Sun! Sand! Sea! Wind! Fresh fish! A summer delight!
Windy,rude tourist office staff..
PERLE BETWEEN NORDSEA AND WADDENSEA
Magnificent Friesian homes and quaint Thatched roofs, rustic stone walls and winding paths, the silhouette of the dike on the south and north of the Wadden Sea: Keitum isn unquestionably one of the most beautiful villages on Sylt . Once the retirement home for Sylter Masters contends that the secluded place today, the apt nickname "The green heart...more
Cycling on Sylt is fun.Startingpoint for this route is the harbour-kiosk in Rantum.You can start here with a fresh cup of coffe, or f.i. thea, and then on the top of the dike cycleto the left on the dike.On your left hand the Rantum-becken. This lake was made for the waterplanes in theearlier years of 1930. And on your right hand the Waddensea....more
Cycling on Sylt is fun.Enjoy the sceneric landscape when you cycle to the south. On the right hand the dunes, and on your left hand magnificient views on the wadden sea. When you start in Westerland there are nice cycle-path along the road.Take from Rantum to Hörnum the gravelpath that follows the old railway path to the south.The gravel is ok for...more
To get to the nearby Danish island Rømø , you have to take the ferry. It leaves from List on the northern end of Sylt, and arrives at the town of Havneby on Rømø. It leaves about every 1½ hour, and the trip takes 30 minutes. It is possible to bring your car, but I think the best way to explore Rømø is by bicycle. For a return ticket the fare is...more
When you come from the south of Germany, Hamburg f.i. you must travel by car to Niebüll.There is the station for the train which goes over the Hindenburgdamm to Sylt.There are no raods on the damm so this is the only way to travel from Niebüll to Sylt.When your car is on the top of the train you have a beautiful view on the landscapewhen the train...more
Sylt is ideal to get around on bicycle. We brought our own bikes on the ferry, but we saw places, that rented out bikes. We started out in List and then went to Kampen, from where we vent back to List. We wanted to go to Westerland, but thought it was to long a ride. On the way back we noticed that the bus had a box on the back, where you could put...more
You will find the shop in the ALTE TONNENHALLE.The Hall is in the harboeur of List in the nothern part of SYLT. The shop has a great collesction of Travelbooks of Sylt.Also thrillers of Sylt, cycle maps etc etc. Books of Sylt: -Sylt -Gebrauchsanweisung für Sylt -Inselkoller - etc etcmore
ALTE TONNENHALLE (The Barrel Hall)Die "Alte Tonnenhalle" steht auf dem Platz der ehemaligen Tonnen- und Bootshalle des alten Lister Hafens. The ALTE TONNENHALLE stands on the site of the former boat hall and tons of old Lister port. Here boats are used to buoys and have been stored. She was an active part of the Lister port operations and as such...more
When you walk on the beach or on the boulevards of Westerland: watch out for the Seagulls!!
The where very brutal and pick your hamburgers, or anything you eat out of your hands
when you don't expect it!!
Unique Suggestions: Dont eat and walk on the same time.
Fun Alternatives: Never throw bread our anything else towards the seagulls.
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'.
On the above website you can find the time when the moon rises.