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Activities around your holiday home on Sylt
Make big waves... on land and in water... by foot. By bike. On horseback. On the green. Between Morsum Cliff and Morsum golf course there are a thousand and one opportunities for fabulous experiences. For little moments of happiness that no one can take away from you. Discover our tips for wonderfully exciting or effortlessly laid-back activities around the SalzWasserHerz. Got more questions? Then feel free to fire away! Our hosts are on hand at all times with help in word and deed and authentic insider tips.
Water on! Swimming and water sports
On the North Sea coast... on the Low German beach - it’s not just the fish that are seldom on land. Water rats and bathing belles are in their element in the nearby swimming spot site of Morsum. Awful weather? Or snow flurries? Then it’s time to pay a visit to the Sylter Welle leisure pool and sauna landscape. Here you can swim in genuine North Sea water. Which, of course, is lovely and warm. You’ll also have fun aplenty kite- and windsurfing and sailing and fishing. Whatever the season.
On shanks’s pony. Walking and hiking
Tie those laces a little tighter... Take a deep breath... And off we go! The saltwater air doesn’t just do wonders for city lungs, it also invigorates the senses and drives you on. To go for early-morning barefoot runs on deserted beaches. To embark on hikes of discovery on the Morsum Cliff Loop or on the Whalewatch Trail. To do endless walks where you’re free to simply wander without a destination.
Happiness on the green. Morsum golf course
Tee off in a glorious setting... on the most stunning green for miles around... got your favourite putter to hand? Then it’s off to one of Sylt’s four golf courses. Just a golf ball’s throw away is Morsum golf course. Beautifully nestled amid the island landscape. It’s a prime destination for passionate golfers. On working days and in the off-season outside guests are also very welcome. On request we’ll be happy to reserve you a starting time on Morsum Golf Course ahead of your arrival.
By bike around the island. Cycling on Sylt
From north to south… once straight across… with or without electronic assistance… however and wherever you prefer to cycle, you can have the time of your life on more than 200 kilometres of cycle trails. And discover the loveliest spots on Sylt while you’re at it. With nary a car in sight. Can we arrange a bike rental for you? It’ll be our pleasure! From the classic Sylt cycle to fully electric bikes, we’ve got plenty up our sleeve.
Horsepower. Riding, driving and polo
Saddle up... Trot off... And forget all of your worries… On Sylt riders can execute the loveliest half-passes. There are more than 30 designated bridle paths in the immediate vicinity. From Tinnum and Keitum there are guided beach rides. Prefer a box seat to a saddle? Then a carriage trip to Keitum is right up your street. Out in front: Four placid Schleswig Coldbloods. At the legendary German Polo Masters on Sylt there are lively Argentine polo horses to admire. And a little less chic but no less spectacular: Sylt's traditional ring riding tournaments.
Flora and fauna. Natural experiences
It's lovely to be nearby... but to be right at the heart of things is much lovelier... This is exactly where your holiday home on Sylt is located. In the North Sea natural paradise. Between heath and the Wadden Sea experts accompany you on exciting excursions. In this spot we’d really like to find a place in your affections for the Wadden Sea Conservation Station. The Naturgewalten Sylt natural phenomena experience centre enables you to experience natural and weather phenomena at close quarters. In Tinnum Zoo and Sylt Aquarium you can admire fascinating four-legged specimens and pterygiophores.
Ohmmmm! Relaxation and wellness
Beauty comes from within… But sometimes from outside too… One way or another: Sylt is a really great place to relax and recharge your batteries. You can really work up a sweat in the beach sauna. Or doing SUP yoga in the Sylter Welle aquatic centre. And anyone who prefers to salute the sun from a mat will find plenty of Ohmmm with us too. Keen on sea salt, thalasso and fango? Then we definitely recommend the Syltness Center in Westerland and the Day Spa in Keitum. Not exotic enough? That's no problem - because ayurveda, shiatsu, lomi lomi nui and other treatments are offered here too. Don’t want to leave your holiday home on Sylt? Well you don’t have to.
Our hosts are more than happy to bring the best wellness and beauty experts to you at home.
Children, children! Sylt for little ones
Ahoy, little pirates... Hello, you little mermaids... We’re off on an adventure, you explorers... Boredom? It’s an alien concept on Sylt. Because little whirlwinds want to have a whale of a time on holiday, the island has come up with a few ideas. In the colourful Villa Kunterbunt playground, for example, where the clue is in the name. With a pirate play area, Viking meeting place and parent-free zone. Little ones are also well catered for in the Inselcircus circus playground. Because hand on heart: adults don’t always have to be around everywhere, do they? Older kids can romp in the Sylt4Fun indoor activity centre. Here they can enjoy bouldering, trampolining, air hockey and other pursuits.
Pure peace and a touch of hygge. Winter enchantment on Sylt.
Anyone can do Sylt in summertime... But Sylt in winter is for those in the know... For aficionados... For anyone who likes the special things in life. And likes things to be hyggly. From December to the start of January Sylt’s winter market is a captivating destination. Wrapped up warm and fortified with glühwein and punch, it’s time for a winter mudflat tour. Until Father Frost is officially driven out on 21 February. With torches and kale at the traditional “biikebrennen” bonfire celebration. In fact: We find that Sylt is especially worth seeing from November to March. You can look forward to deserted beaches. Spending cosy hours in restaurants and bars. Or sitting by a crackling open fire in your holiday home on Sylt.