Sweden’s Breathtaking Coast and Wilderness

By Jodi R, Germany, September 2011

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Sweden may be home to cosmopolitan design and sophisticated urban life, but once you get out of the city it’s a wilderness up there! Whether you’re climbing on the West Coast, skiing above the Arctic Circle or trekking across Sweden’s northern mountains, there’s nothing like nature to refresh your spirit.

Bohuslän is on the edge of Western Sweden, an archipelago of 8,000 islands spanning the coast from Gothenburg to the Norwegian border. Wander along the jetty in picturesque fishing villages, take a seal safari in Kosterhavet  Marine National Park, and explore the islands by sea kayak, sailboat or ferry. Catch your own seafood surprise and help cook the lobsters, prawns and mussels fresh from the water.

Editor's Note: This recommendation was taken from our Sweden Things To Do blog. Visit the original post to continue reading the full post and to learn more about things to do in Sweden. Photo courtesy of West Sweden

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