The North Sea island of Sylt is one of Germany's most popular holiday resorts. In winter you can try the island's six beach saunas where you can sweat it out in temperatures of up to ninety degrees Celsius.
If you think of Schleswig-Holstein, you have to think of Sylt, Germany's northernmost North Sea island. If you're a beach-lover, the state actually offers two seas: the North Sea and the Baltic.
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Sylt is one of the most popular holiday islands in the German North Sea, not least because it has so much variety. Between the mudflats and the west beach, you can find your own personal highlight at any time of year.
The temperature of the North Sea is increasing with climate change. Good news for immigrant species - bad news for cold-loving residents. What else does global warming have in store for marine life of the North Sea?
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