog, you find yourself in one large National Park. The island is full of surprises, there is always something to do. Climb the bunker 'De Wasserman', go for a walk on Europe's widest beach or visit the Bunker museum Schlei and find out everything about the Wadden island's past.

Visitor's Centre

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In the Visitor's Centre, you will find information about the various landscapes and the types of plants and animals that live there.
WebsiteAprrox. 0,5 kilometres of the park

Islander 'Balg expres'

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This is a great way to see the side of the island that is otherwise forbidden for visitors. The whole trip takes about two hours, including 30 minutes to walk around when you're there.
WebsiteApprox. 0,5 kilometres of the park

Bunker Museum Schlei

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Nowadays this colossal bunker complex is filled with a great variation of historical artefacts from World War II.
WebsiteApprox. 2,5 kilometres of the park

Duck Decoy 'De Kooiplaats'

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The duck decoy consisting of a lake, the cage-pond and one or more tunnels. The area is surrounded by a wood or swamp forest where ducks can rest on the water and take refuge from the wind.
WebsiteApprox. 4 kilometres of the park

Shell Museum 'Paal 14'

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The Shell Museum Paal 14 has a collection of over 1500 species of shells. Not only collected from the island of Schiermonnikoog and surroundings but from all over the world.
WebsiteApprox. 1 kilometres of the park

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