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Watt'n Bad

Architecture reminiscent

The Unesco Natural World Heritage site of Wadden Sea covers 11,500 km² extending from Esbjerg in Denmark in the north almost as far as Amsterdam in the south. This part of the North Sea is regarded as the world's largest and most important tidal wetlands which is why they are suitable for recreational activities or bathing to a certain degree only. But swimming pools built near the coast such as the “Watt’n Bad” in Dorum, North Friesland, ensure plenty of bathing fun both in summer and in winter.