The Meadows of Poseidon

Also under water you will find meadows full of juicy grass: Posidonia oceanica. Named after Poseidon they are kind of the lungs of the oceans. Only once in 5 to 10 years the grass flowers and then bears fruit that once it is ripe floats along the seas. Like this year. Read more about this interesting seagrass. Continue reading ->

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April 24, 2016 – Clapping Thunder Flowers

Spring on the island this year meant a never seen before explosion of flowers. While the summer is on its way, flowers keep on coming up. Lots of tulips show their beauty on places they were never found before and poppies keep on colouring the fields, making the island famous for its flower fields. Continue reading ->