Garni Hansa

Dunenstr. 10, Schleswig-Holstein, 25996, Germany
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Nice gardens in Keitum, the green villageNice gardens in Keitum, the green village

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Sight on the dike of Rantum-beckenSight on the dike of Rantum-becken

Forum Posts

Where should we stay

by kgraves

I am going with a group to Germany for the World Cup in June/July 2006. We have some time to spare and would like to travel around Germany. I have found a beautiful place called Sylt - in particular, Kampen.

I would like some help in finding a place to stay in this town (Kampen) or anywhere else which would be good to see. We are aged between 24-28 so something fun and outdoors is good.

I have found plenty of general information on Sylt but am having trouble with accommodation.

Thank you for your help.

RE: Where should we stay

by abalada

Sylt is a classical vacation island. I guess most Germans book there when departing already for the next year or between Christmas and New Year. And if it comes to vacation appartments etc. in such places, they are normally not interested at all if guests want to stay only short. Maybe if the have a gap of a few days - but this is exactly what they like to avoid.

http://www.kampen.de/index.php/content/view/full/60
Ortsplan = street map
Gastgeberverzeichnis = list of accommodations
XYsuche = search for free XY
XYliste = list of all XY

You can also send Kampen tourist office just a mail with your request
info@kampen.de

Campsite Kampen
http://www.campen-in-kampen.de/
plus some 6 others on Sylt
http://www.meer-sylt.de/download/Camping.pdf

There are also 3 youth hostels on Sylt, but not directly in Kampen.
Westerland
http://old.web02.djh.de/international/html/01-hostels/extended_jh.jsp?IDJH=667
Hörnum
http://old.web02.djh.de/international/html/01-hostels/extended_jh.jsp?IDJH=526
List
http://old.web02.djh.de/international/html/01-hostels/extended_jh.jsp?IDJH=534

RE: Where should we stay

by Barca42

I wouldn't recommend Sylt. It's very expensive and people are kinda snobby. U should better go to Sankt Peter-Ording! It has a huge beach and you can do all kinds of surfing there (Kite, Wind, Buggy,...). Besides, it is cheaper and camping is no problem and all. You could even do a day-trip to Sylt as it is only 2-3 hours far away as u are interested in the little island.
Further visits should be done to Hamburg, of course! It's one of the most beautiful towns in Germany!!!When you will be going to the south be sure to have a short stay in Celle - its oldest parts are over a 1000 years old and there are beautiful old framework buildings and a nice castle in the center. Just browse these pages to get an impression:

http://www.celle.de/index_2.phtml?La=2&start=1

http://81.169.188.201/tzspo-strand/information-in-english.html
(just click on the link "Strand" ---> "Sportarten" and you will find all possibilities.) Maybe you also wanna do a "Wattwanderung" which is a trip to the banks within the tide. It's hard to explain so just check this page and decide on yourself whether you are interested in it or not: http://81.169.188.201/tzspo-strand/wattenmeer-stpeterording-nordsee.html

I hope this was some sort of help. If you would like to have more recommendations just post it. Also if you would like some tips for the south (Munich, region of Frankfurt etc)!

Cheers,

Chris

Travel Tips for Sylt

Watch the moon comes up

by janvanommen

When the moon rises in the east, there is a possibility to sea the moon comes up over the waddensea!.
The dike on the outskirts of Rantum is a good place where you have a good view
when the moon rises 'out of the sea'.

http://hemel.waarnemen.com/applets/oponder.cgi

On the above website you can find the time when the moon rises.

Wind and Sea! This is Sylt!

by blagarrett99

"Westerland, Bahnhof."

Sylt is the most northern in Germany. It is also the last stop for the DB - the train of Germany. You can not drive on to Sylt, you must board the Auto Train and let the DB take you across the land bridge. This little 40k long island is very close to Denmark and the island of Romo. Sylt's main city is Westerland and is both charming and tourisy at the same time.
There are plenty of things to explore in this little city but everyone is there for the beaches.
Here you can find the best white sand beaches. I am surprised that more people do not recomend this wonderful island for a holiday. You can come to Sylt and spend as much money or as little as you wish. We found wonderful campgrounds with sites up in the dunes for very low prices. We didnt even bother to bring our own food and cook at our campsite. Prices of food were so very reasonable at places like GOSH (fresh fish) that we just rode our bikes daily into Westerland for a good dinner.
Breakfast was at a wonderful bakery in Rantum. Huge slices of cakes, cheese breads or ham filled rolls along with a cup of hot cocoa or coffee started the day off for us.

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