Sweden’s High Coast
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  • You can easily take dozens of photographs overlooking the amazing landscape from the hotel's property
  • I highly recommend that you take the time to drive north when you are visiting Sweden

    • by Cindy R
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      Sweden’s High Coast or ‘Höga Kusta’ is sometimes referred to as ‘Sweden’s best kept secret’. Most tourists that visit Sweden enter the country in the south-via Stockholm’s Arlanda airport or via border crossings in the southern part of the country.

      These tourists also tend to spend the duration of their visit to Sweden in the southern counties; visiting cities such as Göteburg and Målmö and never venturing north to discover some of the most beautiful parts of the country.

      If you are traveling from the south via the E4


      expressway, once you pass through Harnösänd, in just a few minutes you will begin to see the dramatic changes in the landscape.

      To your right you will begin to get breathtaking views of the Baltic Sea and the countless hilly islands that bespeckle the water.

      The High Coast Bridge is a stunning display of modern bridge-making and is considered the gateway into the High Coast.

      Be sure to stop there and spend a few minutes at the High Coast Hotel, where the views are absolutely spectacular.

      You can easily ...


      • take dozens of photographs overlooking the amazing landscape from the hotel’s property.

        The little sleepy village of Nordingrå lies just a few minutes north of the bridge, and is nestled amongst the beauty of the sea, islands and rolling pine forests.

        Be sure also to visit Rotsiden-the odd coastline that has very strange rock formations of all types,that were formed centuries ago by ice formations that run for hundreds of meters along the sea.

        Portions of Rotsiden are very rocky, while others, just a few dozen meters

        away, are massive, flat rocks that you can walk on and appreciate the geological wonders all around you!

        Sweden’s High Coast also has numerous small fishing villages on the waterside that you should not neglect to visit.

        The typically Swedish, small red boathouses that line the shorelines add a certain charm to the fishing communities.

        I highly recommend that you take the time to drive north when you are visiting Sweden; it is a journey worth taking and is one road trip that you will no doubt regret taking!




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