The island of Sylt is Germany's most northern point, lying off
the northwestern coast in the North Sea. The island boasts some
lovely sandy beaches and stunning views, and its main town,
Westerland, has become a popular seaside resort. The island also
has miles of bicycle paths meandering through pine forests. The
island offers plenty of entertainment for tourists, including
shops, spas and exclusive restaurants. Trains arrive several times
a day from Hamburg. The island is connected to the mainland by the
six-mile (10km) long Hindenburgdamm bridge.
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