Exploring West Sweden’s Islands

Photo: Mikael Almse/West Sweden Tourist Board

Photo: Mikael Almse/West Sweden Tourist Board

Follow in the footsteps of Alistair Wearmouth from away.com as he is coasting through West Sweden’s Koster Islands.

The Koster Islands are Sweden’s most westerly inhabited islands and have long been a summer haven for Swedes. Here you’ll find small fishing villages, surrounded by an amazing marine landscape. The waters around these islands are the most biodiverse in Sweden, therefore the Koster Sea has been recognized as the nation’s first marine national park. Here you’ll also find lobster, a Koster Islands’ delicacy. Read more about Alistair’s adventures in this breathtakingly beautiful maritime world here.

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