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Local fish delicacies

Let the butter be put to the fish!

Do you like eating fish? Then you're in the right place on the North Sea Cycle Route. A variety of culinary highlights await you, which together with the historic fishing villages and cutter harbours as well as the unique maritime flair will ensure you enjoy fish perfectly on the tour. From fish rolls with original Glückstädter Matjes, freshly caught North Sea crabs or delicious herring to the traditional fisherman's breakfast and fish cakes - there is something to suit everyone here. You can also learn a lot about traditional fishing in the many museums and exhibitions along the way.

Fishy delights ahoy!

You'll find delicious fish restaurants and snack bars here where you can stop for a bite to eat on the North Sea Cycle Route:

Wein- & Teekontor

Butjadingen

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Altdeutscher Hof

Butjadingen

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Kolles Alter Muschelsaal

Büsum

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Hallig-Krog

Reußenköge

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Engaging and informative

The museums and exhibitions dedicated to fishing give you an interesting insight into the extremes of seafaring for ship and crew. The following maritime museums can be found along the North Sea Cycle Route:

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