In the north of Germany, on the third largest German island (named Fehmarn), Strandcamping Wallnau occupies a unique location. The well-know bird sanctuary and protected nature reserve Wallnau are literally around the corner. Fehmarn is one of the sunniest regions of the country with the most hours of sun. The 78 km-long coast offers a wide variety of water sports opportunities. But cyclists and walkers, too, can feast their eyes. Close to the camping is a canal that separates the camp site from the Baltic Sea.
Camping on grass
The flat and spacious terrain of Strandcamping Wallnau has some 400 camping pitches. Most pitches provide sufficient privacy due to the vegetation and low hedges which demarcate the pitches. A number of mobile homes can also be rented. Because of the many attractions in the vicinity, the camp site has a wonderful character. There are 4 sanitary buildings in total, spread across the camp site. The 'North' sanitary block was renovated in 2016.
You reach the beach via a small bridge where you have a vast view of the sea. The camp site primarily revolves around the vast beaches for which the region is renowned. Walking, surfing, kayaking, diving, horse riding on the beach, beach volleyball. This is only a handful of the many possibilities of a day at the sea.
The day flies by
The camp site also organises all kinds of activities for children. Young campers take up bow and arrow as real Robin Hoods They can also amuse themselves on the bouncing cushion. Opposite the camp site is a riding stable from where young and old can venture on nature treks on horseback.