The Flensburg Fjord offers an astonishing flora and fauna: besides starfish, grasses and jellyfish, divers may even discover porpoises. But the underwater landscape can also be impressive –
Remains or fully preserved wrecks lie on the bottom of the Baltic Sea.
Northeast of the Flensburg Fjord, near Glücksburg, curious visitors will find the "Inger Klit", "Murstenvraget" and "Sophie" in the depths of the Fjord – to mention just three of many sunken ships.
An "underwater house" awaits you off the cliff at the natural Quellental beach, not far from the Flensburg Sailing Club, while with 19 meters, the deepest point of the Flensburg Fjord is to be found just off the Holnis peninsula.