A star amid the sand dunes.
The foaming breakers hit the beach and the south-westerly gusts of wind toss the marram grass. Once you’ve found a wind sheltered spot, though, like the terrace of Germany’s most famous beach restaurant Sansibar, the sun’s rays are warm and you can sit back and enjoy the holiday on the North Sea island of Sylt.
Landlord Herbert Seckler offers delicious food and drinks there. His cuisine has a reputation that extends far beyond the island. Legends surround the treasures he keeps in his wine cellar, for which he is the envy of many a restaurant elsewhere in the country.