Welcome to Djurö and Stavsnäs, an archipelago community in eastern Värmdö. You can get here easily by car or public transport. Djurö is the last island accessible by bridge. The bridge is 180 metres long and has walking and biking paths. It also offers a beautiful view over the bay Kanholmsfjärden. Everything is close to the water here and it's hard to miss the rich boat life. In Djurö village, you'll find shopping, restaurants, cafés, arts centres, bathing areas, mini-golf and scenic walkways. Don't miss a visit to Djurö Church. It was built in 1683, making it the oldest wooden church in the archipelago. In Stavsnäs Sommarhamn, you'll find an old island community with a local museum, bakery, restaurant, and bathing areas. From Stavsnäs Vinterhamn, you can easily get to a large selection of other islands via regular boat services or water taxis. If you would like to stay overnight in the area, there's Djurönäset Hotell och Konferens – a four-star hotel right in the middle of the Stockholm archipelago.
Take bus 433 or 434 from Slussen in Stockholm. Get out at Djurö Skola, Djurö Kyrka or Djurönäset. To get to Stavsnäs, get out at Stavsnäs By or Stavsnäs Vinterhamn. Approximate travel time by bus: 45 minutes to 1 hr.
Take Route 222 from Stockholm to Gustavsberg and follow the signs towards Djurö and Stavsnäs. Approximate travel time: 40 mins.