Vacation Apartment in Westerland - comfortable, bright, modern (# 4066)
Completely renovated in 2008, the residential building has four apartments located in the district of Alt-Westerland. They are no further than 2000 m to the center and the beach of Westerland. Enjoy the best conditions for a beautiful and varied holiday., key advantages: comfortable, bright, modern, 1 living/family room, , fully equipped kitchen, upgraded interiors, clean, well furnished, very comfortable, makes you feel at home, bright and inviting, There is parking in front of the house available for this object, Equipment:
There are two 3-bedroom and 2 two-room apartments.
Location Sylt Airport:
This unit is located conveniently near Sylt Airport. From Sylt Airport the distance to the unit at Culemeyerstraße 3, 25980 Westerland is about 8 km (5.0 miles), approximately a 20 minutes drive by car. In addition, there are good public transportation options available for Westerland, in case you don't want to rent a car. At the top of this page is also a map with the exact location of the object.
Rate Summary: starting prices from USD $145-$108 for 2 persons.
Additional Features: Central Heating, Television
Discover Sylt and local activities:
* Konzerte im Alten Kursaal von Klassik bis Boogie Woogie
* Sylter Lammtage im summer
* Kitesurf Worldcup Sylt in summer
* Windsurf Worldcup Sylt in fall
* Winzerfest, Harleytreffen, Weihnachtsbaden, Musikmuschelkonzerte etc.
* Fishing, ballooning, boating, bowling, fitness, golf, deep sea fishing trips, bowling, rock climbing, horse-drawn carriage, mini-golf, horse riding, sauna, swimming, sailing, shopping, sightseeing, snowboarding, squash, surfing, diving, tennis, thermal baths, hiking, water skiing
More travel info about Westerland: If the north German coast appeals to you, consider visiting Westerland, Schleswig-Holstein, located on the Island of Sylt. It is considered Germany's northernmost town, and it has been dubbed the "Beverly Hills" of Germany because of its popularity among the wealthy. Westerland dates back to the 1460s, but it first became a seaside resort in the 1850s. Today, the town mainly thrives on tourism, attracting over 100,000 visitors annually. When planning your trip to Sylt, keep in mind that the island can only be reached by a shuttle train that carries cars and tourists across the water. Once you get to Westerland, you will find plenty to do. There is a 5-mi. long beach and a 2-mi. promenade area. You will easily find your unique spot on the beach, which features over 3,000 beach cabanas. If you can time your visit for late September, make sure to watch some of the Windsurf World Cup Sylt sporting event. Young and old alike will enjoy the Sylt Aquarium with its collection of over 150 types of fish and over 2,000 marine animals. Local historic sites include the old St. Niels village church, the Old Frisian House in Keitum, and archaeological tours of the island's megalith burial areas. The Sylt Tourism Office operates the Villa Kunterbunt, a childcare facility that offers special programming for children. Parents and kids will love this special option! After a day on the beach, you may also wish to take in a live music concert on the "shell" stage that sits right on the beach promenade. Music, stars, and the sea - what could be more perfect? If you feel you need to leave Sylt for a while, Husum and Kiel are the closest larger cities.