Under normal conditions, the tideway to the harbour can generally be navigated successfully by ships with draughts of 1.50 m starting at half-tide before and after high tide. From the well-marked entry point, a desludged tideway extends over the mudflats and grasslands to the idyllic natural harbour. The harbour, which is operated by the Neufeld Yacht Club, has plenty of guest slips with water and power hookups. A guest grill with tables and seating as well as shower and WC facilities are available. www.neufeld-sbc.de
The Dutch windmill ‘Immanuel’ along the Püttenweg path in Marner Neuenkoogsdeich. Anyone who can should hop on a bicycle. A network of biking paths marked by clear signage offers a wealth of destinations. Five kilometres away in Marne, you can switch to a pedal-powered cart outfitted with a sail and, when the conditions are right, allow yourself to be swept along to St Michaelisdonn. www.marschenbahn-draisine.de If that sounds a bit too strenuous for you, feel free to relax in the Marne swimming pool. Just a little bit further along, the Kaiser Wilhelm Koog swimming area beckons.