Take the commuter train from Stockholm Central Station straight out to the archipelago and the open horizon at the fishing harbour in Nynäshamn. Since the Stone Age, people here have delighted in the countryside and outer archipelago with its 2,000 islands. One of Sweden's best surfing beaches are found here but also an interesting cultural history with rune stones from Viking times, churches from the 1100s, Sweden's oldest lighthouse, and military facilities from the Cold War. In recent years, Nynäshamn has made its mark in the culinary world. Try the locally produced beer, smoked fish, chocolate, honey and sausage. Enjoy them at any of the hotels, cafés and restaurants or take them back home with you. If you wish to go all the way out into the archipelago, take the boat to Öja-Landsort. In addition to its lighthouse, shop, restaurant, tours and art exhibitions, there is also exciting nature and charming accommodation such as the pilot tower with B&B.

Contact information

149 81 Nynäshamn
Phone: +46-852073700

E-mail: info@nynashamn.se
Website: www.visitnynashamn.se

Public transportation


Road 73 from Stockholm goes all the way to Nynäshamn. Expected travel time: 45 mins.