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Yachtzentrum Stortebeker, Lower Saxony, Germany

Yachtzentrum Stortebeker is a marina in Norden, Lower Saxony. Its location in Germany’s north western most city makes it a perfect spot from where tourists can head on one day trips to the nearby East Frisian Islands or to the neighbour countries of Denmark and the Netherlands. Located by Wadden Sea, the water area by the city is part of UNESCO’s protected national park and enters under strict regulations of what activities can and can’t take place in the area. Inside the city, visitors can enjoy attractions like the century-old buildings in Norden square. The square is also home to almost 3 centuries old trees. Interesting buildings that should be visited are the Old Town Hall that hosts the Tea Museum, considered Europe’s first museum based on tea culture history, the Vossenhus, or Schoninghsche house, a 5 century old Renaissance style building. There are great accommodation units that can host tourists who wish to spend a quiet vacation in the city.

Facilities of Yachtzentrum Stortebeker

Bar

Restaurant

Wifi

Drinking water

Dressing rooms

Electricity

Fuel station

Security

Towing

Sailing school

Crane

Hibernation

Travellift

Ramp

Waste collection

Residual water collection

Bilge Collection

Towing

Service Station for ships

Master harbour

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Cancellation Policy of Yachtzentrum Stortebeker : restrictive

The Restrictive Policy doesn't allow any refund.

Attractions in Lower Saxony

The fourth most populated region in Germany situated on the coast of the North Sea. Lower Saxony (Niedersachsen in German) is the fourth most populated area in Germany and is located in the northern part of the state. This area is the ideal vacation destination for tourists interested in sightseeing and German culture.

The region is put on the map by a total of 10 municipalities and the largest is Hanover (The capital of the area) and Wolfsburg. These fantastic cities offer countless attractions to the visiting tourists as well as modern architecture and the world-famous Volkswagen factory.

The Harz mountain range is the largest rock formation in Central Germany and is mostly known by tourists for the high number of silver mines. It offers access to two of the greatest rivers in the country: Elbe and the famous Weser. Enjoy a pleasant hike through the densely wooded areas and visit the highest peaks: the historic Brocken and the Wurmberg. The silver min... more info