We organize tours all year round - of course with the emphasis in the tourist season.
Under our guidance you can gain a comprehensive insight into the nature and history of Fanoe. Each tour has its own theme. The times for the individual tours you can find both under the individual tours and at the event list on the front page.
Galgereef is one of the places in the Wadden Sea where you can see the harbor seal, and we may be lucky to see the larger gray seal.
On the seal banks we can observe adult seals and pups.
Usually there are 150 - 200 seals at the bank.
Walk Nordby's winding streets and secret paths along with a dedicated and knowledgeable guide.
Do you like oysters? We go out to the oyster bank beneath Halen.
Here we gather oysters in bags and sacks (bring your own bags).
Up to 100,000 species of animals and plants live in the Wadden Sea.With forks and buckets we go searching the mudflats at low tide.
We find worms of all sizes, clams, snails and crabs.
We discover how rich in life the landscape which is drained twice a day at low tide are
In fact, there is no natural area in Europe with a higher density of animals.
Here you get the opportunity to gather for the original and well known schnapps, but also inspiration for new herbs and combinations.
Come and experience the original Fano North Sea Bath anno 1900.
You are invited back to the glory days of the bathing resort in the last century, when the characteristic buildings were constructed in the deserted dune area on Fanoe west coast.
The story of Fanoes golden age is the focal point of this trip -both as a maritime island and painters colony.
Fanoe's west coast is a landscape in constant change - in the summer by sand drift in the wind, in the winter by storms and storm surge