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The long dunes of the Wadden Sea, the famous Nordic Walking Park for real nature lovers and the Zanzibar as a popular cult restaurant; on Sylt a holiday becomes a real experience and reveals the most beautiful sides of the North Sea. Small hotels are the perfect accommodation on the North Frisian Island. The beautifully furnished rooms, the family atmosphere and the great location of the hotels are the ideal temporary home away from home, so that a holiday on Sylt remains unforgettable.

Small Hotels Sylt

Small and fine, cosy and familiar; this is the best way to describe small hotels on Sylt. As the largest German North Sea island, it is one of the absolute holiday-favourites and shines with beautiful natural landscapes, dream beaches and the typical North Sea feeling. Small hotels are the perfect place to relax comfortably in a homely atmosphere and with love for detail. The mostly family-run houses are authentic and uncrowded, which promises peace and idyll. Small hotels are mostly located near the sea and in the most beautiful places on the North Frisian Island. Whether in summer for a beach holiday, a trip with the whole family or rather out of season for a wellness- and cure weekend, Sylt is definitely worth a visit and fascinates holidaymakers with its long coasts, the red and white lighthouses and the legendary Wadden Sea.

Small hotels on Sylt: The most important regions & places at a glance

The most beautiful sights and beaches on Sylt: The Wadden Sea, Zanzibar & Westerland

Those who spend their holidays on Sylt can expect not only a nice stay in a small hotel, but also get to see some of the most beautiful places on the North Sea. These include the Wadden Sea, which is located on the east coast of the island and is a real highlight of a holiday on Sylt. Long dunes, a species-rich flora and fauna, the interplay of ebb and flow and huge salt marshes make up the Wadden Sea on the North Sea, which has been a UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site since 2009 and is a protected national park. Guided mudflat walks show holidaymakers the fascinating world in the area, so that they can witness the unbelievably beautiful natural spectacle of the Wadden Sea for themselves. Thus, those who stay in a small hotel should in any case take a day to view this beautiful jewel of the North Sea. The west coast of Sylt also has a lot to offer: The long sandy beaches of Westerland invite you to take long walks and are popular bathing spots during the summer months. Restaurants and cafés on the beach promenades make Westerland a lively place day and night, where real islanders and holidaymakers come together and enjoy life. Sylt is also home to the famous Zanzibar, which is one of the island’s favourites with its culinary offerings and has become a real cult restaurant in recent years.

Popular activities on Sylt: Nordic walking, golf & surfing

A little exercise won’t hurt. Whether you are on Sylt during the summer or plan your holiday in the colder months; the island offers many opportunities for outdoor sports. Surfers, for example, will find Lister Ellenbogen Strand in the north of Sylt, which offers perfect surfing conditions and is a real magnet for water sports fans in summer. You can also play golf on the island. The various golf courses on Sylt are well equipped and usually offer golfers a wonderful view of the Wadden Sea. Those who like hiking can try out Nordic Walking on Sylt. There is a large Nordic Walking park on the island, which is known for its beautiful landscapes and the different levels of difficulty, both for experienced Nordic Walkers and for newcomers to the field. After a day of activity and exercise, you can relax a little in your own small hotel; the hotel’s beautiful rooms and common areas make it possible.

Recreation and wellness on Sylt: Thalasso therapies, relaxation massages & health cures

A holiday on Sylt is automatically associated with wellness, relaxation and support for health. Many people consciously choose a spa holiday or a wellness weekend on the island; the health-promoting North Sea climate and the wellness therapies on offer are very popular and are known for their effectiveness. In addition to the classic relaxation massages, beauty treatments and detox cures, the North Sea is especially known for its famous thalassotherapy. This is based on natural elements of salt air, sea water as well as algae, mud and sunlight and serves for regeneration and health promotion. In your selected small hotel you can get advice on this and find out where the island’s best recreational possibilities are.

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