Thatched-roof house on the North Sea island of Pellworm.
1/16My thatched-roof house
North Sea | You can best spend your holiday with particular flair in a holiday home with a thatched roof.
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A landscape of dunes near a holiday apartment for 5 people on Borkum.2/16Gems in the Wadden Sea
East Frisian Islands | The islands lie off the East Frisian coast, in the land of tides, where the surf hits the dykes and the sky shows its deepest blue.
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At a holiday apartment for 4 people on a farm in the Black Forest.4/16Wake up to a cock crow
Germany | Feed animals and run riot in the hay, grill bread on a stick and discover the agriculture. Vacation on a farm can be an eventful and lively experience for the entire family.
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Houseboat for four people by the island of Fehmarn.5/16Without terra firma
Germany | Whether houseboats, stilt houses, floating homes or entire ships. Here you will find everything that somehow floats on water. Just consider beforehand whether you are also seaworthy to some degree.
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Holiday home for max. 20 persons in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania6/16Get your fishing rod
Germany | Whether you’re by the sea, at one of the numerous lakes and rivers – each angler will find his individual fishing paradise in Germany.
Per week from GBP 219show 3,155 offers
7/16Best holiday resort in Germany
Meersburg | Medieval castle buildings, idyllic little streets and beautiful town squares directly at Lake Constance – that’s Meersburg, the best German holiday resort 2015.
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This holiday park is equipped in a modern way and can be found right next to the Nürburgring8/16Fun for the entire family
Eifel | A vacation in a holiday park is particularly ideal for families. As parents you can lean back and relax whilst your kids are taken care of your hands and are fully entertained.
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Tea with candy
East Frisia | The national drink of East Frisians is without doubt tea. The most popular one is the aromatic, spicy bitter smelling East Frisian blend from Assam tea with different other black tea varieties mainly strong Ceylon and fruity java tea.
It becomes a proper Frisian with hot bubbling water in a tea pot and served after three to four minutes with a piece of candy in a cup and topped off with whipped cream. It is suitable for breakfast, classic tea times at 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. or after lunch or dinner. East Frisians claim that you can drink tea anytime as far as one is not sleeping.