World Heritage Wadden Sea - Kornwerderzand
A UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2009, the Wadden Sea is the last true nature of the Netherlands (and Germany and Denmark). And beyond that, this vibrant and tide-changing landscape is also unique. The vast area with a length of 500 kilometres was created under the influence of the tides and changes daily, you will not find this anywhere else in the world. The Wadden Sea is the habitat of thousands of plants and animals. Seals lounge on the sandbanks and it is an indispensable stopover for millions of migratory birds.
Did you know that the Wadden Sea gets its name from the fact that you can walk through it at low tide? In Frisian, it is the Waadsee, the fordable sea.
The Wadden Sea region has almost 50 visitor centres, each with its own activities. The Afsluitdijk Wadden Centre offers a total experience about the Wadden Sea and is definitely worth a visit.
World Heritage Wadden Sea
8752 TP Kornwerderzand
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Visiting other parts of the Wadden Sea? Visit: www.visitwadden.nl Want to know more about UNESCO World Heritage Sites? Visit https://www.werelderfgoed.nl