Discover Sankt Peter Ording: The North Sea's Healing Spa and Sulphur Spring
Located by the sea on the northern coast of Germany, the spa resort of Sankt Peter Ording has a long tradition of promoting relaxation and wellness, making it one of the country's most popular holiday destinations. Blessed with clean sea air and a mild maritime temperature, the town is also Germany's only seaside resort to boast a sulphur spring, allowing visitors to enjoy a wealth of natural health treatments.
Natural relaxation at a North Sea spaWith extraordinary beaches stretching along 12km of coast, rolling dunes, and salt meadows playing home to a stunning variety of wildlife, Sankt Peter Ording has much to recommend to holidaymakers. The real draw, however, is the town's historic North Sea spa facilities. Offering treatments that take advantage of the town's unique sulphur springs as well as the health benefits associated with sea water and air, the wealth of options available will provide guests with a sense of overall wellbeing, inside and out. For those seeking something a little more high octane, the town offers a variety of active options, including the opportunity to try sail racing -a sport akin to windsurfing on wheels - where the long stretches of beach allow for some serious speed.
Promoting wellness at the Ambassador HotelWhile the town offers a variety of accommodation to suit a range of budgets, the Ambassador Hotel warrants special mention for true lovers of relaxation. All guests benefit from free access to the hotel's extensive spa facilities and wellness treatments including saunas, pools and fitness rooms as well as courses ranging from Nordic walking to yoga, while the sumptuous restaurant caters to all palettes, but specialises in mouth-watering fresh fish and seafood dishes. For those seeking a holiday destination with a rich tradition in promoting wellness of body and mind, this North Sea spa town will provide the perfect getaway.
Partner on the Baltic Seaside from west to east
Partner on the Northern Seaside from west to east