A short holiday on the outskirts of Hamburg.
Beach, view of the water and uncomplicated food: At Café Lüküs in the ElbeCamp, you feel like you're on holiday after just a few minutes.
Just put your feet in the sand and take a relaxed walk along the water, far away from houses and noise? Nowhere in Hamburg can you do that more smoothly than on the Falkensteiner Ufer. Here there is a lot of nature, long beaches and now and then giant freighters passing by that make the scenery seem completely surreal for a few minutes. The uncomplicated alternative to a trip to Sankt-Peter-Ording.
There is also a suitable "beach restaurant": Anyone who gets hungry or thirsty here should stop by Café Lüküs. The restaurant at the ElbeCamp campsite offers delicious jacket potatoes, Indian curry or chips as well as ice cream, cakes and cool drinks - and is not only open to campers. There you sit at tables in the sand between big old trees and relaxed people. For a little hippie flair on the otherwise often sedate banks of the Elbe.
Priceless, because so rare in Hamburg: the adjacent playground, which gives parents a quiet time. Adults can also swing through the day in the numerous hammocks. And when code words like "Supermääään" or "Fix und Fooooxy" come out of the loudspeaker, it's clear: food is ready and can be picked up.
The ElbeCamp can be reached by bike, car or public transport: bus line 388 runs almost directly to the door.
Café Lüküs/Campingplatz ElbeCamp, Falkensteiner Ufer 101, 22587 Hamburg