The east half of Sylt extends toward the German mainland into the Watt - tidal marshland - of the North Sea. There are no waves on the shoreline, except those caused by the wind, and the entire area is much more agricutural in nature.
In the distance to the Northwest is the skyline of Westerland. I am near Rantum and approaching Keitum from the Southwest.
Approaching Keitum from the West is interesting because of the flower-adorned fields.
Protestant Church West of Keitum
Shorline Near Keitum
Excavation Site of the Huns
Trail to the Morsum Cliffs - Click it!
Morsum Cliff Trail - View to Watt - Click it!
Morsum Cliff Trail - Click it!
Back in the apartment, my wife lit a candle.
The first building when arriving in Keitum from the Southwest is the Teekontor, where you can buy over 100 different kinds of tea.
Keitum is a “Ritzy” town where many wealthy people have built homes to relax away from the hustle and bustle of Westerland.
Enjoying a Meal with my Wife in Keitum
A Few Chairs Away in the Same Restaurant
Morsum City Limits
Hotel Restaurant near the Morsum Cliffs
Rose Hips Plants Decorate the Meadow
To the east, the trail track continues to the German mainland...
...but the agricultural road to the east is blocked to the public.