Sylt's beaches are a dream. On more than 40 kilometers of the finest sandy beach, everyone will be happy 365 days a year: discovering nature, surfing or letting your soul dangle. Do you know which beach type you are? Then we will show you where to find your personal beach happiness on Sylt.
1 For beachcomber
Splashing and manking are among the favorite activities in your travel group? Then you're probably one of the many families taking Germany's northernmost beaches by storm. Sylt's family beaches are easily accessible with children, safe and clean. Both in case of hunger and other needs, a solution can be found quickly. For example, the east of Hörnum beach on the southern tip of Sylt is exceptionally family-friendly. Here, on the tidal flat side of the island, the water is wonderfully shallow and the current is low. Little beach mermaids and would-be pirates will not only find perfect bathing conditions there, but also plenty of adventure: during an exciting guided tour of the mudflats, colorful rubber boots wander through smacking mud and thick worms through curious hands. Those who still have energy after such an exciting adventure tour can get rid of it at the trampoline and beach volleyball facility directly on the beach. On the west coast near Wenningstedt-Baderup, big and small beachcombers whiz down a 26-meter-long slide straight into the sandy fun. Since the beach there is nice and long and wide, there's no sardine can feeling even in high season. Good to know: At numerous beach sections on Sylt, in addition to mom and dad, the full-time and volunteer lifeguards of the DLRG watch over the young and old bathers. Those who have party fun in mind will find what they are looking for at Fun Beach in Westerland. There is no room for boredom amid the hustle and bustle of the wide range of entertainment on offer. A special attraction is the music shell on the promenade. From classical to pop, you can listen to a wide variety of music events here or celebrate New Year's Eve - open air at the sea - into the New Year.