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The ferryman sand was an Elbe island west of Wedel. Its easternmost point was 200 to 300 meters below the mouth of the Wedeler Au. The area belongs to the municipality of Wedel. Today the name refers to the farmstead with restaurant. The side arm of the Elbe, today's Hetlinger Binnenelbe, which separated the island from the marshes, is increasingly silted around 1790. As a result, the island has become part of the Wedeler march. The maximum altitude is 4.6 meters above sea level.
The name Fährmannssand does not stem from the fact that a ferry service has taken place from the island. The island (formerly Wedeler sand or Krautsand) was so named because it was until the second half of the 18th century lease area of the Blankeneser ferry people.
6 août 2018
The Fährmannssand restaurant has its own courtyard with a sheep farm. The restaurant's cuisine is particularly tempting with delicious dishes based on roasted potatoes, as well as homemade cakes and pies. At Easter, the associated sheep farm is a special attraction. Small lambs can also be seen on the dike and the associated areas. A welcome break on a discovery tour through the Elbmarschen near Wedel.holstein-tourismus.de/de/unsere-region/detailansicht/detail/gaststaette-faehrmannssand.html
24 juin 2020
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