The North Frisian island of Föhr is considered a quiet neighbor of the islands of Amrum and Sylt, mainly because of the wild and comparatively windless weather. But also the number of visitors is much lower than for example on Sylt - here you can find especially much relaxation or walk on a guided hike to Amrum. Bronze Age gravestones and unusually pronounced vegetation for a North Sea island invite you to take long walks. Guests interested in culinary delights should try their hand at the local cheese, which enjoys a particularly good reputation. The island's five mills give it its characteristic panorama, while the Museum of West Coast Art is devoted to regional culture.