Along the coast in the South of Sweden
If you arrive by car from Copenhagen, across the Öresund Bridge, Malmö offers family friendly zoos, museums, outdoor activities and campsites. Follow the bright white sandy beaches north, to the amusement park Astrid Lindgren World and High Chaparral in the region of Småland. You might end up in West Sweden, the metropolis of Gothenburg and the coast of Bohuslän, with outdoor activities both on water and on dry land from early spring to late autumn. Enjoy picturesque villages such as Smögen and Grebbestad; and islands like Marstrand and Kosterhavet National Park. And make sure you enjoy a great meal while the kids play on the beach; Bohuslän’s seafood is world class!
Idyllic countryside in Central Sweden
The region of Central Sweden offers thousands of lakes, beaches, forests and beautiful archipelagos sprinkled with cosy campsites. Värmland’s heritage town Karlstad and its vicinity, has a wide range of activities on offer for both grown-ups and children, while Dalarna tempts you with animal parks, playgrounds and Falu Copper Mine – so fabulously fascinating that it has managed to grab a spot on the UNESCO World Heritage list!
Active outdoor experiences in Northern Sweden
Northern Sweden, with Jämtland and Härjedalen, as well as Swedish Lapland at the top, is just as exciting during spring, summer and autumn as it is during winter. How about adrenaline inducing cycling tours, hiking or climbing in Åre and Östersund? Or sightseeing with the Sami through Abisko National Park? Only your imagination sets the limit. Lakes, rivers, forests and wildlife in Northern Sweden await you alongside amusement parks and museums. Add to that the Swedish treasure, the Midnight Sun, which makes it possible to have fun around the clock!