From List to Hörnum.

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Island villages


Germany’s high end – List is both Sylt’s and Germany’s northernmost village and completely surrounded by the beauties of the North Sea: a spectacular dune landscape with Germany’s only shifting sand dunes and the secluded beaches. Particularly appealing in July and August when the moorlands flourish. A further must see is Germany’s exclusive and northernmost fish shop: Gosch at the List harbour.

  • The "Ellenbogen"

    The northernmost dune area of the island is called the "Ellenbogen" (the Elbow); it is a spit created by the accumulation of sand from the sea.  Due to the currents, it is not advisable to swim here. The Danish island of Rømø lies just under four kilometres to the north-east. And keep in mind: in order to conveniently reach the beach with a car, you'll have to pay a toll on the last leg of the journey.

  • Excursions to Rømø

    You can take a trip to Denmark with the Sylt ferry from List harbour. The island of Rømø is connected to the mainland via a 10 kilometre long causeway. The fishing harbour of Havenby makes for a great stroll, since a large fleet of fishing and crabbing cutters are anchored here.  Rømø beach is the broadest beach on the North Sea.



See and be seen! Kampen is a cosmopolitan place with exclusive boutiques surrounded by picturesque reed-thatched cottages. The atmosphere is topped off by its breathtaking setting in the heaths and dunes. Enjoy a glass of champagne in the famed Gogärtchen, the legendary restaurant in the artistically designed garden at the Kupferkanne, or dance at the Pony until the sun comes up over the Rotes Kliff again. Whether you're looking for something elegant or down-to-earth – Kampen is a must!


Along with a beach promenade to bring out the flâneur in you, the island’s unofficial capital features a pedestrian area with elegant shops, cafés and restaurants. Classic seaside resort architecture rubs shoulders with apartment blocks, the romance of the beach with urban flair. If you've had enough of the peaceful island idyll, Westerland has a variety of entertainment options: concerts in the performance shell right by the sea, beach parties and winter swimming on New Year’s Day. Night-life is also buzzing here, in many small clubs and bars around Friedrichstraße – the very heart of the town centre.


The most beautiful village on the island – once the home of sea captains. Centuries-old reed-thatched houses and peaceful, idyllic streets are characteristic of this place. Over the years, exclusive boutiques and many art galleries have opened their doors in the area. Keitum is best explored on foot in order to truly enjoy its charms. The yearly Keitum Biikebrennen bonfire celebration takes place at the end of each February.


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