Norderney Casino Guide
Norderney is one of the seven populated East Frisian Islands off the north coast of Germany, situated in the state of Lower Saxony. Almost half of the island belongs to a national park while the other half is designated for the residential homes of 6,089 population. The island is wakeful to romantic shores and fresh sea breeze.
Norderney prizes one well-established casino, namely the Casino Norderney (Spielbank) in Am Kurplatz. Within a generous gambling space, the casino houses 84 gaming machines and a bingo hall. Jackpot variety includes Island Jackpot, Mermaid’s Spell, and community jackpot systems. Multi-Roulette is also available and Live Bingo is hosted every second sunday of the month. Guests must be at least 18 years old in order to be granted permission to enter the premises.
Besides the hustle and bustle inside the casino, Norderney is a promenade of natural sites. An island of contrasts, it is thriving in terms of cultural scene in the west and unspoilt nature in the east with a UNESCO World Natural Heritage status. Even from the ferry, the urban silhouette of the town is a stunning sight. Visitors can explore the facets of wellness in Norderney, whether it is for the sake of learning about the island’s spa history in Bademuseum or experiencing it for themselves. Germany’s largest thalasso spa is also in town and hiking paths meander through the dunes and along the tidal flats.
Norderney has a lot of bazaar kiosks and independent shops with quirky items. Shopping centers such as Adenauer & Co Strandhaus and Shop 1837 are a must visit. In terms of dining and drinking, Norderney has an array of seafood houses and spirit havens to choose from. Summer is the peak season to visit Norderney, however, if seeking a tranquil time, November is the perfect month rid of busy streets.