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Greetsieler Zwillingsmühlen, Greetsiel

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Greetsieler Zwillingsmühlen is located in Greetsiel. Add Greetsieler Zwillingsmühlen to your Greetsiel travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Greetsiel holiday planner.
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  • On a sunny afternoon, we were to visit the mill Café. You can sit comfortably on the channel on a covered terrace. The cake tastes great. There are also different ice cream sundaes. A point deduction is available for the goulash soup. She was unfortunately not just delicious... so better with coffee, tea and cakes remain ;-)
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  • Every time I arrive in Greetsiel, I must get tea and a real big piece of cake over a pot.
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  • First, we looked at the mill from the inside and climbed up to the roof of the mill. Then we have let us go there well a Pharisee, cocoa and ice cream in the mill coffee. Very friendly service! Like to come back.
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  • Very nice and well preserved mill. at the Green Mill a nice café with top service, tasty dishes and a small but nice map. In the Red Mill a shop with East Frisian souvenirs and specialty teas and a publishing house. Also, guided tours are possible here. Parking is across
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  • Nice cozy outdoor area, featured mill, interesting mill shop, great mill Cafe, I describe the Red Mill. 😋
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  • On the Leybucht in the Western East Frisia picturesque fishing village with baking stone gabled houses from the 17th century, a fishing port with shrimp fleet and the twin mills.
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  • Can drinking coffee nice destination - there also great and child - and dog-friendly
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  • We sat somewhat uncomfortably in the Green Mill, the Red Mill, it was very cozy. The guide is interesting and rewarding. You should necessarily take the mill bread.
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