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The dream island of Sylt

Dear readers,

Today I would like to tell you about a true jewel in the North Sea - the enchanting island of Sylt. With its unique charm, breathtaking landscapes and unmistakable atmosphere, Sylt attracts visitors from all over the world year after year.


The island of Sylt covers around 99 square kilometers and lies off the North Frisian coast of Schleswig-Holstein. It is often referred to as the “Queen of the North Sea” and impresses with its picturesque beauty. The Wadden Sea around the island is recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, which underlines its ecological importance. A special feature of Sylt is the interplay of low and high tide, which constantly changes the landscape and creates a unique habitat for flora and fauna. At low tide, there are vast expanses of sand that are used by countless birds as resting places. At high tide, the island is transformed into a magical water landscape.

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Strand der Isel Sylt mit Strandkörben


The island is connected to the mainland by the Hindenburgdamm and can be easily reached by car or train. Alternatively, there are also flight connections from various German cities to Sylt Airport. Let's move on to Sylt's beaches, which are simply unbeatable. Endless sand dunes, fine white sand and the sound of the waves make you forget the stress of everyday life. Whether for sunbathing, long walks on the beach or water sports activities - everyone will find their own personal oasis of relaxation here.


Sylt is an island full of natural wonders. The unique combination of dune landscapes, heathlands and the Wadden Sea makes it a hotspot for nature lovers. The Wadden Sea, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is home to many bird species and offers the opportunity to go on guided mudflat walks at low tide.

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The island is also a paradise for gourmets. The fresh North Sea air makes you hungry and so Sylt offers a diverse culinary scene. From freshly caught fish and regional specialties to international haute cuisine - the gastronomy on Sylt pampers the taste buds at the highest level. Art galleries, music events and museums invite you to get to know the creative side of the island. The famous “Sylt Music Festival” also attracts music lovers every year.


Sylt is rich in enchanting places and island villages that exude their very own charm. Whether it's luxurious Kampen, picturesque Wenningstedt or traditional Keitum - every place has its own special features and invites you to discover them. Boredom is not an option on Sylt. In addition to water sports, you can also go hiking, cycling or play golf on Sylt. Wellness and relaxation oases ensure relaxation, while sporting activities get the adrenaline pumping. The people of Sylt are known for their warm hospitality. The relaxed atmosphere and the North Frisian attitude to life make every visitor feel immediately at home.



The island also has a lot to offer in terms of cuisine. Sylt is famous for its fresh seafood and fish specialties. A must for gourmets is the famous “Sylter Royal”, a particularly tender and tasty oyster variety that is cultivated in the island's oyster beds. Away from the lively places, hidden oases such as the Rantum Basin or the Ellenbogen invite you to spend relaxing moments. Here you can enjoy the peace and serenity of the island to the full. Sylt is not only a vacation paradise, but also a place with a rich culture and history. Traditions such as the Biike burning, which is celebrated every year on February 21 to drive away the winter, give an insight into the life of the islanders


Conclusion: Sylt is not just an island, but a way of life. With its impressive nature, culinary delights, cultural highlights and charming places, Sylt enchants its guests and keeps them coming back. Here, dreams are washed ashore and the soul finds its inner peace. A vacation on Sylt is an unforgettable experience that will stay with you for a long time.

Plan your next vacation on the enchanting island of Sylt and let yourself be enchanted by its beauty and magic!

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