Sylt is the largest German North Sea island with an unusual shape and many faces:
In the west, the sound of the sea and music wash over the sandy beaches. Here you can plunge into the full island life, have a chic and beautiful stroll.
In the east, by contrast: thatched Frisian houses duck between the dunes into the heath valleys with a view of the Schleswig-Holstein Wadden Sea National Park, which has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Here, Sylt's beauty unfolds in a way that makes artists, photographers, and poets rave.
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The Hindenburg Dam is the umbilical cord to the mainland. Island-loving tourists can only reach Sylt via this route, by plane or ferry from Denmark. The ALPEN-SYLT Nachtexpress transports visitors comfortably overnight to Sylt. Guests who prefer to travel by their own car can take the blue AUTOZUG Sylt from Niebüll.
Quietly located in the southern, charming part of Tinnum, in a village setting where horse-drawn carriages roll through the countryside, the salt marshes offer numerous cycling and hiking opportunities and the western beach is within reach, you will find Landhaus TRESKERSAND, which was restored and renovated in 2012 into an exclusive thatched vacation home for discerning guests. The German Tourism Association has rewarded the house with 5 stars for this. Nobly and stylishly furnished vacation apartments (see below) with their own south and south-west facing garden areas (see above) leave nothing to be desired. Arrival with the ALPEN-SYLT Nachtexpress.
The provider regiomaris organizes complete packages with a journey in the ALPEN-SYLT Nachtexpress and stays on the North Sea islands Pellworm, Sylt or in Leck on the mainland.
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