Wenningstedt-Braderup - The town
The region certainly has a great past: The Angles and Saxons set out from here to conquer England. Artists such as Wassily Kandinsky and Thomas Mann, winner of the Nobel Prize for literature, came here to be inspired by the breathtaking nature. Today it is THE place for families. Wenningstedt-Braderup consists of two cozy districts and is located about in the middle of the island. It lies among the untouched blooming peak heath, long sandy beaches, and a dune landscape on the Rotes Kliff. Here, vacationers find their spot, families have enough time for themselves, and nature lovers have plenty of places to explore. And there is a lot of room for those who want to relax on cycling or hiking tours. There is adventure and nature for children in the mudflats, in the Braderup nature station, on the beach, or at one of the numerous events. Great for children. Everyone can find just the right spot in the large area. In the center of Wenningstedt is the idyllic village pond that was ceded to the community by private owners in the 1950s. It was intended to be a place of quiet and relaxation and it remains so today. Historic buildings with thatched roofs and beautiful gardens dominate the unparalleled vista. A small bridge invites you to pause. Rest after long walks on the benches under the shady trees.
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