Gunnebo House and Gardens – a unique 18th century estate
Just 15 minutes from the city centre of Gothenburg, you’ll find Gunnebo House and Gardens. The estate makes a perfect daytrip for strolling around in a genuine 18th century setting, taking a guided tour and enjoying organic food and Swedish fika in the restaurant.
Floda & Nääs – where industrial meets modern
Floda and Nääs are exciting places that engage all of your senses, where innovative cuisine meets well-preserved historical sites. Wind down in these tranquil settings, just half an hour from Gothenburg.
Alingsås – the capital of “Swedish fika”
Just half an hour from Gothenburg you’ll find the quaint little town Alingsås with lots of activities for all ages. Named the capital of “Swedish fika”, the town offers numerous cafes and bakeries, cosy shopping streets and beautiful parks.
Marstrand – Sweden’s sailing capital
Far out to the west, where the archipelago ends and the open sea starts, lies Marstrand. A haven for sailing and swimming, with quaint neighbourhoods and car free streets. Discover the island’s lovely scenery, salty swimming spots and fascinating history.
Hönö – a gem on the west coast
Hönö is a real west coast gem – a perfect place to spend a day, or three. You’ll find cliffs, fishing boats, fishermen’s shacks, cosy places to eat, shops and beautiful landscapes. An island full of life all year round.
Styrsö and Vrångö – idyllic archipelago islands
It will only take you 30 minutes to get from central Gothenburg to the amazing archipelago island Styrsö. Exchange the city bustle for a day in a fantastic archipelago setting – experience the peace and quiet, enjoy a fresh seafood dinner on smooth granite rocks, and finish with a lovely salty swim in the sea.
On Vrångö, further south, you’ll find breathtaking nature, classic archipelago houses and many nice beaches. A perfect daytrip all year round.
Next to Gothenburg on vastsverige.com
On vastsverige.com, you’ll find more information about, as well as events at, the different destinations.