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Sylt / Kampen (Germany)

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Sylt / Kampen , Germany

Can be very tough in onshore winds to get out, due to the shore break. From 3-4m big waves with lots of power to small choppy waves. 3m tide. Be aware of long rock lines (ca. 20m into the sea) every 100-200m from Westerland to Kampen. You can't see them while high tide! But they are marked with a sign on the beach. Strong current when its coming from South or North. Long beach with perfect white sand, no rocks. Main direction from West. Fall and autumn best winds, can be very strong. Normally good winds all-year with exception of the summer. Sideshore is NNE and SSW.

Practical Information

How to get there: Sylt is an island in the North Sea, next to the border with Denmark. By train to Westerland. By car to Niebuell, then on a train shuttle to Westerland or to Romo (Denmark), then by ferry to List/Sylt. The ferry is cheaper, the car train is very expensive! Drive North from Westerland and follow the signs to Kampen. Turn to the beach in Kampen or behind.

Amenities: Shower,Toilet,Food,Parking

Activities: Kitesurf,Windsurf,Surf (Intermediate,Expert)

More info: Watch the wave breakers in the water.

Type: Island

Weather: German summers last from June to September (water 16-20°C, air 15-25°C), shorty or short arm wetsuit recommended. Before and after get a warm wetsuit! Water drops to 4°C in November to February. Main season April-November, off-season possible, but very cold.

Nearest town or city: Hamburg,Kampen (Sylt)

Night life: Smallin Kampen and Westerland, mainly in summer.

Water conditions: chop, small wave (<1m), medium wave (1-3m), cloudy

Beach: big beach made of sand

Winds: Frontal Winds, SW,WSW,W,WNW,NW

Dangers: Currents,Wave Breakers/Groynes

High season: July,August

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Sylt / Kampen , Germany

Can be very tough in onshore winds to get out, due to the shore break. From 3-4m big waves with lots of power to small choppy waves. 3m tide. Be aware of long rock lines (ca. 20m into the sea) every 100-200m from Westerland to Kampen. You can't see them while high tide! But they are marked with a sign on the beach. Strong current when its coming from South or North. Long beach with perfect white sand, no rocks. Main direction from West. Fall and autumn best winds, can be very strong. Normally good winds all-year with exception of the summer. Sideshore is NNE and SSW.

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