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Destinations » Germany » Sylt Travel Guide
Nature is the major draw of this North Frisian Island in the North Sea. The German island of Sylt is connected to the mainland by a narrow causeway exclusively for trains. For the past 40 years, Sylt has been the preferred playground for the rich with the wide dunes with striped lighthouses above fields of gleaming yellow rape flower.Book now, call 0207 290 1111
Westerland, Sylt's Vibrant Capital
Westerland represents the island's lively side. Its heart lies between the station and the beach, in Friedrichstraße and the street running parallel to it, Strandstraße. Here you can stroll through countless shops or sit down at one of the many inviting restaurants or cafés. Enjoy shopping at leisure with your entire family, far from the demands of everyday life. Shopping in Westerland offers something for all tastes.
Luxury Shopping in Kampen
In Kampen, shoppers shouldn't try too hard to count their pennies but go by the motto 'You have only one life to live' instead. In return, the demanding customer will find a choice that leaves nothing to be desired: exclusive boutiques, galleries and jeweller's shops that sell little and big dreams. And as there's plenty in a name, many renowned labels such as Hermes, Bogner, Cartier and Bulgari have decided to sail under their own colours and open up a branch here.
Arts and Crafts in Sylt-Ost
The rural idyll of Sylt-Ost is the island's arts and crafts centre, home to potters and weavers, goldsmiths and glass blowers, tile-makers and other artists. All of their painstakingly hand-fashioned objects - earthenware, gold and silver filigree jewellery, and mouth-blown glassware - are extraordinary one-offs. Other artisans work with wood or leather, paint silk or create expressive sculptures. Visitors often get the chance to look over the artists' shoulder while they model and mould, solder and file, forge and cut
At this restaurant enjoy tastily prepared international dishes in a friendly and cheerful atmosphere.
Franz Ganser Westerland
A bistro atmosphere with great service in this restaurant somewhat outside the town centre. Serving international and regional cuisine.
Experience the classic, stylish atmosphere of the restaurant.
A former captain's house dating from 1759, a chronicle of the island's history and an excellent archaeological section. The foyer is decorated with the bones from the lower jaw of a finwhale. The Söl'ring Foriining offices are based here.
The residence of a whaler from 1739. Original preserved furnishings, attached weaving-mill museum.