Where is Schiermonnikoog?
Schiermonnikoog is one of the West Frisian Islands, and is part of the province of Friesland. It is situated between the islands of Ameland and Rottumerplaat .
What makes November special in Schiermonnikoog?
That’s why they made November a special walking month. There are a lot of fun walking routes and excursions, with or without a guide, that brings you to the most special parts of Schiermonnikoog.
How much does it cost to walk on Schiermonnikoog?
The excursion of mudflat walking on Schiermonnikoog costs around 8 euros for an adult. There are many galleries and creatives places that you can visit on Schiermonnikoog. The island is actually known for its art scene.
What is the main source of income on Schiermonnikoog?
The main source of income on Schiermonnikoog is tourism. The island houses a campground, a ferry pier, a tidal harbour for small vessels and approximately 15 hotels and hundreds of vacation houses and apartments.
The island of Schiermonnikoog is the easternmost of the Dutch North Sea islands. The port of departure for all visitors is the port of Lauwersoog in the Dutch province of Groningen. All visitors must leave their cars at a parking lot there, as Schiermonnikoog is car-free (only residents are allowed to use a car)!
What can you find on the Wadden island of Schiermonnikoog?
The Wadden island of Schiermonnikoog may indeed be small, but it has plenty of nature. You can find forest, dunes, polders, salt marshes, mudflats and small lakes on the Wadden island. Because of the diversity of its landscapes, Schiermonnikoog was made a national park in 1989.
What to eat on Schiermonnikoog Island?
The culinary specialties of the island include Schiermonnikoog honey and farm cheese. The island of Schiermonnikoog is the easternmost of the Dutch North Sea islands. The port of departure for all visitors is the port of Lauwersoog in the Dutch province of Groningen.
What sports can I do on Schiermonnikoog?
Sporting activities on offer on Schiermonnikoog range from beach sailing to surfing and sailing to yoga on the beach. Tip: the fascinating nature on the car-free island of Schiermonnikoog is best explored by bicycle. Two bicycle hire stations supply visitors to the island with ‘fietsen’ (Dutch for ‘bicycles’).