Einhusen is a detached old Pole farmhouse from 1900.
Just a few hundred meters south of the island's largest village, Kirchdorf, lies the smallest village, which really comprises only one house and is surprisingly also called Einhusen.
Anyone approaching Kirchdorf from the western harbor will have this view in front of them as they pass the village of Einhusen. In the foreground are the salt marshes, which are under nature protection and on which a herd of beautiful horses almost always grazes or wild geese and swans rest, in the background the island church and the harbors of Kirchdorf and Niendorf. On the roadside bike path you can stop with pleasure and "shoot" a few beautiful vacation photos.