ARHOLMA

arholma

Arholma is one of the northern archipelago’s largest islands and the last outpost on the journey out to open sea, here you come by boat from Strömkajen, or by bus to Simpnäs via Norrtälje. Expect it takes between three and four hours travel.
Arholma landscape is exciting and varied—from craggy rocks to old farmland. Most of the island is a nature preserve. There are two year-round hostels. Open-air dance floor with tavern and café in the summer.

What to do? Rent a bike and discover the island, or take a kayak trip.
How to get there? Ferry with 
VAXHOLMSBOLAGET

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MÖJA

MOJA

It takes a while to go to Möja, almost two hours by boat from Strandvägen, it’s worth the trip!
Möja is t
raditional, idyllic archipelago island lined with small villages and well-preserved harbors. There is still fishing and farming practiced here. Don’t miss visiting the popular tavern Wikströms Fisk in the village of Ramsmora, which is run by the archipelago’s only professional fisherman. Möja is perfect for hiking and biking, but not for swimming.
For who? For those who want to hiking and biking
How to get there? Ferry with 
VAXHOLMSBOLAGET

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FINNHAMN

FINNHAMN

Swim in sheltered coves, experience fine beaches or sunbathe on salty cliffs. The journey takes about two hours by boat from Strandvägen. There is a café, tavern, hostel, campground, and bike and boat rentals. It also has a farm shop where visitors can buy vegetables and homemade delicacies and a restaurant Krogen, which is included in the White guide, has a la carte menu and €€€. It is often fully booked, please book a table in advance.
For who? For those who want to hike or to have tranquility.
How to get there? Ferry with 
VAXHOLMSBOLAGET

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SANDHAMN

sandhamn

Sandhamn is for those who want to have fun, here is Stockholm’s archipelago’s best nightlife. A popular island with typical archipelago houses and narrow alleys.
Sunbathe and swim on the beautiful sandy beaches. Go to museum, rent a kayak or ride a bike, go fishing, sailing, playing tennis or mini golf. There is also a spa, gym, relax, indoor pool, outdoor pool and hot tub. The journey takes approx 2 hours from Strandvägen and Strömkajen.
For who? For those who want to have fun.
How to get there? Ferry with 
VAXHOLMSBOLAGET

Pic credit: Sandhamnsfotograferna

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VAXHOLM

VAXHOLM

A short hour by boat from Strandvägen or Strömkajen is Vaxholm, the capital of the Stockholm archipelago. A lively and idyllic archipelago town with live harbor life, picturesque buildings and exciting shops, restaurants, bakeries and cafes, visit galleries, museums, stroll in the cozy little shops, take a trip to Vaxholm Castle – or just enjoy a cliff.
For who? Vaxholm is for lovebirds, family or single.
How to get there? Ferry with STRÖMMA Kanalbolaget
or VAXHOLMSBOLAGET

Pic credit: Rico Ködder, FOTOLIA

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