Traditional 'Biike' Fires
Every year on February 21st it's "Tjen di Biiki ön!", which in Frisian means something like:
"Light the Biike!"
A total of nine bonfires from the island's Christmas trees then burst into flames.
According to Frisian tradition, this was used to drive away evil spirits before the fishermen set sail for the first time.
After the fire went out, they ate green cabbage, boiled sausage, pork cheek, Kassler and sweet potatoes.
The unique cosiness that emanates from this evening can of course best be enjoyed in the HSH!
In an exclusive atmosphere and with a good glass of wine
the traditional dish described above tastes twice as good.
The offer includes the following services:
- 1 overnight stay with extensive breakfast
- Use of the swimming pool, sauna, steam bath and fitness room in our wellness area QIARA SPA
- On the Biike evening we serve kale, boiled sausage, pork cheek, "Kassler" & potatoes in our in-house restaurants.