Fehmarn is the third largest German island in the Baltic Sea. It is 185 km² in area and has about 78 km of coastline. Since 1963 the island is connected to the main land through the famous Fehmarnsund-bridge. The main town is the island metropolis Burg, another 8000 people live in the 42 other villages of the island. Fehmarn is the second largest town in Schleswig-Holstein. Apart from the well-known ferry harbour Puttgarden where ferries leave to Rodby/Denmark there are 5 smaller yacht harbours. Moreover, the island has 5 light houses, 3 nature reserves, 2 train stations, 4 evangelical churches and 1 catholic church as well as numerous beaches for water sports and bathing and 16 campsites!
is located in the south west of the island at the "Orther Reede". It is a perfect district for every kind of water sports. The campsite exists since 1958 and has an area of 25 ha with around 650 pitches.
Distances from the Camping Strukkamphuk:
- to Burg approx. 9 km
- to station Burg approx. 10 km
- to station Puttgarden approx.ca. 16 km
- to Lübeck approx. 90 km
- to Kiel approx. 90 km
- to Hamburg approx. 150 km
- to Kopenhagen (incl. ferrycrossing) approx. 200 km