Brandenburger Strand is undoubtedly the best German wave spot. Nowhere else in Germany, you will find the swell and up to 3 m high waves like here in Westerland. Every year world champions like Airton Cozzolino or Victor Fernandez compete right in front of our center at the "Multivan Kitesurf Masters" and at the "Windsurf Worldcup". The spot in front of our center is very challenging, so we can only recommend it to advanced surfers. The wave is usually 1 to 2 meters high and the spot only works with westerly winds e.g. North, northwest, west, southwest, and south.
For our lessons, we usually head to Rantum or Hörnum, two beautiful flatwater spots only 20 minutes south of us. These spots offer a great and tranquil environment for beginners and intermediate surfers.
The Möwennest near Hörnum, the southernmost municipality on Sylt, offers a fantastic kiting area with a shallow water area around low tide. Due to the offshore sandbank, this spot offers waveless shallow water and thus provides perfect conditions for all freestylers, foil kiters and beginners. It should be noted that this is a spot in the Wadden Sea National Park (nature reserve). Kitesurfing/windsurfing is only allowed two hours before and after low tide, tolerated is a maximum of three hours.
Kitesurfers are trained and instructed at the most beautiful spot on the west coast. The spot Sansibar 2 (kilometer 4 from Hörnum). The spot is located one parking lot south of the famous Sylt beach restaurant Sansibar. The advantage of this spot is that smaller tideways with shallow water areas are formed around the low tide time. Suitable wind directions here are all winds from the north, south and/or west. Please note that even at this rather remote spot bathers can be in the water, from which you should keep two line lengths distance.