Langeoog is an East Frisian island lying along the North Sea in Lower Saxony. It has about 2000 inhabitants and in the summer attracts a large number of visitors who come to visit the beautiful beaches and the Wadden Sea national park. Langeoog is 14km long from west to east. As with all East Frisian islands Langeoog's coastline is constantly eroded and shifted by the sea.

01 Serviceman 02 Friese front-door 03 Water tower 04 Dune path to the beach 05 Dune path to the beach
06 Beach of Langeoog 07 Beach chairs 08 Beach chairs 09 Suder dunes
10 Suder dunes 11 Suder dunes 12 Suder dunes 13 Suder dunes 14 Signs in the sand
15 Stranded jellyfish 16 Suder dunes 17 Stranded jellyfish 18 Flinthorn dunes
19 Stranded jellyfish 20 Flinthorn dunes 21 Flinthorn dunes 22 Grown with moss
23 Grown with moss 24 Historical sailboat 25 Historical sailboat 26 Beach chairs 27 Life guard cruiser Langeoog
28 Beach chairs 29 Beach chairs 30 Dunes of Langeoog 31 Handrail 32 Water tower
33 Water tower 34 South coast of Langeoog 35 South coast of Langeoog 36 South coast of Langeoog 37 South coast of Langeoog
38 National park wattenmeer 39 Landscape Ostende 40 Butterfly 41 Landscape Ostende 42 Dune path to the beach
43 Landscape Ostende 44 Meadow path 45 Dune landscape 46 Dune landscape
47 Dune landscape 48 Dune landscape 49 Dune landscape 50 Dune landscape
51 Dune landscape 52 Dune landscape
Page viewed 19673 times since 01.03.11
©Copyright Alfred Molon