Nature & Outdoors
The further south you travel on Öland, the more wonderful the expanses become. Stop and be impressed by the southern tip, where land meets endless sea. From the edge of the castle that runs along the island, you have a wonderful view of Kalmar Sound. The barren Alvar, which is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site, is an interesting starting point for extensive walks. On the contrary, is it the rustling pine tops and moss-covered tufts that attract you? The forest forests in the north fascinate many people, and here hiking trails meet old tractor roads. The vast Böda bay with chalky white sand and turquoise shimmering sea is as beautiful as it sounds.