A day in Sankt Peter-Ording

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It’s August 18th which means summer is nearly over – well, here in the north of Germany summer didn’t even arrive – but none the less yesterday was quite a sunny day. One of the best things about living in the north is that I live close to the ocean. The northern sea is about 6km away from me. So today my mother and I thought why not go to the beach. It wasn’t really hot but it was warm enough to go out in a t-shirt and a pair of shorts. We packed our things and drove off to a place called Sankt Peter-Ording. “Sankt Peter” as we call it is famous for being the largest beach in Germany. People from all over the country come here to have some days at the beach. Located at the end of the beach is the famous Westerhever lighthouse, which is featured in many advertisements in Germany.

From where we live it’s half an hour drive. You can either park in the town, in the marsh or directly on the beach. During summertime you’ll have to pay a small fee to enter the beach. It’s allowed to bring your dog as long as he’s on a leash. When we went there, there were many dogs. From small pugs to big labradors or Rhodesian ridgebacks, it’s a paradise for all of them.

Buying food at the beach or in the area can be quite expensive, so you should bring your own food. Another thing that I have to mention is that there are only a few restrooms, and the ones available are often really crowded and you’ll have to wait.

For me as a local SPO isn’t that fascinating, but I love to go there every once in a while. It’s nice to spend the day with your toes in the sand.

 

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