Goltoft is a municipality in the district of Schleswig -Flensburg, in Schleswig- Holstein. Hellör and Norderfeld lie in the municipality.


Goltoft is in the loop and is recognized resort.


The name of the town was first mentioned in 1386 comes from the Danish and means settlement site ( toft ) in barren terrain (gold).

In Goltoft although there is the Karkbarg, the Kirchenberg as field names, their own church but Goltoft has no more today.


All nine seats in the municipal council has the voter community GWG since the municipal election of 2013.

Coat of arms

Blazon: " shared lowered in the shaft section of gold and blue. Top two fan-shaped Asked green oak leaves, whose stems are held together by a knotted green ribbon below a silver fish. "

The two figures of the Goltofter crest tie in with historical circumstances. The held together by a knotted ribbon oak leaves be understood as the stylized form of a double oak, the memorial of the Schleswig-Holstein uprising of 1848., As in many communities such oak was also in Goltoft, probably the fiftieth anniversary in 1898, planted. The Old Oak in 1978 eliminated by road, was replaced in the following year by a young. The nodes of the coat of arms figure is a sign of inviolable attachment of Schleswig and Holstein, the oak guarantee of independence and resistance of the citizens of the community. Goltoft was part of the closed loop or Harde Harde. When administrative and judicial district of the closure Harde led a seal. The seal image was a fish which symbolizes the position of the fish-rich loop. For this Hardessiegel Goltoft has taken over the fish.


The place is dominated by agriculture. Tourism is an important source of income.


In the list of cultural monuments in Goltoft are registered in the list of monuments of Schleswig- Holstein cultural monuments.

Goltoft has a campground. The existing since 1964 Hellör campsite is situated right on the Schlei in a conservation area. In addition, a canoe rental, hand weaving, bicycle hire and rentable apartments are available.


In Goltoft lives Wilfried Erdmann, the only single-handed sailor who has sailed around the world non-stop in both directions and with the same yacht Kathena Nui (1984-1985 in west-east direction, 2000-2001 in east-west direction).