The Wadden Sea is Denmark’s largest National Park. In many ways such a magnificent nature area that it simply must be experienced. The silence, the infinite and ever-changing landscape creates an enduring memory. The Wadden Sea and the salt marsh are among the most valuable wetland areas in the world and of crucial importance for breeding birds, fish, ocean mammals, and plant life. Four times every twenty-four hours, a billion cubic meters of water is moved
through the Wadden Sea, where powerful forces are in play when the tide creates mudflats and sandflats by moving mud and sand in dramatic fashion.