The island of Sylt, Germany's northernmost tip, is well-known its pristine beaches, thatched-roof houses and spectacular dune landscape. The west side of Sylt meets the waves of the North Sea, while the east side faces the quiet Wadden Sea. On a sunny day, you can see Denmark from here.
Sylt is also famous for its nude beaches; after all, the island opened the first official nude beach in Germany in 1920.
Take a visual tour over the island and enjoy photos of Sylt's beauty.
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