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Falkensteiner Beach

The Falkensteiner beach on the Elbe is a popular spot for long walks on the beach at any time of the year.

With the red and white Unterfeuer lighthouse in view, you might think that you were already at the Baltic Sea. In the summer, there are always a few courageous beach visitors who take a dip in the cool water. From here you also have an expansive view of the uninhabited Neßsand island, a nature reserve with diverse animal and plant species. The ElbeCamp, which is located directly on the beach, and the associated Café Lüküs are also always inviting for a family outing.

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