Katharinenhof is a village in the east of the Baltic Sea island of Fehmarn. It is a district of the town of Fehmarn in the district of Ostholstein in Schleswig-Holstein. It is located around five kilometers from Burg auf Fehmarn, the largest town on Fehmarn. An old avenue of lime trees leads into the village.
The village has a lively, unspoiled natural beach, accessible through a narrow strip of forest. Here you won’t find beach chairs and towering hotels, but small romantic corners with fine sand and good bathing spots, surrounding old tree trunks, an average 5 meter high cliff, many small and large stones, treasures of nature, such as shells, chicken gods, thunderbolts and the probability of finding amber here is probably higher than on any other beach on the island.
Katharinenhof has, in its own estimation, the most beautiful natural beach the island has to offer, with long unrestricted walking paths.