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www.foehr.de. Föhr pronunciation (Fering North Frisian: Feer; Danish: Før) is one of the North Frisian Islands on the German coast of the North Sea.Where is Föhr located?
It is part of the Nordfriesland district in the federal state of Schleswig-Holstein. Föhr is the second-largest North Sea island of Germany and a popular destination for tourists. A town and eleven distinct municipalities are located on the island.How do I get to Föhr from Germany?
Make your way to Dagebüll on the German mainland by car or train. From there the car ferry operates a regular service to Föhr. Your short 45 minute journey will take you through the Wadden Sea National Park and past the Hallig Islands, before docking at the island’s ferry port of Wyk.What is it like to live on Föhr?
Föhr is the second-largest North Sea island of Germany and a popular destination for tourists. A town and eleven distinct municipalities are located on the island. The climate is oceanic with moderate winters and relatively cool summers. Being a settlement area already in neolithic times, Föhr had been part of mainland North Frisia until 1362.