Slow down, it's time forA village history: Hasselberg
A nice place to rest
The Hasselberg community was formed in 1970 integrating the villages Hasselberg, Gundelsby and Schwackendorf.
The name derives from the Low-German word Hasselbach, which freely translates to "hill with hazel bushes". This exactly is a symbol for the community's landscape surrounded by large pastures, meadows and fabulous hedges. The enchanting nature can be best discovered by bike, on foot or horseback.
Have you ever wanted to camp on a Baltic Sea beach? If so, the well-known campsite in Hasselberg may be exactly what you're looking for. This campsite with its 600 spaces surrounded by trees and hedges is located directly at a 6.5-kilometre long beautiful sandy beach section between Falshöft and Kronsgaard. A lifeguard is present so that children and their parents can relax and enjoy a swim in the Baltic Sea here on this natural beach.
Another great natural leisure activity is the nearby barefoot park in Schwackendorf, offering every visitor a great new walking sensation on different trails.