Each one of Germany's North Sea islands has its unique flair. Foehr, a seaside resort located near the Danish border, features mudflats that are recognized as a national park and UNESCO World Heritage site.
Foehr has many a favorite resort desination for many years
Biologist Astrid Klenk-Steinert, who has lived on the island of Foehr for the past 25 years, joins DW-TV on a tour of the island. On your next trip to Foehr, she recommends visiting the Friesen Museum in Wyk, the cemetery in Suederende, and a local bird sanctuary. Click on the video below for more.
Editor: Kate Bowen