Helgoland's North Beach, also known as Helgoland's Nordstrand, is a stunning beach located on the Island of Helgoland, Germany. It is an ideal destination for swimming and beachcombing, and features an abandoned construction site known as the Behelfsbrücke. The long stretch of sand makes for an impressive sight, especially at sunset. Visitors can also spot an array of sea birds, including Common and Sandwich Terns, as well as Common Eider Ducks. Take a stroll along the cliff path and you'll find some fantastic vantage points, perfect for wildlife photography. There are several trails here and plenty of places to relax and explore, so be sure to wear comfortable shoes.