Sylt not only invites you to stroll along the promenade, you can also do many water sports on the island.
Surfing & Wave Riding
Every year the Windsurf World Cup takes place on Sylt. But also for non-professionals there are many possibilities to surf on the North Sea island. Whether you want to stand on a "normal" surfboard or prefer windsurfing or kiting, the surf off Sylt offers many possibilities.
Sailing & Stand-up Paddling
Those who prefer sailing will also find what they are looking for on Sylt: There are several sailing schools that offer courses for beginners and advanced sailors. You can find further information here: www.sylt.de/wassersport Have you ever heard of stand-up paddling (SUP for short)? This sport from Hawaii has now arrived in Germany and can be learned on Sylt. Whether you are a beginner or an advanced paddler, SUP is fun for everyone and is a completely new way to explore the North Sea.
Water sports on Heligoland
Heligoland also offers water sports enthusiasts a wide range of sporting opportunities. Discover some activities for your holiday here.
Surfing on Heligoland
Surfers get their money's worth on the north beach of the dune: Here you can ride the waves and compete with the Heligoland surf. As there is unfortunately no surf equipment rental on the island, you have to bring your own equipment.