The Rosenfelder beach: The salty tang of the sea, the sound of the waves and the endless horizon….
The shortest way to the beach is to walk across our sunbathing area. For many guests, the benches and the vast lawns soon become their favourite spot. Early risers admire the sun rising over the sea and sun worshippers enjoy themselves during the day. Here, you will find our old, crooked willow. For many of our regulars, the tree has become a true friend, in the shadow of which you can read a good book, take a nap or contemplate life, while the children climb in the branches. From time to time, the kids can get themselves an ice cream, play mini golf or go for a jump on the bouncy pillow.
Wooden steps take you down the three metres from the sunbathing area to the beach. The children love to whizz down the broad beach slide, landing right in the sand. On the beach you can take a deep breath, lie in the sun, splash around, dig in the sand, build rock piles and – not to be forgotten – go swimming. Occasionally, it is recommended to wear bathing shoes when going in the water. The sea is shallow at the beach and there is no current. In the main holiday season, the beach is supervised by lifeguards from the German Life Saving Society (DLRG).
Enjoy nature at our beach! The beach changes its appearance from week to week: wider, narrower, more sand, more stones, sometimes you can even find shells and starfish. Wander along our long beach and discover its glorious diversity: rocks piled to protect the coast, banana boat rides, the beach slide and swimming area, young people enjoying themselves on the water trampoline, the quaint passageway at the cliffs to the dog beach next to the protected dunes, where sheep and shaggy Highland cattle graze. After 800 metres, you will reach the naturist beach.
The beach, dunes and meadows are also ideal for going for a jog or a walk.
We’ve been already been to lots of campsites, but never to one this close to the beach and with so much to offer. Simply wonderful!
Today’s weather at our campsite