• Beach chairs with Red Cliff near Kampen on the island of Sylt, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany

    Tourist Information


Provided by: Michael Thaler/Shutterstock.com

A comprehensive, up-to-date travel guide for your selected destination showing you the best do and see activities, restaurants, cafés, nightlife, shopping and much more.

*this will be downloaded as a PDF.

Price €3,95

Good to Know

Good to Know

All visitors to Sylt are charged a resort tax called a Kurtaze that is spent on keeping the island beautiful and clean. In return, you receive a Kurkarte, or resort card, which gives you access to the beaches and discounts at museums. If you’re staying at a hotel, the Kurtaze is normally added to the room rate. If you are a day-tripper to the island, you will need to buy a day pass, Tageskarte, from one of the kiosks that can be found along near the beaches. Naturism is quite popular in this part of the world, so those wanting to go au naturel or those of a modest nature should remember that beaches labelled FKK are designated for naturists.
Read more
View Tourist Information on map