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Sylt Airport is an airport in Germany, located more exactly within the Schleswig-Holstein state, in the Nordfriesland district. As the name suggests it, Sylt Airport serves the spectacular island of Sylt in northern Germany. Sylt Airport is actually located in the municipality bearing the same name as the island, which was formed on January 1, 2009. The main airlines operating at Sylt Airport at Air Berlin, Hanseflug, Lufthansa, and Sylt Air. The island is a very popular tourist destination, but it has few inhabitants (about 21,000), which is why Sylt Airport is not very big. Regardless of whether you visit the island for personal or business purposes, you will most likely land on Sylt Airport.
Top Attractions within Sylt Airport
Kampen is one of the most popular seaside resorts on the island of Slyt. The municipality is home to numerous summer residences and villas, but it also provides numerous cultural and recreational opportunities. The Kampen wide sandy beaches are simply spectacular. The municipality also features numerous studios and art galleries, as well as a nature reserve - the Kampen decoy pond.
Westerland is the main municipality on the island, being also the northernmost town in Germany. This seaside resort is based on tourism, as many locals and foreigners come to spend their summer holiday here. The beaches here are very well maintained and feature numerous entertainment venues where people can have lots of fun.
Wenningstedt-Braderip is another municipality on the island of Sylt. You can visit here the nature reserve Braderup heath, the Denghoog dolmen, the village pond of Wenningstedt, and the numerous spas that the municipality is nationwide renowned for. The municipality also features two golf courses.
Restaurants. After leaving Sylt Airport, you must be eager to experience authentic German cuisine. Luckily, Sylt is a great provider of culinary opportunities, featuring restaurants such as Voigt's Alte Backstube (List), Sansibar (Rantum), Die Kupferkanne (Kampen), Jorg Muller (Westerland), Alte Friesenstube,, Altes Zollhaus, Web-Christel, Karsen Wulff, and many others.