The German island Borkum is the largest, oldest and most western of the seven populated East Frisian island in the North Sea of Germany. It has around 31 sq/km and around 5200 inhabitants who are completely dependent on tourism.
In 2011 around 250 000 tourists were visiting Borkum.
Relax and discover long sandy beaches which can be up to 500 m wide or breathe in healthy air walking along the seaside. You will see horse-drawn carriages, artists and lighttowers and taste the East Frisian Tea.
The island Borkum is the first allergy sufferer friendly island of Europe.
Discover the Waddensea which belongs to the world natural heritage.
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