to Wulfener Hals
Camping and holiday park Wulfener Hals
Wulfen, Wulfener Hals Weg 100
Our geodata - GPS:
Latitude 54° 24' 22" N (54.406120)
Longitude 11° 10' 37" E (11.177130)
From Hamburg via the A 1, from Heiligenhafen B207 (E47). After crossing the impressive Fehmarnsund Bridge on the B207 (E47), please take the first descent. Continue towards Avendorf in The Sundstraat (L217) and then turn left towards Wulfen. In Wulfen you are almost at your destination and then continue on the right into the Wulfener Hals Weg. You will then reach us past the golf course in about 800 m.
Important note: Some Navis have a route through Blieschendorf. Please ignore this, as the indicated road from Blieschendorf to Wulfen is very narrow.
For rail passengers, the destination station is Burg (DB course book route 140, IC to Hamburg, EC to Burg). There is a direct IC connection up to Puttgarden. We will be happy to arrange a pick-up service with you. You can also take a taxi (tel 04371/3349).
Lübeck-Blankensee is the nearest airport (85 km). There is a direct IC connection up to Puttgarden.
The nearest major international airport is Helmut Schmidt Airport, Hamburg-Fuhlsbüttel (140 km). You can also take the train of the DB or soon the rail replacement service to Burg, we will pick you up from there after timely arrangement and agreement (in any case you will then need a written confirmation from us).
A transfer by us, unless otherwise agreed, is expensive.
Traffic information for Schleswig-Holstein - Tips for holidaymakers -
In order to meet current and future traffic requirements, the expansion of the road network is necessary in Schleswig-Holstein. In the future, we will all benefit from a safe and efficient transport infrastructure. Temporarily, however, this means construction work that you should consider for your journey to the "real north".
• As the central link between Scandinavia and southern Europe, the Bundesautobahn 7 between the Bordesholm motorway triangle and the Hamburg Nordwest motorway triangle has been adapted to the growing traffic volumes. Since the end of 2018, all lanes in Schleswig-Holstein have been completed in the time allotted for this purpose.
Work on the noise protection lid in Hamburg's Schnelsen district will be completed in the second half of 2019, which will involve two full closures at the end of the year. In Hamburg-Stellingen, work on the full commissioning of the noise protection tunnel is expected to be completed in 2020.
The extension of the A7 to Hamburg to six lanes between the Walsrode and Fallingbostel triangle is also to be opened to traffic by the end of 2019.
Due to the preparatory measures for the replacement of the K 30 as well as the preparatory measures for the expansion of the Elbmarsch high street from 6 to 8 lanes, restrictions may occur south of Hamburg in 2019.
Since hardly any section of the motorway in Germany has as many vehicles as on the A7 near Hamburg every day and most holidaymakers choose the route via the Hamburg junction, this section is particularly important.
• The Bundesautobahn 1 runs from Heiligenhafen via Lübeck, Hamburg, Bremen, Dortmund, Cologne and Trier to Saarbrücken. It is the third longest motorway in Germany and, with seven federal states, the one that passes through most of the federal states.
Both the fundamental renovation including noise protection between Bad Schwartau and Sereetz as well as urgent ceiling renovations this year require changed and restricted traffic routes on the A1 motorway. Since the construction sites start in spring, all lanes will be open again from the summer holidays towards the Baltic Sea. Restrictions to the south during the summer holidays cannot be avoided. The trip to Travemünde is free.
We wish you a good, safe journey and a nice time in Schleswig-Holstein!
On the penultimate weekend of June in Hamburg, a bridge structure of the A 1 (A1 / B5 Bergedorfer Straße) is demolished. For this purpose, the A1 will be fully closed from Friday 21.06. 20:00 until Monday 24.06. 5:00. From 24.06. to mid-November, the A1 will run in this section in the direction of Bremen in two lanes.
• Construction is also underway on the A 21, A 23, A 24 and A 215 motorways.
Construction work can mean traffic jams or stalled traffic at peak times. However, the targeted planning of arrival and departure can help to reduce the risk of congestion.
Planning of arrival and departure
In order to be able to adapt to the limitations that may arise in connection with the construction work, the following tools are available to you.
-- A 7-Nord: Real-time presentation of the traffic situation on the A7 and in the Hamburg city area, route planner, report on construction sites and short-term closures
-- Construction site-SH: construction sites on the federal highways, the federal and state roads as well as some county roads in Schleswig-Holstein
-- ADAC maps (only for ADAC members): traffic and construction site information for Germany, route planners, sights, real-time traffic situation
-- via-solutions-nord.de: Press releases about planned construction work and full closures on the A 7, current construction events
-- strassen-sh.de: traffic situation and construction sites at a glance
-- adac.de/reise_freizeit/verkehr/: Current traffic situation and traffic jam forecasts
Optimization of arrival and departure times
Planning the right departure time is the key to a stress-free journey. Travel to the holiday areas is strongest on Fridays from 1 pm to 8 pm and on Saturdays and Sundays from 9 am to 3 pm.
Saturday is the most popular day of arrival and departure, alternatively try to place your departure on one or two days before or after. The bottleneck around Hamburg is best passed as early as possible. On weekdays, we recommend that you pass through at lunchtime or in the evening, taking into account the commuters to and from Hamburg.
The traffic jam calendar of the ADAC (www.adac.de/reise_freizeit/verkehr/) as well as Google Maps with the current traffic situation in real time is helpful for planning your arrival and departure time. There you can see when high traffic is expected.
We wish you a good, safe journey and a nice time in Schleswig-Holstein!
Eco-friendly travel by train and bus
By train and bus you are safer and by saving Co2 you are much more environmentally and climate friendly than by car. Frequently you travel more cost-effectively and unlike driving a car you can actively use the time.
Demand for environmentally friendly and quiet electric vehicles has increased in recent years. With the modern bicycles, e-bikes and soon also e-scooters as well as own e-car fleet, the island Of Sylt Tourism-Service offers you an extensive fleet of vehicles for rent. Also at the Lübeck Bay you can make your holiday stay with Mercedes me Explore and direct access to a variety of electric vehicles and adventure offers simple and mobile.
Up-to-date information during the trip
The above apps are also available during the trip and provide you with up-to-date information. The reports of the regional radio stations are also helpful. In addition, electronic travel time displays at Neumünster-Süd have been placed on the Autobahn 7 to the south, which give you information about the expected travel time to Hamburg Airport, the event arenas or the centre of the Hanseatic city.