Art and culture, nightlife and legends are united under thatched roofs. The lighthouse appears in a black & white robe and the Red Cliff shines in the evening sun: Kampen is Sylt’s elegant address - and with good reason.
Small but exquisite. Select yet open. Stylish yet charming. This is Kampen, probably Germany’s most famous village, made popular over the past decades by its numerous well-known visitors who come here for the unique natural scenery: fragrant heather and the tidal mudflats of the Wattenmeer to the east, and the wild waves of the North Sea and fine sandy beaches to the west. Kampen gracefully combines tradition and the modern age.
It is a place to explore music and literature and to be seduced by sublime nature: the incomparable golden glow of the Red Cliff at sunset. The legendary “Whisky Mile” with its famous clubs is an eye-catcher. Life moves to a unique rhythm here at any time of day or night, whether it’s for a romantic dinner or a party till sunrise. Germany’s northernmost golf course is an unmissable treat: tee off within view of the Kampen lighthouse and the tidal mudflats.