St. Peter Ording

St. Peter Ording is splitted into several areas. "Böhl" and "Dorf" there's no real beach, just mud and there's nearly no waves at all.The sand-bars in front of "Bad" and "Ording" are able to produce some waves if there's a stronger wind from the sea over some time. So if you arrive by car you just have to follow the traffic signs that will lead you to the beach. You can park your car right on the beach, but be careful of muddy soil, after strong rain...

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Attendance Week
Empty
Attendance Weekend
Crowded
Best Tide Position
All Tides
Best Tide Movement
Rising and Falling Tides
Dangers
Man Made Danger
Frequency
Sometimes Break
Good Swell Direction
North West
Good Wind Direction
North West
Holds up to
Don't know
Max Length of Wave
Normal (50m - 150m)
Normal Length of Wave
Short (50m)
Starts Working
1m - 1.5m (3ft - 5ft)
Surf Level
All Surfers
Type of Bottom
Sandy
Type of Wave
Beachbreak
Wave Direction
Left- and Righthander
Wave Power
Fun

Location

Am Deich
25826 St. Peter Ording
Germany

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