Wadden Sea coast in Busum resort town, Germany


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Busum is a charming resort town located on the Wadden Sea coast in Germany. The Wadden Sea is an intertidal zone and is one of the largest and most unique coastal wetlands in the world. The coastline in Büsum is characterized by sandy beaches, dunes, and tidal flats that stretch out as far as the eye can see during low tide. Visitors can take guided tours to explore the Wadden Sea, where they can observe the local flora and fauna, such as seals and migratory birds.

One popular attraction in Büsum is the lighthouse at the end of the pier, which offers stunning views of the coastline and the North Sea. A panoramic webcam is installed in Büsum, providing live views of the Wadden Sea and the surrounding area. The webcam allows visitors to check out the weather conditions and admire the beautiful scenery before they plan their day.


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