Wellness and Spa Hotels East-Frisian Islands

Wellness and Spa Hotels East-Frisian Islands
Pure relaxation at the North Sea and on the East Frisian Islands

Wellness at Germanys East-Frisian Island - Wellness holidays on the North Sea Islands

Wellness on the East Frisian Islands includes an invigorating mudflat hike in the middle of the World Heritage Site, enjoying the healing essences of the sea and the view of an endless horizon.

On, for example, Norderney, Juist, Borkum or Langeoog you can ideally combine relaxation with sport and enjoy wellness in the midst of a unique natural landscape. Those who long for a retreat from everyday life and want to do something good for body, mind and soul will not regret a trip to the East Frisian Islands.

Coastal landscape of Langeoog in East Frisia

Holiday on the East Frisian Islands

The North Sea islands, known as the East Frisian Islands, are lined up like a string of pearls off the North Sea coast of Lower Saxony. Each of the seven islands has its own character. What they have in common is the infinite vastness of the view over the North Sea, a fresh sea breeze and wonderfully long beaches.

Belong to Germanys Eastfrisian Islands:

  • Norderney 
  • Juist 
  • Borkum 
  • Baltrum 
  • Langeoog 
  • Spiekeroog 
  • Wangeroooge 
  • and six small, uninhabited islands
Beach - Strandhotel Georgshöhe - Norderney - North Sea

Excursions, activities and wellness programme right by the sea 

Those who do wellness on the East Frisian Islands are mostly looking for peace and nature experiences. And that's exactly what you get on the islands. Extensive walks, excursions by bike or horse-drawn carriage are among the most popular leisure activities on the islands. But of course sports and relaxation on the beach are also very popular. Whether beach volleyball or water sports such as windsurfing, surfing, SUP or kayak excursions: many sports are possible on the East Frisian Islands and ambitious sportsmen and women as well as beginners get their money's worth.

The spa in a wellness hotel on Germanys East Frisian Islands provides the right relaxation after the experiences in nature. There, wellness holidaymakers will find the right thing for every taste. These include a sauna with sea view, a pool filled with seawater or first-class wellness treatments. You can enjoy a classic massage or book spa treatments with ingredients from the sea.

Outside view in the evening - Strandhotel Georgshöhe Spa & Resort – Norderney – North Sea

Wellness East Frisian Islands: Recreational holiday on Norderney

Norderney is not only the first German North Sea resort, but also spoils its guests with the largest thalassotherapy centre in the Federal Republic of Germany. The North Sea island has recognised the healing powers of the sea and offers recreational holidaymakers and spa guests a wide range of wellness facilities, from seawater baths and thalassotherapy treatments to modern sauna facilities. The salt water and the aerosol-rich air serve for regeneration and have a healing effect on the skin, respiratory tract and last but not least on the soul.

Sports and nature lovers will not be disappointed on the island - which is also known as the Queen of the North Sea. Norderney has the only golf course on the East Frisian Islands, which is situated in the middle of a picturesque dune landscape. Those who like to play golf will not only enjoy the sporting challenge here, but also the impressive view directly over the North Sea. The interplay of high and low tide can be wonderfully experienced during guided walks on the mudflats or an extensive walk along the beach.

Wellness and spa break on Norderney Island

If you want to be treated in a really courteous way, the Spa & Resorthotel Georgshöhe is the right place for you. Located directly on the beach and close to the city centre, the hotel offers its guests a wide range of wellness, fitness and culinary delights. The centrally located hotel serves as an ideal base for exploratory tours along the coast or across the island. A relaxing holiday on Norderney can also be used for boat trips to the neighbouring islands of Juist, Borkum and Langeoog.