Sylt seasideSylt , Germany
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This live broadcast shows the coast of the German island of Sylt, the largest of North Frisian Islands by the North Sea. In summer, there are many people gather on the beach, which you see in the online camera. Many stroll along the comfortable wide promenade, which falls into the view of a PTZ web camera. Nearby there are restaurants and cafes.
For the first time, the amazing island from where the live stream is being conducted was mentioned in 1141.
Since the 19th century, tourism began to develop actively on Sylt. Thus, the island, whose coast is visible online, has become one of the most popular resorts in Germany.
Sylt in live camera, is rich in natural attractions, there is healing air, clear sea and 40 km of white beaches, one of which you can see in the webcam. Expensive resorts with excellent infrastructure are located along the beach area.
The island of Sylt, where there is an online broadcast on the Baltic Live Cam website, has gained popularity among fans of surfing and kite surfing. It is on Sylt that the World Windsurfing Cup is held. The west coast of the island was especially fond of surfers: here are the highest and longest waves that appear without wind. In addition, Sylt is a great place for sailing, golf, cycling and hiking.
The city of Westerland, which beach area is demonstrated in live camera, is the capital and center of vibrant life on the island of Sylt. Westerland belongs to the federal state of Schleswig-Holstein and is part of North Frisia.
The coast of Westerland stretches for 6 kilometers. Here is the famous music pavilion where various concerts are held.
The old part of the city in the live broadcast, keeps historical sights: the 17th century Gothic Saint Niels Church, the St. Nicholas Protestant Church of the early 19th century and resort premises for events, built in 1897. Of great interest to tourists are the giant green sculptures “Traveling Giants in the Wind”.
The highlight of the Sylt Island, which sea promenade is shown by an online webcam, is the picturesque village of Keitum with traditional Frisian houses of the 18th century. All buildings, surrounded by wonderful gardens, are covered with thatched roofs. Among them there is the 13th-century St. Severin Church, also antique shops and galleries are located nearby.
In cozy cafes scattered along the entire Sylt coast in this webcam, it’s comfortable to sit and admire the beautiful view of the sea and the coast of Denmark on the horizon.
In the territory of the most expensive Sylt resort of Kampen there are several interesting sights: the highest on the island 53-meter Uwe Dune, a 150-year-old lighthouse 40 meters high and the unusual Red Rock Cliff, glowing at sunset with all shades of red.
Another resort of Wenningstedt is the best place for a relaxing family vacation. There is a great wide (100 m) 2-km beach and several most popular Spa centers.
In the east of the Sylt Island with the webcam, there is a reserve territory with sandbanks with many species of birds.
The climate on the island of Sylt, where this live broadcast is conducted from, is marine and cool. In summer, the average air temperature is in the range +20 – 23 degrees. Sylt attracts tourists throughout the year, but for a beach holiday, the best time is between July and the first week of September. Weather forecast at Sylt for 7 days is available on our website online.
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