The small harbor in the fishing village of Vitt.
In the fishing village, a narrow gorge opens to the sea, giving a view of the steep cliff from the cape. A stone breakwater protects the harbor and the village in "stiff breezes". For safety's sake, the Vitter still pull their boats ashore with a winch.
With the fish of the sea the inhabitants secured their livelihood for centuries. Today, there is still a fishing family in Vitt, which both fishes and smokes the freshly caught fish in the harbor and offers it for sale. Taste the fresh fish while smelling the tangy beech wood smoke. Fish boxes, the boats pulled ashore and the red pennants of the fish traps are an unforgettable picture.