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Around one million farmed oysters are produced at his workplace, the Dittmeyer’s oyster company in List on Sylt.

Around one million farmed oysters are produced at his workplace, the Dittmeyer’s oyster company in List on Sylt.

Who of the colleagues has to sip the daily quality sample will be drawn by lot. “” With time you don’t really enjoy eating them anymore, “” he smiles. Around one million farmed oysters are produced at his workplace, the Dittmeyer’s oyster company in List on Sylt. The saplings come from Ireland and are about the size of a two euro coin.

© Kathrin Gulnerits

They are stored in sacks on the oyster tables in the middle of the Wadden Sea for about three years until they have reached the retail weight – 70 to 90 grams. Every day at low tide, Schmidt and his colleagues go out to the Wadden Sea. In the past, shellfish were twisted and shaken in their plastic bags so that they didn’t grow together. That doesn’t happen anymore today. In winter, the farmed oysters are brought ashore, stored in huge tanks and those that have grown together are separated by hand. They are sold for 1.50 euros each. In addition to the “” Sylter Royal “” there is also the “” Sylter Wilde “”, which can grow for any length of time in the Wadden Sea and thus sometimes weighs up to 750 grams. Cost: 2.40 euros.

Voracious seal

The “” Sylter Royal “” belongs to Sylt as well as the highest point on the island, the 52 meter high Uwe dune, the breathtaking red cliff, endless white beaches, the Wadden Sea, an over 100 year old lighthouse and gray seal Willi, which has been has lived in the Hörnum harbor basin for more than 20 years. Willi weighs more than 200 kilograms and is actually a you. Day after day she and her friend Sylta appear in the harbor basin, to the delight of tourists (and the beach shack that sells the fish feed for Willi). By the way, your conspecifics can be visited on a boat trip to the seal banks.

© iStockPhoto.com

If you want to understand the history of Sylt with its 20,000 inhabitants, you should pay a visit to the picture-book village of Keitum – for tourist guide and book author Silke von Bremen (“” Instructions for Sylt “”) the most beautiful village on the island. “” Every house tells a story, “” she explains, pointing to the numbers above the entrances: 1739, 1759, 1786. “” 80 percent of the houses were built during this period – by ship captains and whalers. Today many are under monument protection and cost a small fortune. “” The streets have unusual names and of course also reveal something about their former residents: “” Takerwai “” means thatched roofers. And Keitum recently added another attraction: a minibus with space for eight people drives autonomously through the village – and makes u. a. at the entrance to the gourmet shop of star chef Johannes King Halt. A worthwhile stop. In the small shop and the even smaller restaurant, only what the island has to offer is available for the season – salt marsh herbs, for example, or the dog rose, which is not exactly popular with nature conservationists but is widespread on the island. “” Fish, strawberries and asparagus have a season – and that is not twelve months.writing 123 We live this cycle of nature, “” says King, who once worked as an intern at the Oberlaa pastry shop in Vienna. A visit to the small tea room just a few meters away is worthwhile, but less healthy. The house specialty is the Friesentorte – a dream cake made of puff pastry, cream and plum jam.

Goosebumps feeling

Those who want to get rid of the pounds that have been fed are spoiled for choice on Sylt: around half of the island is protected. On the one hand, the Wadden Sea invites you to go on endless walks (you are welcome to walk along alone, but only with a guide, please); on the other hand there are around 40 kilometers of sandy beaches. Endless, flawless, snow-white. Even in midsummer, when 950,000 tourists overrun the island, you can walk for miles without meeting anyone, the locals promise. According to island connoisseurs, those looking for solitude are in good hands on the beach on Ellenbogen List, a narrow and elongated peninsula (with two lighthouses). The definitely northernmost beach in Germany is considered by many to be the most beautiful on the island, although bathing is taboo due to the current.

© Kathrin Gulnerits

The jump into the sea off Sylt costs anyway – more than 18.19 degrees of water temperature are rarely measured. Nature lovers will also get their money’s worth on the Morsum cliff in the east. Guided tours through the nature reserve are offered here – past the dune valley of Little Africa, past cinnamon berries, heathland and rock formations. And past ten million years of geological history, as Juliane tells of the Sylt nature conservation community. If you are more interested in coastal demolitions and sand flushing, you should take a walk to Hörnum-Odde with geologist Ekkehard Klatt: Is the find from the beach just a smooth, old shard of glass or a flint, 65 million years old? Klatt is guaranteed to know the answer.

At sunset it goes – so much Sylt cliché must be – in the most famous beach hut on the island. The Zanzibar in Rantum is perched on a dune. The wine cellar contains around 30,000 bottles; Rarities cost up to 20,000 euros. Caviar and oysters are served on the table. And of course rice pudding with red grits (sounds strange, but it’s good) and the famous currywurst, but please with truffle fries.

This article originally appeared in the print edition of News (28/2019)!

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A touch of chic, wild nature, beautiful sandy beaches and an amazing number of sunny days: the North Sea island of Sylt has many sides that are worth discovering – not only, but especially in the summer months.

Don’t swallow! Chew! Best of all ten times! “” Calls out Ulf. And promises: “” Then they taste like a cucumber, with a slightly nutty finish. Only sea water tastes like fish. “” Ulf Schmidt is one of four oyster fishermen in Germany – and therefore knows how to eat an oyster. That’s why he’s no longer torn. Who of the colleagues has to sip the daily quality sample will be drawn by lot. “” With time you don’t really enjoy eating them anymore, “” he smiles. Around one million farmed oysters are produced at his workplace, the Dittmeyer’s oyster company in List on Sylt. The saplings come from Ireland and are about the size of a two euro coin.

© Kathrin Gulnerits

They are stored in sacks on the oyster tables in the middle of the Wadden Sea for about three years until they have reached the retail weight – 70 to 90 grams. Every day at low tide, Schmidt and his colleagues go out to the Wadden Sea. In the past, shellfish were twisted and shaken in their plastic bags so that they didn’t grow together. That doesn’t happen anymore today. In winter, the farmed oysters are brought ashore, stored in huge tanks and those that have grown together are separated by hand. They are sold for 1.50 euros each. In addition to the “” Sylter Royal “” there is also the “” Sylter Wilde “”, which can grow for any length of time in the Wadden Sea and thus sometimes weighs up to 750 grams. Cost: 2.40 euros.

Voracious seal

The “” Sylter Royal “” belongs to Sylt as well as the highest point on the island, the 52 meter high Uwe dune, the breathtaking red cliff, endless white beaches, the Wadden Sea, an over 100 year old lighthouse and gray seal Willi, which has been has lived in the Hörnum harbor basin for more than 20 years. Willi weighs more than 200 kilograms and is actually a you. Day after day she and her friend Sylta appear in the harbor basin, to the delight of tourists (and the beach shack that sells the fish feed for Willi). By the way, your conspecifics can be visited on a boat trip to the seal banks.

© iStockPhoto.com

If you want to understand the history of Sylt with its 20,000 inhabitants, you should pay a visit to the picture-book village of Keitum – for tourist guide and book author Silke von Bremen (“” Instructions for Sylt “”) the most beautiful village on the island. “” Every house tells a story, “” she explains, pointing to the numbers above the entrances: 1739, 1759, 1786. “” 80 percent of the houses were built during this period – by ship captains and whalers. Today many are under monument protection and cost a small fortune. “” The streets have unusual names and of course also reveal something about their former residents: “” Takerwai “” means thatched roofers. And Keitum recently added another attraction: a minibus with space for eight people drives autonomously through the village – and makes u. a. at the entrance to the gourmet shop of star chef Johannes King Halt. A worthwhile stop. In the small shop and the even smaller restaurant, only what the island has to offer is available for the season – salt marsh herbs, for example, or the dog rose, which is not exactly popular with nature conservationists but is widespread on the island. “” Fish, strawberries and asparagus have a season – and that is not twelve months. We live this cycle of nature, “” says King, who once worked as an intern at the Oberlaa pastry shop in Vienna. A visit to the small tea room just a few meters away is worthwhile, but less healthy. The house specialty is the Friesentorte – a dream cake made of puff pastry, cream and plum jam.

Goosebumps feeling

Those who want to get rid of the pounds that have been fed are spoiled for choice on Sylt: around half of the island is protected. On the one hand, the Wadden Sea invites you to go on endless walks (you are welcome to walk along alone, but only with a guide, please); on the other hand there are around 40 kilometers of sandy beaches. Endless, flawless, snow-white. Even in midsummer, when 950,000 tourists overrun the island, you can walk for miles without meeting anyone, the locals promise. According to island connoisseurs, those looking for solitude are in good hands on the beach on Ellenbogen List, a narrow and elongated peninsula (with two lighthouses). The definitely northernmost beach in Germany is considered by many to be the most beautiful on the island, although bathing is taboo due to the current.

© Kathrin Gulnerits

The jump into the sea off Sylt costs anyway – more than 18.19 degrees of water temperature are rarely measured. Nature lovers will also get their money’s worth on the Morsum cliff in the east. Guided tours through the nature reserve are offered here – past the dune valley of Little Africa, past cinnamon berries, heathland and rock formations. And past ten million years of geological history, as Juliane tells of the Sylt nature conservation community. If you are more interested in coastal demolitions and sand flushing, you should take a walk to Hörnum-Odde with geologist Ekkehard Klatt: Is the find from the beach just a smooth, old shard of glass or a flint, 65 million years old? Klatt is guaranteed to know the answer.

At sunset it goes – so much Sylt cliché must be – in the most famous beach hut on the island. The Zanzibar in Rantum is perched on a dune. The wine cellar contains around 30,000 bottles; Rarities cost up to 20,000 euros. Caviar and oysters are served on the table. And of course rice pudding with red grits (sounds strange, but it’s good) and the famous currywurst, but please with truffle fries.

This article originally appeared in the print edition of News (28/2019)!

Read news for 1 month now for free! * * The test ends automatically. More on this ▶Win true wireless earphones from JBL now! (E-media.at) New access (yachtrevue.at) 8 reasons why it’s great to be single (lustaufsleben.at) Salmon shrimp burger with wasabi mayonnaise and honey cucumber (gusto .at) In the new trend: Shock-Down – how long can the economy withstand lockdowns? (trend.at) The 35 best family series for laughing and feeling good (tv-media.at) E-Scooter in Vienna: All providers and Prices 2020 in comparison (autorevue.at)

A touch of chic, wild nature, beautiful sandy beaches and an amazing number of sunny days: the North Sea island of Sylt has many sides that are worth discovering – not only, but especially in the summer months.

Don’t swallow! Chew! Best of all ten times! “” Calls out Ulf. And promises: “” Then they taste like a cucumber, with a slightly nutty finish. Only sea water tastes like fish. “” Ulf Schmidt is one of four oyster fishermen in Germany – and therefore knows how to eat an oyster. That’s why he’s no longer torn. Who of the colleagues has to sip the daily quality sample will be drawn by lot. “” With time you don’t really enjoy eating them anymore, “” he smiles. Around one million farmed oysters are produced at his workplace, the Dittmeyer’s oyster company in List on Sylt. The saplings come from Ireland and are about the size of a two euro coin.

© Kathrin Gulnerits

They are stored in sacks on the oyster tables in the middle of the Wadden Sea for about three years until they have reached the retail weight – 70 to 90 grams. Every day at low tide, Schmidt and his colleagues go out to the Wadden Sea. In the past, shellfish were twisted and shaken in their plastic bags so that they didn’t grow together. That doesn’t happen anymore today. In winter, the farmed oysters are brought ashore, stored in huge tanks and those that have grown together are separated by hand. They are sold for 1.50 euros each. In addition to the “” Sylter Royal “” there is also the “” Sylter Wilde “”, which can grow for any length of time in the Wadden Sea and thus sometimes weighs up to 750 grams. Cost: 2.40 euros.

Voracious seal

The “” Sylter Royal “” belongs to Sylt as well as the highest point on the island, the 52 meter high Uwe dune, the breathtaking red cliff, endless white beaches, the Wadden Sea, an over 100 year old lighthouse and gray seal Willi, which has been has lived in the Hörnum harbor basin for more than 20 years. Willi weighs more than 200 kilograms and is actually a you. Day after day she and her friend Sylta appear in the harbor basin, to the delight of tourists (and the beach shack that sells the fish feed for Willi). By the way, your conspecifics can be visited on a boat trip to the seal banks.

© iStockPhoto.com

If you want to understand the history of Sylt with its 20,000 inhabitants, you should pay a visit to the picture-book village of Keitum – for tourist guide and book author Silke von Bremen (“” Instructions for Sylt “”) the most beautiful village on the island. “” Every house tells a story, “” she explains, pointing to the numbers above the entrances: 1739, 1759, 1786. “” 80 percent of the houses were built during this period – by ship captains and whalers.

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