Sisesby is a village on the south-eastern bank of Schlei in the Rendsborg-Egernfjord district in the northern German state of Schleswig-Holstein.
Sisesby located in the west of the Schwansen peninsula directly on the Schlei , a 40-kilometer-long arm of the Baltic Sea.
The white gem, as the village is also called, is particularly known for its numerous restored thatched houses. Since 2000, the place has been listed as the first area monument in Schleswig-Holstein. Currently The picturesque Schlei area is a popular holiday region.
Access : Coordinates: 54° 35′ 37.57″ N, 9° 52′ 0.34″ E /
- The oldest building in the community is the church in Sieseby, the core of which was probably built in the 12th century.
- The well-known Siseby organ in Haderslev Cathedral originally stood in Siseby Church. The organ was built in 1820 and was one of the first Marcussen organs.
- Water sports enthusiasts and sailors will find good conditions, and there are also a number of swimming areas.
- Biking : Numerous signposted tours lead through the region, mostly on small paths.
Go next : The district of Börentwedt is also characterized by its beautiful thatched roof houses. / The Viking settlement of Haithabu.