The German island Sylt is the most famous and touristic island in this north European country. On the whole island you have many beautiful sandy beaches, facing towards the west, available. Towards the east there are no beaches, only towards the west. It is located in the German region Schleswig-Holstein on the west German coastline where you can experience the North sea, which is part of the Atlantic ocean. The island Sylt is accessible either by train from German mainland, by airplane or by a ferry from Denmark. The closest town to the beach is Westerland, which is also the biggest city on the island and the main logistic entry point. To get to this beach is very easy, no matter what the vehicle you are travelling with. A very large parking place is available and it takes you some 200m to reach the beach via a nice path. It is a family type beach and the surrounding is very natural, with many bushes and dunes. On the beach you have some basic beach infrastructure, a restaurant is also nearby. The beach is several kilometres long, it is more than 100 m wide and has a normal and stady inclination. The point of swim is at arround 30m. To access the beach you need to pay a beach tax of 4€ a day, but this is the obligation for every beach on the island. Close to the beach you also have a camp available.