Amrum / Duitsland
The North Frisian islands have been inhabited already since 3000 BC. And thus today you can still find in Amrum graves and other relics from the Stone Age, the Bronze Age and Iron Age.
Amrum, the North Frisian island southeast of Foehr, is characterized by its untouched nature. Almost unique in the North Sea sector is the twelve kilometers long and up to 1.5-km-wide "Kniepsand", the sandy beach on the west coast. East of Kniepsand there a dune landscape plies up to 32 meters high and will be traversed. Inland, you will encounter forests and heathland. The best view of the magnificent scenery of Amrum offers the red and white lighthouse in Wittdün.