Süderhöft

Süderhöft, one of the smallest municipalities in Germany with currently only 12 inhabitants, is idyllically located between Marsch and Geest in the nature reserve around the Treene river. In the surrounding area there are villages with names like Fresendelf (there is a nice bathing place on the Treene), Bergenhusen (most storks live here) and Hollbüllhuus.

Apart from nice people, cows and sheep, there is not much in Süderhöft. But that's enough.

 

In the next larger town of Schwabstedt there is a restaurant, a café, a supermarket and two bakers. Friedrichstadt is 14 km away and, in addition to other supermarkets, also has a weekly market every Friday. The market in Husum is about twice as far away - but it´s also twice as often: every Thursday and Saturday.

We are happy to answer any further questions you may have about Süderhöft & the surrounding area. Write us!

 
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Within a radius of 50 km

Bergenhusen - lovely village with large stork population (> 20 occupied nests in 2019) (6 km)

Schwabstedt - beautiful outdoor pool on the Treene (4 km)

Fresendelf - Treene swimming area at the ferry house (2 km)

Friedrichstadt - picturesque town between the rivers Eider and Treene with canals and historic old town (14 km)

Husum - city on the North Sea and the Wadden Sea with a beautiful harbor (22km)

Schleswig - Viking town on the Schlei (34 km)

Eckernförde - Typical northern German town with miles of Baltic Sea beaches

St. Peter Ording - miles of beach, unique dune landscapes

Heide - Not far from the North Sea and with almost 47,000 square meters it has the largest market square in Germany