The Wadden Sea National Park
When you visit Rømø-Tønder, you land in the middle of the Wadden Sea National Park. Where there is truly unique nature, which is recorded on UNESCO’s world heritage site
The Wadden Sea National Park is from Ho Bay and Blåvandshuk as the northernmost, where it then stretches all the way down to us in Rømø-Tønder.
The Wadden Sea islands Rømø, Mandø and Fanø are also part of the Wadden Sea National Park, on the islands you can really see how the tide in the National Park has set and put its mark. There are huge dikes that protect against storm floods, where you can stand and enjoy an almost infinite view of marsh and Wadden Sea. If you are lucky when standing on the dike, you may see a sandpit in the Wadden Sea with seals flooding. The nature of the islands must be experienced, the easiest to go to Rømø, as there is a dam all the way to the island. At Rømø is Northern Europe’s longest (and finest) sandy beach, which is an impressive sight.
Wildlife in the Wadden Sea National Park
The Wadden Sea is a huge breeding and breeding ground for birds, one of the world’s most important places for birds. If you are just a little bird-watching, it is obvious that you visit the National Park. If you want one of the most beautiful bird experiences in the world, Tøndermarsken is the place, where you can experience the famous “Black Sun”. Where up to hundreds of thousands of stars the ball dances over the marsh.
Naturcenter Tønnisgård at Rømø, can tell a lot more about the National Park Wadden Sea and nature here.
The Wadden Sea National Park is more than birds, such as sea safaris in the Wadden Sea, cycling, walking and riding on signposted routes.