Sweden IslandsIsland of Ven, Finnhamn, Gällnö, Gotland, Marstrand, Öland, The Weather Islands, Holmön, Visingsö, Brännö, Hallands Väderö, Gotska Sandön, Trysunda, Southern Goteborg Archipelago, Sandhamn and many more.
As astonishing as it sounds, there are over 267,570 islands in Sweden and less than 1000 of these are inhabited. These islands are ideal for sailing and kayaking during the short summers and for their amazing landscape, hiking trails, lobster safaris, picnics, island hopping, and lots more. Each Sweden island has its own charm. They are perfect havens for cycling and nature enthusiasts. The Islands of Ven is famous for its Alpaca Farms and St Ibb’s Old Medieval Church while Gällnö is perfect for landscape photography.
Marstrand is famous for its first synagogue in Scandinavia and Visingsö for the Visingsborg castle. These islands in Sweden are a great place to indulge in several activities such as cliff jumping, sunbathing, exploring the rich cultural heritage of Sweden, learning about the Viking Era, visiting local island museums and so much more. These islands also serve the best when it comes to traditional Swedish cuisines. Be it meatballs or lingonberries; pickled herring or princess cake, the best thing to do while you are here is to try the local cuisines.