The Wadden Sea is one of the world's most important tidal flats. A large, unique nature reserve full of life and experiences. The Wadden Sea is both the still surface water and the turbulent ocean. Four times every twenty-four hours, a billion cubic meters of water is moved through the Wadden Sea, where powerful forces are in play when the tide tide createss mudflats and sandflats by moving mud and sand in dramatic fashion.
The 17th of January The Wadden Sea was appointed as a National park. Officially The National Park opened in 2010. The National Park The Wadden Sea from Blåvandhuk in the north through Ribe to Tøndermarsken in the south.
Life by the Wadden Sea is, and has always been, on Mother Nature's premises. Violent storm floods have marked the population, who for protection, have built dikes along 100 km of the Wadden Sea coast.
The Gate to UNESCO World Heritage.