Sylt, the Queen of the North Sea Islands
What is so unique about Sylt !!!
Quite simply, Sylt offers the perfect holiday highlight for every individual.
A lonely walk by the sea in the morning, lunch in one of the many island restaurants, marvelling at the jumps of world champion surfers in the afternoon and partying on Westerland’s party mile in the evening.
Wenningstedt not only impresses with its central location in the middle of the island of Sylt, but also offers a number of highlights. In summer, for example, Wenningstedt offers many activities for families such as the island circus or the legendary village pond festival, the dates of which have long been followed by many insiders.
Well, some love the rough sea on the west side with the dreamlike sunsets, others love the tranquillity of the Wadden Sea in the east of the island…
There is something for everyone, whether you want to stroll, go for a walk or just relax on the beach.
Anyone who has been to Sylt once is infected by this enchanting island and usually comes back again and again….
Many poets, thinkers, builders and seafarers have left their traces on Sylt – this offers new dimensions to the experience of nature and the journey through time into Sylt’s past sometimes gives the odd goosebump.
It’s too much for a single holiday anyway – you’ll probably have to come back more than once.
But you will want to anyway…
It’s not easy to lure the kids away from the fine sandy white beach, as there is the best sandcastle material, buckets of water fun and a wooden pirate ship for adventurers young and old. Try trampolining or a real career as an artist: In summer, the air of the circus wafts over the meadows of the double municipality when young artists rehearse tricks under expert guidance at the InselCircus and grandma and grandpa also make an appearance. And whether your heart beats for golf or mini-golf – here you will find the best courses for both.
Past the idyllic village pond, you can walk along wooden footpaths and narrow paths through meadows and heath to the mudflats. Experience the diversity of Sylt’s flora and fauna on guided walks or natural history bike tours, take home some good tips for the local greenery from the herb garden at the Braderup Nature Centre and use the beach chair as a box seat for the spectacle of the setting sun. Because here you have the best views and all the time in the world.