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the archipelago | further out
m a g a z i n e
Nynäshamn
tourist information, people, places, activity, history, animals, scenery, and all the stats too...
The archipelago | further out
What to do
and where
to find it
The places to visit | Yummy – The delicacies you don’t want to miss
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What is this thing called ”every man’s right? | sideways on water
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Vällinge
Ekerö
sommarstad
Skärholmen
Vårbyfj. Vårby
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Hallunda
Norsborg 146 Fittja 259
Bornsj. Botkyrka
Albysjön
Alby
Viksberg
Salem
Lina
Ronna
E20
144
SÖDERTÄLJE
Östertälje
Måsnaren Hovsjö
Lerhaga
271
Stuvsta
Glömsta
Flemingsberg
Vidja
Vårsta
ä
Hallsfj
Västerhaninge
257
Hållsättra
Kungsdalen
Viad
Brandalsund
Sibble
Raksta
Vendelsö
Tyresta
nationalpark
Handen
Kalvfj.
Na
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Brandbergen
Jordbro
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rden
Gerstaberg
Vega
Tyresö
Östorp
Hall
Pershagen
Länna
259
Riksten
Strand
Trollbäcken
260
Skogås
Orlången
Ä
Bollmora
Drevviken
Trångsund
Magelungen
Gladö kvarn
Salts
bad
Erstavik
Farsta
Huddinge
Tumba
Uttran
226
Rönninge
Stockholm
Enskede
Tullinge
Salem
225
Tveta
Östberga
258 Tullingesjön
Uttran
143
E20
Aspen
145
E4
Brunnsäng
Geneta
150
148
147
Vattubrinken
Kiholm
Naturres.
Johanneshagen
hov
260
Bagarmossen
151
Långbro
Stureby
Älvsjö
Skarpnäck
Älta
73
229
Segeltorp
229
Högdalen
Snättringe
Sköndal
226
152
Sätra
Fiskarfj.
Ekerö
Uringe
Väländan
Kagghamra
Skogstorp
Österhaninge
227
Solbacken
Lännåker
Björnö
Stadsberga
Blista
Kärrmaräng
Alvsta
Skä
Mulsta
Stav
Getryggen
Södertörn
KaggLillgården
Tungelsta
Gålö
fjärden
Lundby
141 Håknäs Naturres.
Årsta
Näs
73
Stutby
SöderängsNästäppan
Grindsjön
havsbad
Österby
torp
Saltå
Långgarn
Järna- Näslandet
Berga
Västerby
Överjärna
Ytterjärna fjärden Grönslätt
Hemfosa
Oxnö
Horsfjärden
Skäve Säby
Nibble Ängsholm Hörningsnäs
57
Kyrkbacken
Söderby
Frölunda
Aska
Grödby
Fituna
Sandviken
Vitsgarn
545
Bjö
Källsta
HörningsN. Rangsta
holm
Kolbottenvret
Björnholmen
Häringe slott
Långgarn
N. Enby
Nedre
225
VårdMuskö
ejsta
Naturreservat
Söderby Segersäng
Kanada
kasen
Hyttan
Tyrved
havsbad
Landfjärden
ölö
Himmer- Ragnarök
Åby
Mysingen
Åby
Sorunda Sunnerby
Hoppet
fjärden
kvarn
Ludvigsberg
Hammersta
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Körunda
Näsängen
Spångbro
Österby
Ekebyruin
Hölö
å
Muskö
Muskö
ÅdVreta
Egelsvik
Hälleby
Kyrksjön
Muskan
fjärden MällbyMörkö
Överfors
fjärden
Väggarö
Utö
Kylsta Sund
Berga
naturreserv
Edeby
Ogesta
Herron
Grimsta
Ösmo
Rangsta
Kasholmen
Nisses
Svalsta
Lyngsta
udd
Lövtorp
Bergvik
Sittesta
V.
Styran
Norrön
Mörkö
Stenkulla
Gryt
Marsta
Guldboda
Utö
strand Fållnäs
Söräng
Väns
Stora
Vika
Wik-Inn
Söderbygård
Lidatorp
Tullgarns
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Åda
Sandvik
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Hunga fritidsomr.
Hästnäs
Trosa
Öbolandet
Brunn
Norsbol
Djursnäs Solsa
Nynäshamn
Ålö
Blåklockan
Skärlinge
Stensund
Lagnöviken
Gillbergsvik
Bokö
Frönäs
Dyvik Grytnäs
Gälöfjärden
Fifångsdjupet
Svärdsfjärden
Fifång
Naturres.
Asköfjärden
Yttre Hållsfjärden
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Verkarö
Trävik
Herrhamra
Ören
Järflotta
naturreservat
Ankarudden
Persö
naturreservat
Krabbfjärden
Danziger
gatt
Järflotta
Sågsten
Torö
Öja
Lacka
Nåttarö
Norrskog Dragets
Storbygården
kanal
Gabrielstorp
Revskärs
naturreservat
Bedarön
GårdsNynäs- fjärden
viken
Svärdsö
Torö
Askö
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Lisökalv
Käringboda
Oxnö naturreservat
Landsort
Gotska Sandön, Visby, Polen, Lettland
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Nynäshamn
Further out
Many believe the most beautiful part of Stockholm’s archipelago,
maybe the most beautiful archipelago in the world, is in the
south, in the Municipality of Nynäshamn. It is commonly said that
the archipelago down here, less than an hour from Downtown
Stockholm, is more barren and unexploited than that nearer
Stockholm. In many ways, Nynäshamn is the gateway to the islands
and countries of the Baltic. Nynäshamn and, not least, the island of
Öja (also called Landsort) is definitely the last outpost to the sea.
Here, seabirds brood undisturbed and sea eagles glide majestically
over the smooth bays and unspoiled islands. Here, it’s easy to find
your own special place, and you will be close to great experiences.
We hope and believe that the magazine you hold in your hand will
guide and inspire you to a rewarding meeting with Nynäshamn, the
surroundings and its archipelago.
Heidi Ekberg
Marketing Manager,
Municipality of Nynäshamn
Niclas Sjögren
Editor
The cover picture
Is taken twenty minutes by kayak from Nynäshamn mainland.
Editorial staff
Magazine Nynäshamn is published by the Municipality of Nynäshamn | Project
Manager: Liselotte Jons, Acting Tourism and Marketing Manager | Editor: Niclas
Sjögren/www.arkipelag.org | Art Director: Erik Bergendahl | Acting Tourist Office
Manager Kristina Stugholm | Photographers: Lars Bohman, Johan Cargelius, Mikael
Egdahl, Heidi Ekberg, Jim Nilsson, Rolf Oxhagen, Gösta Rising, Pontus Svanberg and
Patrik Österberg. | Heidi Ekberg, Tourism and Marketing Manager and Nina Munters,
Tourist Office Manager are on maternity leave. | Translation: Gothia Translations AB |
Print: NRS Tryckeri in Huskvarna. We are happy to receive suggestions on content as
well as your views on the magazine.
[email protected] | [email protected] | [email protected]
Nynäshamns Kommun
att. Heidi Ekberg
SE-149 81 Nynäshamn
Sweden
+46 (0)8 520 680 00
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Nynäshamn in figures
26,040 - inhabitants in the municipality
according to the most recent survey
52,8 – number of kilometres from Stockholm Globe Arena to Nynäs Rökeri (the
fishing harbour in Nynäshamn). Source:
Eniro.se
43.2 – kilometres from Globen to the
church in Ösmo. Source: Eniro.se
1,900 - sunshine hours per year according to SMHI. This not only makes
Nynäshamn the sunniest in the County
of Stockholm, but also puts it among the
absolute elite in Sweden together with,
for example, Gotland.
1,000 - kilometres of coast in the municipality
1,852 – islands and islets with a total
circumference of 520 km
27 – rune stones in the municipality,
giving Nynäshamn the second highest
density of rune stones in Sweden
7,514 – boat nights in the guest harbour
in 2010
36 – holes on the golf course in Körunda
5 – commuter train stations
photo: niclas sjögren
2 – international ferry connections
Poland (Gdansk) and Latvia (Ventspils)
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10 – maximum distance in kilometres
from the sea when you are in the Municipality of Nynäshamn
11 – gym machines in the world’s longest
(outdoor) gym along the road Strandvägen.
T
here are numerous remains from the
Stone Age and Viking Age in the area,
though the town of Nynäshamn cannot
be said to have taken shape until 1898.
It was the start of the building of the
railway that year that cleared the way for what was
to be the starting shot for several industries in the
municipality as well as a spa resort on the Island of
Trehörningen – a spa resort that lay fallow for decades
until it rose from the ashes to become a modern spa
resort in 2003.
The first big boom in terms of the population
trend was when the railway connected Stockholm to
Nynäshamn. The number of inhabitants in what was
then called the Parish of Ösmo increased from 100
to 1700 in 10 years. The tele-workshops were then
established in the 1920s. These workshops would
later take on a new guise under the management of
Telia and finally Ericsson, which closed down its factories here a couple of years ago. At the end of the
1920s, the Johnson Group’s oil refinery Nynäs was
also set up here, one of the biggest employers in the
municipality to this day.
The number of inhabitants in the Municipality of
Nynäshamn has recently passed 26,000. The building
of new dwellings is flourishing and many believe the
new motorway from Stockholm and the expansion of
double tracks for the commuter train will have almost
as great an impact on Nynäshamn as the railway had
more than 100 years ago.
photo: niclas sjögren
Photo: Gösta rising
Nynäshamn,
a summary
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On and by the water
Photo: Lars Bohman
The Baltic gateway
Nynäshamn has a long history as a port. Already at the beginning of the 20th century, the port’s potential was clear. With the deepwater harbour, which is easily accessible by big vessels, large quantities of goods are loaded and unloaded here. There is also a
busy passenger service, especially in summer when a million people visit the Island of Gotland. You can also cross the Baltic from
Nynäshamn. Polferries will take you to Gdansk in Poland and Scandlines goes to Ventspils in Latvia, and if you would like to travel
to the desolate and maybe most beautiful sandy beaches in Northern Europe, take the boat to Gotska Sandön. Waxholmsbolaget
operates regular services all the year round including to Landsort, Nåttarö, Ålö and Rånö. If you would like to go to Trosa, a local
operator runs services in the summer. Seal safari on the outskirts of the archipelago is another popular excursion. There are also
archipelago cruises, including through the dramatic Draget Canal.
It is a curious fact that the sea that entices us
to swim in the summer offers fantastic skating
in the winter. The winter climate around Stockholm, with a temperature around freezing, provides ideal conditions for ice. As well as all the
bays, the lakes also offer excellent conditions.
You can almost always find good skating ice
from December to March. For more info and all
inclusive arrangements see www.iceguide.se
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Photo: Niclas Sjögren
Walk on water
Photo: Gösta Rising
Photo: Niclas Sjögren
Swimming fun
As you are never far from water in the Municipality of Nynäshamn, you are never far from a refreshing swim. We have
some absolute favourites. Muskan is a lake that usually keeps
a comfortable temperature, by Scandinavian standards, but
it is the seaside resorts that attract most swimmers. Inside
the skerries, Nickstabadet is Nynäshamn’s answer to Waikiki
Beach. One of the most beautiful, popular and really wild
places to swim with an unbroken horizon is out on Knappelskär by Lövhagen. The temperature, however, is, to put it
mildly, moderate. The warmest place is usually in Rassa Vikar
by Kärringboda.
The harbour steps up
The jetty Havstrappan in the fishing port is a summer classic. If you like to see
and, even more, be seen, Havstrappan is the place – easy to put in at and the
perfect place to mingle, with ice cream, smoked fish, sea food and fast food.
Great fishing
Fishing tours are normally carried out in the waters outside Muskö and
Dalarö, and, yes, the fish bite readily. We can mention, for example, that the
record weights in kilos for the guided tours currently stand at: Pike 15.5, perch
1.7, sea trout 9.8, pikeperch 6.7 and salmon 25.4 kilos. Most of the catch is put
back. The picture shows Hasse Skoglund with a salmon of almost 22 kilos. For
more info, see www.fiskeguidning.se
An eldorado for wrecks
Nowhere else in the world has as many old wooden wrecks.
The unique environment in the brackish water of the Baltic Sea
means that the shipworm, which is fatal to wooden boats, cannot
survive here. This has led to the waters in the southern part of
Stockholm’s archipelago having the highest density of old wooden
shipwrecks. Many organisers arrange dives to the best wrecks.
More info: www.nocdyk.com
Photo: Pontus Svanberg
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Tasty bites in Nynäs
There is no better souvenir than one you can eat or drink. Here are
our suggestions for some tasty bites you don’t want to miss on your
visit to Nynäshamn. photo: Rolf Oxhagen
For more information about where to buy these tasty bites please contact the Tourist Information Office. www.visitnynashamn.se or +46 (0)8 520 737 00
Smoked keeps
Smoking used to be a way of preserving food, just like salting was for fish and meat. Yes, some even claim that smoking is an older way of preserving meat and fish than salting.
Today, smoking is more about enhancing the taste
experience. At Nynäs Rökeri, you will find everything
from smoked eel to smoked Baltic herring. Two other
favourites are smoked prawns and locally caught whitefish smoked here – just perfect for a picnic on the
quay.
Traditional cake
Sorunda has big farms with a thousand years of history and the area abounds with ancient remains, not
least from the Viking Age (approx 792 to 1100, ie,
late Iron Age). The Sorunda cake is still baked here to
this day. The cake recipe is so secret that an 00 agent
would have to take the life of anyone he told. Out of
consideration for our readers, we will not disclose any
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ingredients other than butter and sugar, but we can disclose that it tastes like no other cake and that your best
chance of a taste is at Sorunda Hembygdsförening. The
cake is also available to buy at Ösmo Plantshop, Växtstigen 1, by Ösmo junction.
Brewed by Ångbryggeriet
The editorial staff fell for several of the dozen or so different beers produced by Nynäshamns Ångbryggeri, but
as the lager lovers we are, our first recommendation is
Landsort Lager. It is a light Swedish lager with balanced
sweetness and medium bitterness – and if you taste it
very carefully you may, like Sweden’s most read beer
expert Göran Winberg, discover tones with hints of
freshly baked buns and summer apples. Landsort Lager
and many other beers from Ångbryggeriet are available
from Systembolaget*.
* Systembolaget is the Swedish Alcohol Retail Monopoly and is
open daily except Sundays.
Nynäshamn delicacies
Luxurious and delicious. And most likely
good for your well being, by all means.
Chocoholics
Old school goodies
The cocoa boom of recent years cannot have escaped
anyone’s notice, and Chokladhuset and Tryffelfabriken in
Nynäshamn are quite close to paradise for all chocolate
and sweet aficionados. Luxurious and delicious. And most
likely good for your well being, by all means.
Old-fashioned delicacies of world class – that is the
aim of Nilssons Köttaffär. Real, well-hung, handmade cured meats and many local and organic
products such as fresh eggs and potatoes from
Sorunda.
Sausage lengthwise
Hunny
At Segersängsvägen 10 in Sorunda you will find something as unusual as a real sausage factory that makes
something as unusual as real, hand-tied sausages. The
Sorunda sausages were previously found mostly at restaurants, but they are now also available in many shops
in the Municipality of Nynäshamn. The sausages are sold
in shops from Nyköping in the south to Norrtälje in the
north. The bestsellers are primarily Sorundaringen, a lightly
smoked and boiled sausage, and the Chorizo, a lovely
sausage with just the right amount of heat.
Whether you are a bear of very little brain, or have a
sweet tooth for bee products you’ll love Nynäshamns
local honey from the island Herrö.
Spices and jam
The spice mixture Skärgårdssalt is almost a classic, but
we would also like to recommend the super-fresh jam
Skärgårdssylt (raspberry, blackberry, strawberry and blueberry). And if you visit the shop, don’t miss the slightly hot
mustard Skärgårdssenap (saffron and whisky flavour).
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There are so many attractions in the area. Depending on your level of ambition,
different sights attract different people. We have put together a collection of
some of the most popular places to visit in the municipality.
Places to visit
In the footsteps of
the Vikings
photo: HG-Bild
There are 27 rune stones in the
municipality, making it one of the
top municipalities in Sweden in
terms of number of rune stones.
And if you follow the old road
between Djursnäs and Vansta, you
will see several interesting rune
stones and grave fields. The area
was very densely populated during
the Iron Age. The rune stones were
raised around the year 1000, ie, during what is usually called the Viking
Age, and are often located in connection to roads and fords. Although
the stones were often raised in
memory of someone, they are not
really gravestones.
Landsort is the last outpost to the sea in
the south for the municipality and the
whole of the Stockholm area. Here the
archipelago is at its most barren, least
exploited and most beautiful. You cannot
go further out. This is home to an exotic
collection of birds (they pass through in
the autumn and spring), Sweden’s oldest lighthouse (dating from the 1650s)
and one of Sweden and Europe’s most
spectacular Bed & Breakfasts: the old pilot
lookout tower. Pilotage services for passing
vessels operate from the island’s western
harbour. Don’t miss the plague churchyard, ancient maze, art exhibition and tiny
chapel. Landsort offers several options for
overnight accommodation as well as a restaurant and simple cafés. Boat trips depart
daily all the year round. For more info visit
www.visitnynashamn.se.
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photo: Mikael Egdahl
Furthest out
A pair of churches
Whatever you do, don’t miss two of Sweden’s most interesting churches on your
visit to the Municipality of Nynäshamn.
Sorunda Church is one of the biggest
churches in Södermanland. The oldest
parts of the stone church date from the
end of the 12th century. The church has
the oldest noble crypt in Sweden and a
Madonna cabinet from the late 15th century. Ösmo also has a stunning church dating
from the 12th century. Inside, the church
is decorated with frescos that were added
just after the mid-15th century. The paintings are said to be by Peter Målare and his
disciple Albertus Pictor, the most famous
church painter of the Middle Ages. More
recent research, however, has established
that Peter Målare did not really exist so to
speak. It must therefore have been Alber-
places
A nicer spa
tus Pictor alone who produced the paintings in Ösmo Church, and that is not to be
sneered at. Here, we can add a piece of
useless information about August Strindberg, Sweden’s answer to Shakespeare,
who despite being an atheist most of his
life, gave trial sermons in Ösmo Church.
Plants and coffee
Ösmo Plantshop has become a popular
place with visitors. It’s not just the plants
and garden-related shopping that attract
people. The plant shop is one of only a
few places in the municipality where you
can enjoy a coffee and the legendary local
delicacy Sorundatårtan cake. It also serves
lunch.
Although it is
now an ultramodern spa
resort, it has
a long history
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dred years. At the
start of the 20th century, Nynäshamn
invested in a spa resort. The resort,
Nynäs Havsbad, was built, attracting
prominent guests who wanted health
baths at the spa. A few years ago, the
facility underwent a complete renovation,
and today it is one of Sweden’s most
exclusive spa facilities.
The most beautiful skerry
Knappelskär is the last mainland promontory at the end of Gårdsfjärden to the
south. There is a spectacular, to say the
least, fissure cave to discover as well as
two fantastic beaches. There are also two
barbecue areas at the end where the
beaches meet the great cliff. The walk
around Lövhagen Nature Reserve via
Bötet and Stockbonäs (where the wakeboard club meets) does of course also
include this beautiful peninsula.
Butterflies in the
quarry
An
environmentally damaging
activity has laid the
foundations for a
spectacular sight. With
the now closed cement
factory, the grounds around the limestone
quarry in Stora Vika were opened up to
exotic flora and fauna. The calcareous
ground combined with the open landscape
has attracted a range of unusual life. Those
who take the butterfly path around the
limestone quarry can expect to find the
Apollo butterfly and silver-washed fritillary
as well as the plants crimson crane’s-bill
and musk thistle. There is also beaver,
common newt and much else to see
when it comes to animals and plants. The
limestone quarry is a sight in its own right
and an added bonus.
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Everyone’s right
Sweden has a well-established law and practice known as Allemansrätten (common right of access to private land). This law gives you the
right to enjoy nature, also on privately owned land. You can even camp for up to three nights without special permission just about anywhere,
provided you do so outside private home zones, which usually cover approximately a normal garden or the area within sight of a residential
property or other place where a person resides. You may of course not pick cultivated flowers, crops or fruit, though you can take berries and
mushrooms. Nor can you build a fire anyhow, litter or damage nature in any way.
If you paddle south from the guest harbor you will eventually end up where this picture was taken last summer. If you hurry it takes 20 minutes,
if you’re more laid back you will spend an hour in the kayak before reaching the southern part of the island Yttre Gården.
If you would like to paddle in Nynäshamn, there are practically no limits other than your imagination. Kayaks are available for hire in many
places in the municipality. Photo: Niclas Sjögren
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Sideways
Nynäshamn
At the end of the 1970’s, a few wave-surfing Swedes discovered that
surfable waves rolled in to Torö Stenstrand in Ören Nature Reserve. At the
same time, windsurfing had become widely popular, and the most dedicated surfers made their way to Torö when the waves were at their biggest.
The windsurfers wanted wind and waves while the wave surfers preferred
big waves without wind – quite an unusual phenomenon in the Baltic
Sea area. Torö Stenstrand soon became nationally famous in wave-surfing
circles, and in 1985 the first Swedish Wave Surfing Championships were
arranged there. Since then, this has been repeated at least 90 per cent
of the time that it has been possible to arrange Swedish Championships.
At the end of the 1990s, the kite surfers also discovered Torö, and today
there is no surfing location more legendary than this stony beach.
As well as wave, wind- and kite surfing, Nynäshamn has also become
known as an eldorado for wakeborders. The traditional Nynäshamn waterskiing club has changed its name to Nynäshamns Wakeboardklubb, NWK,
and recently celebrated its 50th anniversary. For more on championships,
a trial ride and membership see www.nwk.nu. NWK is without a doubt one
of Sweden’s most trendy clubs, not least for young talents. Johan Wikström
(photo), for example, has competed quite a bit for the national team and
has a Swedish Championship gold medal in his prize collection.
Photo: Skimarine Waketeam, Patrik Österberg, Niclas Sjögren.
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board sports
Torö Stenstrand is located in Ören Nature Reserve, approximately 20 km from the centre of Nynäshamn, 60 km south of
Stockholm. Head for Herrhamra and turn right just before Ankarudden, immediately after the beautiful beech avenue. Keep left, park
and go down to the water by the first public car park. The waves at Torö Stenstrand are best with a straight southerly wind, but a
south-westerly or south-easterly wind can also produce surfable waves. The waves at Torö Stenstrand need to be at least 1 m high
to be worth the effort of going there (check the wave height at www.smhi.se). In summer, the waves are seldom as big as they are
later in the year. Autumn is the best time for waves and the Swedish Surfing Championships usually take place at Torö Stenstrand
on a Saturday at the end of September or beginning of October, depending on the conditions. The secret to Torö Stenstrand often
having surfable waves is partly its exposed location and partly the profile of the seabed: deep sea that quickly becomes shallow.
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smorgasbord
A feast of jazz
A little
Swedish
glossary
In each word, stress the part
which is in capital letters.
English - Swedish - Pronounciation
Perch - Abborre - AHBorreh
Duck - And - Ahnd
Boat - Båt – Boht
The association Jin Jazz arranges what
has become classic happenings for
jazz lovers everywhere. Notable among
the highlights over the years are Lars
Erstrand, Putte Wickman, Rigmor Gustafsson, Sveriges Jazzband, Sliding Hammers,
Claes Janson, Hayati Kafe, Ann-Kristin
Hedmark, Berndt Egerbladh, Kustbandet,
Jonas Kullhammar, Lill Lindfors and others. The best jazz this year can be found
at Folkets Hus, by Hamnbodarna and at
Nynäsgården.
Contact the Tourist Office for more
information on other events.
www.visitnynashamn.se
+46 (0)8 520 737 00
Centre - Centrum - SENTruhm
Ferry - Färja - Fairyah
Sea Eagle - Havsörn - Hahvsuhrn
Nudist Beach - Nakenbad Nahkenbahd
Rune Stone - Runsten - Roohnstehn
Smokehouse - Rökeri - Ruhkeree
Sailing Boat - Segelbåt - Segelboht
Smorgasbord - Smörgåsbord Smuhrgohsbohrd
Ombudsman - Ombudsman Omboodsmahn
Taxi - Taxi - Tahksee
Tourist - Turist - Toorist
Strawberry - Jordgubbe - Yordgoobeh
Tern/Sea Swallow - Tärna - TaIrnah
Lighthouse - Fyr - Feer
Sea - Hav - Hahv
Lake - Sjö - Shuh
The Baltic Sea - Östersjön Uhstershuhn
Snow - Snö- Snuh
Ice - Is - Ees
Thank You - Tack - Tahk
Hello - Hej - Hehy
Bye, See You - Hejdå - Hehydoh
Church - Kyrka - Sheerkah
Water - Vatten - Vahten
Yes - Ja - Yah
No - Nej - Ney
Porridge - Gröt - Gruht
Archipelago - Skärgård - Shehrgohrd
Island - Ö - Uh
Beer - Öl – Uhl
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Photo: Gösta Rising
Building in Nynäshamn
The goal is to build more than 2000 homes and
for the population to grow from 26,000 to 35,000
inhabitants by 2016 – and building is under way with
investments of over 10 billion SEK.
Nynäshamn closer
Some claim that the new motorway that now is completed, road 73,
is the biggest thing that has happened to Nynäshamn since the railway was built at the beginning of the 20th century. Now it takes only
30 minutes to reach Nynäshamn from the Stockholm Globe Arena.
Investments in trains
Nynäsbanan, the local railway between Västerhaninge and
Nynäshamn, will be refurbished with passing tracks at Nynäsgård
and construction of a double track on the Västerhaninge-Tungelsta
stretch. The work is expected to be completed in 2012.
Photo: Heidi Ekberg
Notable visit
Bird lovers in Nynäshamn are spoilt. Every now and then, more or less
exotic birds come by. One of the more unusual species in recent times was
the Mandarin duck, which visited the harbour area. The Mandarin duck
belongs in Asia, but has been seen colonising parts of the British Isles.
We don’t yet know if it has come to stay in Nynäshamn. Nynäshamn is
an eldorado for birdwatchers with many unusual species passing by here
every year. Species like the sea eagle, tern, cormorant and eider are among
the more common sightings.
Fire
In mid-October, the archipelago will celebrate the start of autumn. This is
a quieter period than the summer, which is noticeable by the restaurants
and other businesses putting on special events. Fireworks, torchlight processions, special menus, excursions, punch and a BBQ theme will light up
the autumn evenings. The theme is quite simply fire. For more information,
see www.visitskargarden.se.
Pick some sun
Nothing beats the sunflower when it comes to beauty. Ask Vincent van Gogh.
Sunflowers are usually ready for picking in July and August. The arrangement
is pick your own, self-service and self-payment. Leave the money in a sweet
little letterbox. What could be more picturesque than picking sunflowers in
Hoxla in Sorunda?
A three kilometer workout
The world’s longest gym is of course outdoors, along the lovely Strandvägen
(colloquially Ringvägen) to be exact. The course, or the gym, is 3 kilometers
one way and has 5 stations with a total of 11 gym machines. The editorial staff
have of course tried it out and can confirm that it is not just the world’s longest
but also the world’s nicest-looking gym. Use of the machines and views of the
unbroken sea horizon are completely free.
Natural gas
The building of the terminal for liquefied natural gas (LNG) at
Brunnsviksholmen started in autumn 2008. LNG is natural gas converted to liquid form by cooling it. That process reduces its volume
by a factor of more than 600. The terminal, which is in operation
since May 2011, is the first of its kind in the Baltic sea.
New Port
Ports of Stockholm is planning a new freight port for rolling cargo
and containers at Norvik (Nynäshamn). The construction start date
will be set as soon as all permits are granted. NCC is planning a
Logistics and Business Park of 600,000 square metres in the same
area. For more information: www.stoports.com
Live to shop
Alkärrsplan Utvecklings AB, a company owned by two Norwegian
companies and the Municipality of Nynäshamn, is planning to
build a 15 500 m2 big shopping centre at Alkärrsplan in central
Nynäshamn. New dwellings and car parks are also being planned
for, with direct access to the shopping centre.
The Fishing harbour
The formal procedure of planning for the development of the
picturesque fishing harbour of Nynäshamn started during 2010.
The framework consists of a “harbour vision” formulated by an
appointed group of politicians, two architectural designed proposals and comments and proposals sent in from the public. The
objectives are to develop the fishing- and guest harbour to a more
vivid area and make a natural attachment to the town centre.
A variety of Housing
There are several on-going building projects with different kinds of
housing: Picturesque red wooden houses in Segersäng, a former
hospital converted into apartments on the island Trehörningen,
an 18-storey, spectacularly designed, apartment house containing
260 apartments with a sea view or your own place in the countryside with space for yourself and for your horse.
To find out more about the development and opportunities in Nynäshamn, contact the municipality of Nynäshamn,
www.nynashamn.se, +46 (0)8 520 680 00. Foto: Pontus Svanberg
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the HARD FACTs
THE BEST ABOUT NYNÄSHAMN
Whatever you want to do. Whatever you want to visit. Whatever you want to buy. On the following pages, you will find
most of the best on offer in the Municipality of Nynäshamn. And if you have any questions to which you cannot find the
answers, don’t hesitate to contact us.
Nynäshamns Tourist Office
Municipality reception
Fiskargränd, Se149 81 Nynäshamn
Town hall, Stadshusplatsen
Tel +46 (0)8 520 737 00
Tel +46 (0)8 520 680 00
www.visitnynashamn.se
www.nynashamn.se
Tel +46 (0)8 520 390 30
www.korunda.se
Nynäsgården Hotell & Konferens
Telegrafgatan, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 520 205 90
www.nynasgarden.se
Nynäs Havsbad
Strandgårdsvägen, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 520 604 00
www.nynashavsbad.se
TOURIST INFORMATION
TOURIST OFFICE
The Tourist Office offers you
information about activities,
sights and events both in
Nynäshamn and the rest
of Sweden. You can book
accommodation and activities, pick up brochures
and maps and use Internet.
The Tourist Office sells
Waxholmsbolaget’s cards,
the Stockholm card as well
as souvenirs, post cards and
stamps.
Nynäshamns Tourist Office
Fiskargränd, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 520 737 00
[email protected]
www.visitnynashamn.se
INFORMATION POINTS
The information points
hand out brochures and
can give you information on
local sights.
Blåklockans Trähantverk &
Silversmide
Kalvnästorpet, Skärlinge, Lisö
Coop Nära Spångbro
Kyrkgatan, Sorunda
www.coop.se
Nicksta Camping och Vandrarhem
Nickstabadsvägen, Nynäshamn
www.nickstabadet.se
Nynäshamns kommun, Municipal
reception
Stadshusplatsen, Nynäshamn
www.nynashamn.se
Skärgårdshotellet
Kaptensgatan, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 520 111 20
www.skargardshotellet.com
Utsikten Meetings
Utsiktsvägen, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 546 291 00
www.utsiktenmeetings.se
Shell Nynäshamn
Centralgatan, Nynäshamn
www.shell.se
YOUTH HOSTELS
Sjöprickens Keramikverkstad
Öja/Landsort
www.landsort.com
Landsorts Vandrarhem
Öja/Landsort
Tel +46 (0)8 520 341 05
www.landsortsvandrarhem.se
Torö Butik
Enby, Torö
www.torobutik.se
Wik-Inn Marina
Herrön, Ösmo
www.wik-inn.se
Västerby bygdegård
Västerby, Norra Sorunda
www.vasterbybygdegard.se
Ösmo Plantshop
Växtstigen, Ösmo
www.osmoplantshop.se
ACCOMmODATION AND
CONFERENCE
HOTELS
Körunda Golf & Konferenshotell
Körunda, Ösmo
Lövhagens Kaffeservering &
Vandrarhem
Lövhagens Friluftsområde, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 520 138 31
www.lovhagen.se
Nicksta camping och vandrarhem
Nickstabadsvägen, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 520 127 80
www.nickstabadet.se
Sorunda Wandrarhem
Kyrkgatan, Sorunda
Tel +46 (0)8 530 410 50
www.sorunda-wandrarhem.se
BED & BREAKFAST
Bed & Breakfast
Norr Enby, Sorunda
Tel +46 (0)8 530 442 36
www.visitnynashamn.se
Sjöbloms Öjabod (Stay in the old
pilot tower)
Öja/Landsort
Tel +46 (0)8 520 341 11
www.landsort.nu
Lövtorp Bed & Breakfast
Södra Lövtorp, Grimstaviken, Sorunda
Tel +46 (0)70 950 05 70
www.lovetorp.se
CAMPING
Nicksta camping och vandrarhem
Nickstabadsvägen, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 520 127 80
www.nickstabadet.se
COTTAGES
Cottages at Öja/Landsort
Norrhamn, Öja/Landsort
Tel +46 (0)709 562 561
www.sjoblomsservice.se
Lövhagens Kaffeservering och
Vandrarhem
Lövhagens Friluftsområde, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 520 138 31
www.lovhagen.se
Nicksta camping och vandrarhem
Nickstabadsvägen, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 520 127 80
www.nickstabadet.se
PRIVATE COTTAGES
Nynäshamns Tourist Office
Tel +46 (0)8 520 737 00
www.visitnynashamn.se
Happy Islands
Tel +46 (0)70 863 04 60
www.happyislands.se
RESTAURANT & CAFÉ
In Nynäshamn you’ll find
restaurants that serve local
cuisine, Chinese food, Thai
food, pizza, sushi and more.
RESTAURANTS
Freja
The Fishing harbour, Nynäshamn
The restaurant boat Freja is known
for its generous hamburger plates
and planked steak. Enjoy being near
water on the big outdoor patio. Live
music some evenings. Lunch and à
la carte. Open during the summer.
Tel +46 (0)8 520 118 59
Hembygdsgårdens Restaurang
Luddes gränd, Nynäshamn
Next to the local historic centre’s
old buildings and verdant grounds
is Hembygdsgården’s Restaurant.
The restaurant is located in a vintage
wooden building that conveys the
impression of a hunting cottage. The
restaurant is open year round and offers both lunch and à la carte. During
the summer months you can enjoy
your lunch in the outdoor café.
Tel +46 (0)8 520 100 50
www.restauranghembygdsgarden.se
Nynäs Havsbad
Strandgårdsvägen, Nynäshamn
The cuisine is oriented towards modern European food, based on carefully selected Swedish raw materials.
The seasonal menu bears the stamp
of the sea and lakes. To accompany
your meal, a well-orchestrated wine
list is offered and a large selection of
exciting drinks and spirits. À la carte.
Please make reservations.
Tel +46 (0)8 520 604 00
www.nynashavsbad.se
Restaurang Kroken
The Fishing harbour, Nynäshamn
Restaurant Kroken is a marine
inspired restaurant specialising in the
archipelago’s delicacies. It also serves
award-winning beer from the micro
brewery in Nynäshamn. Lunch and
à la carte. Various artists display their
paintings in the restaurant throughout
the year.
Tel +46 (0)8 520 155 20
www.restaurangkroken.se
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Sjöbloms Restaurant
Öja/Landsort
Enjoy food prepared with fresh
and local ingredients, a genuine
archipelago idyll and a fantastic view
over the sea and the old lighthouse.
Lunch and à la carte. Please make
reservations in advance.
Tel +46 (0)8 520 341 11
www.landsort.nu
Sjöbodarna
Ankarudden, Torö
Restaurant near the sea offering
everything from lunch and dinner
to snacks and picnic baskets, all
made from local products. It also
serves award-winning beer from the
micro brewery in Nynäshamn and
organizes theme nights. Wonderful
open air seating area by the water.
Open in summer.
Tel +46 (0)8 520 313 80
www.sjobodarna.nu
CAFÉS
Blåklockan
Skärlinge, Lisö
Workshop and art gallery with café
and a cosy outdoor patio. All year
round, call for opening hours.
Tel +46 (0)8 520 324 00
Café & Crêperie Flötet
The Fishing harbour, Nynäshamn
Tasteful and modern interior design
and a lovely view of the harbour.
Choose among pastries, sandwiches
and delicious crêpes. Open in
summer.
Hamnbodarna
The Fishing harbour, Nynäshamn
The harbour booths at Fiskehamnen
are open during the summer months
and house everything from antiques,
art and knitted goods to cafés serving
ice cream, waffles and sandwiches.
Take a seat near the booths and
enjoy the atmosphere in the fishing
harbour. Live music some evenings.
Open June-August.
Lövhagens Kaffeservering
Lövhagen, Nynäshamn
Inside the renovated barn, you’ll find
Lövhagen’s café. Enjoy freshly baked
bread, pastries and lunches in the
garden or in the old barn. Close to
swimming and strolling areas. Open
daily May-October and weekends all
year round except December.
Tel +46 (0)8 520 138 31
www.lovhagen.se
VäxthusCaféet
Ösmo Plantshop, Växtstigen, Ösmo
The café is located in an exciting
green house environment. The café
serves Daily Specials, vegetarian Mediterranean food, homemade bread,
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pastries, coffee, tea and soft drinks.
Get inspired in the green house and
the shop, filled with decorating items
and gifts.
Tel +46 (0) 8 520 272 30
www.osmoplantshop.se
ARCHIPELAGO TRIPS
Colbing skärgård
Join author and photographer Sören
Colbing for an experience on themed
trips in the archipelago between
Huvudskär and Landsort: Genuine
archipelago, seals and eagles, photography, visit the outer archipelago,
pearls among islands and skerries.
Sören Colbing is an award-winning
photographer who spends a lot of
time in the archipelago. Sailboat or
larger tour boat, all year round.
Tel +46 (0)8 520 201 31
www.colbing.se
Skargard
Experience the archipelago and sea
all year round onboard a Vindö 65,
a classic long keeled beauty with
Nynäshamn as its home port. Enjoy
the relaxing sailing trip with the
skipper as your guide. He can find
the perfect bay, point out sea eagles
and take you to award winning restaurants. Sails all year round, during
the ice-free period.
Tel +46 (0)70 572 19 17
www.synapsen.se/skargard
Archipelago cruise
Let M/F Flora take you on a pleasant
two hour cruise in the beautiful
archipelago of Nynäshamn. Available
in summer.
Tel +46 (0)8 520 737 00
www.visitnynashamn.se
Ulf Holms Sjökonsult AB
Fantastic trips (one or more days)
onboard 46-48 foot sailing boats,
with the level of sailing tailored to the
guests’ experience. Ulf, the captain, is
a licensed marriage officiator and arranges weddings in the archipelago.
Sails all year round, as long as there
is no ice.
Tel +46 (0)8 520 383 91
www.ulfholm.se
Boat tour to Trosa
Let M/F Flora, a charming former
steam launch, take you on a pleasant
day cruise to Trosa along the Draget
canal. Café onboard. Departs from
the fishing harbour in Nynäshamn.
Available in summer.
Tel +46 (0)8 520 737 00
www.visitnynashamn.se
Scheduled archipelago traffic
Tour boats leave daily during the
summer for the islands Nåttarö,
Rånö and Ålö from Fiskehamnen,
the Fishing harbour, in Nynäshamn.
The islands have fantastic beaches,
restaurants that are open during the
summer, shops and cottages. Spend
a day on an island or take a roundtrip
and enjoy the fresh air in the beautiful archipelago.
Tel +46 (0)8 679 58 30
www.waxholmsbolaget.se
Öja/Landsort
Öja/Landsort is the southernmost
outpost of the Stockholm archipelago. Öja is best known for the
Landsort Lighthouse, the oldest preserved lighthouse in Sweden, dating
from around 1689. The island has a
restaurant, a youth hostel and a Bed
& Breakfast. During the summertime there is an outdoor sculpture
exhibition and you can also visit a
pottery workshop and a beautiful
chapel. Enjoy the barren rocks and
lush vegetation, all surrounded by a
genial archipelago atmosphere. Tour
boats leave daily all year round from
Ankarudden at Torö.
Tel +46 (0)8 520 737 00
www.visitnynashamn.se
WATERSPORTS
Surfing
Torö Stenstrand (pebble beach)
offers Sweden’s best surfing and also
attracts many kite and windsurfers.
The Swedish Surfing Championships
have been held here on several
occasions. Works from one up to
three meters on southernly swells,
close out when bigger.
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Water-skis/Wakeboard
Test your skills on a wakeboard or
water-skis with the help of one of
Sweden’s best clubs – Nynäshamns
Wakeboard club. No prior experience
required. The club house is beautifully located by the quiet and peaceful
Nynäsviken bay in the Lövhagen
open-air recreation area south of
the centre.
Tel +46 (0)8 520 155 40
www.nwk.nu
FISHING
FISHING GUIDES
Nynäshamn’s Fishing guides
The Fishing harbour, Nynäshamn
An exciting fishing adventure on
specially equipped boats, inside the
skerries or out on the open sea, all
year round. Where is determined by
the season and weather, the methods and gear that are used and, last
but not least, what one is fishing for.
In the winter there is ice-fishing once
the ice is solid. Full or half day trips.
Tel +46 (0)707 790 683
www.fiskeguidning.se
ON YOUR OWN
What could be more restful than
fishing? The area around Nynäshamn
is popular for fishing for salmon trout
and salmon, but don’t be surprised
to catch cod, herring, a pike or perch
either. You can find good fishing
waters at Lövhagen, Strandvägen,
Kärringboda Nature Reserve, Grava
and Fållnäsviken. Fishing is also
popular in Lake Fjättern. A fishing
permit, which is required for fishing
in Fjättern, can be purchased at the
shop Intersport in Nynäshamn.
DIVING
NOC Dyk & Marin
NOC Dyk&Marin´s diving school
offers training for everyone from
beginners to professional divers.
Training is conducted in small groups,
enabling instruction to be tailored
to the individual. If you are already
an experienced diver, join for an
evening/full day trip or something
shorter or longer, depending on what
you’re looking for. The company also
has a shop with diving equipment,
located at the station building at
Nynäshamns station.
Tel +46 (0)8 520 139 28
www.nocdyk.com
PLACES TO SWIM
SALTWATER SWIMMING
Hamnviksbadet
Hamnviken, Nynäshamn
Child-friendly bathing place in a
sheltered bay. The approach to the
bay is just three metres wide, making
Hamnviken a large heated lagoon.
Earth closet is available.
Kärringboda nature reserve
Nynäshamn
A little further away, a little more
sheltered and a little more secluded.
Gravamaren is a bay which is suitable for the disabled and small children.
Lövhagens Leisure area
Nynäshamn
Choose between smooth rocks and
pebble beaches. Knappelskär has
pebble beaches, while Andra pumpviken bay has a small sandy beach
and is ideal for children. Earth closets
are available in some places.
Marstabadet
Stora Vika
Nice swimming place with sand and
jetty. Earth closet available.
Nickstabadet
Nickstaviken, Nynäshamn
Nickstabadet offers a family-friendly,
shallow beach in central Nynäshamn,
with everything from a large and
magnificent sandy beach, to jetties,
waterslide, large grassed areas, 10
metre diving platform, toilets, mini
golf, kiosk, volleyball field and kayak
hire.
Rangsta jetty
Sorunda
The bathing place is child-friendly
and there are sandy as well as
grassed areas. A diving platform and
earth closet is available.
Strandvägen
Nynäshamn
There are many places to swim along
wonderful Strandvägen. Choose
between smooth rocks and pebble
beaches. Earth closets are available
in some places.
Ören
Torö
In the south west part of Torö
Island, in the Ören Nature Reserve
you’ll find Torö Stenstrand, an area
renowned for its beauty. The beach
is known as the best in Sweden for
surfing and you are sure to see wind
and kite surfers too when surf’s up.
There are also beautiful sandy beaches on the north west side of Ören.
Large parts of Stenstrand are privately owned and those living nearby
appreciate the clean and beautiful
beach. Please be considerate and
keep away from the houses.
Photo: Heidi Ekberg
Rotundan
The Fishing harbour, Nynäshamn
A charming restaurant in the guest
harbour serving delicious traditional
Swedish food. On Fridays and
Saturdays in summer troubadours,
often local talents, entertain. Open
from April – September. Lunch and
à la carte.
Tel +46 (0)8 520 162 15
FRESHWATER SWIMMING
Lionbadet
Muskan, Ösmo
Bathing place with grassed area, a
small sandy beach and earth closet.
Grindsjön
Sorunda
Deep in the heart of Sorunda is
Grindsjön, a beautiful forest lake. The
water is crystal clear and refreshing,
and at the most popular bathing
place the whole family can swim
from sturdy jetties, sunbathe on the
grass or swim out to the raft. Earth
closet is available.
INDOOR SWIMMING POOL
Ösmo Bath house
Ösmo Centrum, Ösmo
The different swimming pools suit
all ages. Also available; swimming
school, gym, solarium and a café.
Tel +46 (0)8 520 735 60
www.nynashamn.se/simhall
CANOEING
Nynäs Kajak & Upplevelser
Strandgårdsvägen, Nynäshamn
Rent kayaks for one or two persons
and outdoor equipment such as
tents. Guided tours include “the
Morning Tour”, “Yoga kayaking” and
“Kayaking among rocks and skerries”.
All tours are adjusted according to
the group’s ability and experience.
Educational courses are available.
Tel +46 (0)707 133 470
www.nynaskajak.se
Nynäshamns Kajakuthyrning
Lövhagen, Nynäshamn
Rent kayaks for one or two persons.
Guided tours by inquiry.
Tel +46 (0)702 75 75 16
www.hyrkajak.se
Nickstabadets kajakuthyrning
Nickstabadet, Nynäshamn
Rent kayaks for one or two persons,
Canadian canoes, rowing boats and
pedal boats.
Tel +46 (0)8 520 127 80
www.nickstabadet.se
GOLF
Nynäshamns Golf club
Körunda, Ösmo
Nynäshamns Golfklubb, voted “Golf
club of the year 2007”, is beautifully
situated by Lake Muskan in Körunda.
The course is a medium-level park
and woodland course with 27 holes
in three different loops. Each loop
has its own character, as reflected
in their names Valley, Lake and
Mountain. Sjögärdet is a pay-and-play
course with 9 holes. The club also
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In the outer archipelago you will meet seals. You can watch them pretty close if you rent a boat and go for a seal safari - these mammals are very
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RIDING
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Stall Idun
Övre Söderby, Norra Sorunda
An opportunity to ride on Clydesdale
horses. The breed Clydesdale has its
origin in the Lanarkshire area Clydesdale in Scotland. Stall Idun offers day
or half day tours for both experienced riders and beginners. Children
can get acquainted with kittens, hens
and chickens or ride ponies.
Tel +46 (0)73 985 38 63
www.stallidun.com
Herrhamra gård
Herrhamra, Nynäshamn – Torö
Herrhamra farm offers riding for both
experienced riders and beginners.
In the stables you will find different
breeds with a shoulder height
between 150 and 165 centimeters. You can ride in groups of up
to five people, or alone if you are
experienced. You can rent a horse for
a day, a weekend or for several days
in the month.
Tel +46 (0)708 88 21 21
www.herrhamragard.se
ON SNOW AND ICE
ICE SKATING
has large, open practice areas and
a golf studio open all year with the
latest in swing analysis.
Tel +46 (0)8 524 305 90
www.nynashamnsgk.se
Golf Simulator at Utsikten
Meetings
Utsiktsvägen, Nynäshamn
Play a round of golf on GolfBlaster
3D - the most advanced Golf Simulator in the market.
Tel +46 (0)8 546 291 00
www.utsiktenmeetings.se
BOWLING
Nynäs Bowling & Restaurang
Idunvägen, Nynäshamn
Theme nights, corporate events or
children’s parties. Or simply bowling.
For those wishing to improve their
skills it is also possible to take a
course.
Tel + 46(0)8 524 008 00
www.nynasbowling.nu
CYCLING
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CYCLE RENTAL
Nynäshamns Gästhamn &
Turistbyrå
The Fishing harbour, Nynäshamn
Bike hire for adults and children.
Helmets, saddles for children and
handlebar baskets are available. You
can also find maps and information
about good cycle routes.
Tel +46 (0)8 520 737 00
www.visitnynashamn.se
Sjöbloms Service
Norrhamn, Öja/Landsort
Bike hire for adults and children. Helmets, handlebar baskets and saddles
for children are available.
Tel +46 (0)709 562 561
www.sjoblomsservice.se
CYCLE ROUTES
Cycle around Södertörn
Cycle around Södertörn suggests
suitable cycle ways around magnificent Södertörn. The entire route
is approx. 300 km but you can also
choose shorter stretches. Find maps
at Nynäshamn´s Tourist Office and
in shops that carry maps or in wellassorted book stores.
www.cykelframjandet.se/sodertorn
Kustleden (Coast route)
Bring your bike out to the island. Take
the boat from Nynäshamn to Ålö and
from there cycle to Utö. The route
is nine kilometres and takes you
through striking typical archipelago
nature. From Utö you can travel
back to the mainland by ferry to
Årsta Havsbad. Maps are available
at Nynäshamn´s Tourist Information
Office.
Nynäsleden (Nynäs route)
Nynäsleden is a marked bicycle route
between Nynäshamn and Stockholm.
If you don’t want to cycle the whole
way you can take the bike on the
commuter train. Maps are available
at Nynäshamn´s Tourist Information
Office.
CLIMBING
Fituna, Sorunda
There are three rocks with different
levels of difficulty near Fituna.
Fjättern
Nynäshamn
This is a lake that is not cleared of
snow in winter. Parking is available at
Torö Sten or near Enebybanan.
Folkets Hall
Kvarnängen,
Nynäshamn Ice arena available
to the public. Home arena for the
Nynäs Hockey team.
www.nhc.nu
Long distance skating
Nickstaviken usually freezes over
early and is the perfect starting point
for tours heading south, for example
towards Kärringboda Nature Reserve
and Järflotta.
Iceguide
Arranged tours on the ice in Nynäshamn and the surrounding area. All
equipment is included.
Tel +46 (0)730 89 47 63
www.iceguide.se
Muskan
Ösmo
Lake, not cleared of snow in winter.
Parking is available near Körunda
Golf and Conference Hotel.
CROSS-COUNTRY SKIING
Fjättern
Nynäshamn
Tracks on 5, 6, 10 and 15 km and
one illuminated track (2.5 km) situated south of the lake. You can turn
the lights on by yourself - there is a
notice board at the rock called Torö
Sten near where you park your car.
Photo: Heidi Ekberg
Vårdkaseberget (8-12 metres high)
offers good climbing at all levels of
difficulty. There is a magnificent view
over the bay Himmerfjärden from
the top of the rock. Grönbrinksberget
is approximately 20-25 metres high
and offers slightly more difficult
climbing, although there are some
easier passages. The best time to
climb here is in the early summer
before the vegetation becomes too
dense. Fullbroberget offers easier
climbing where the rock has a gentler
gradient, about 70 degrees. There is
also a nice beach at Fullbro.
www.klatterforbundet.se
Körunda
Ösmo
Körunda offers tracks on the golf
course near Lake Muskan. The tracks
are between 1 and 3.5 km. Start at
the gates or the hotel.
Lövhagens friluftsområde
Nynäshamn
At Lövhagen there are no pre-made
tracks but it is a very popular area in a
scenic environment close to the water. Start at Lövhagen’s youth hostel.
Sunnerby
Sorunda
Sunnerby has an illuminated ski track
on 2.5 km which can be extended
up to 10 km when there is a lot of
snow. Set off from Väggarö road in
Sunnerby.
BIRD WATCHING
Våtmark Alhagen (wetland)
Nynäshamn
The rich environments of the wetlands attract many ducks, waders and
small birds. In the spring, big flocks
of waders rest in the area. Mallards,
teals and shovelers also look for food
here. If you are lucky, you may see
a marsh harrier glide over the area.
Sea ducks, common sandpipers and
long-tailed tits thrive here. The rare
lesser spotted woodpecker can also
be found here. The big deciduous
trees that have been flooded by the
wetlands have been left in place to
help the woodpecker.
Tel +46 (0)8 520 680 00
www.nynashamn.se
Öja/Landsort
The island’s north-south location makes it an interesting habitat for migratory birds. The island is also good for
Eastern rarities from across the sea.
Birds from the south and southeast
are discovered by Landsort before all
the other islands in the archipelago,
due in part to the lighthouse and pilot lookout. Nowadays, bird banding
is carried out mainly around the bird
station by Bredmar and during some
periods around the lighthouse on the
southern promontory.
Tel +46 (0)8 520 340 11
www.landsort.com/birds
Östra Styran
Ösmo
Östra Styran is a wetland that is an important resting place for many bird species, especially in the spring. Common
species include greylag, Canada goose,
whooper, wood sandpiper, long-eared
owl and crane. The bird tower is an
excellent observation place, though
there are also good observation places
elsewhere in the wetlands.
Nynäshamn’s ornithologists:
www.nynof.se
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The church in Sorunda is one of the biggest in the province. It has its origins in the 12th century. The church contains a Madonna cabinet from the
Lübeck workshop of Herman Rode, dating from 1480. The chapel of the Bååth family is the oldest Christian chapel for a noble family in Sweden.
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Ören
Torö
Southern Torö is primarily a reserve
for flights of birds. Large numbers of
birds pass by Örudden/Stenstrand.
On a good day in SeptemberOctober, many different birds of
prey can be seen. In the autumn,
many waders rest by Reveln, and
there are some passerines in the
fields by Herrhamra. Sea eagles are
often seen in the winter. There are
good views of the flight of seabirds
from Läskär.
Nynäshamn’s ornithologists:
www.nynof.se
Lövsjön
Sorunda
Lövsjön is a narrow wetland area,
approximately 2.5 km long and
covered by a connected belt of reeds
and sedge. The surroundings consist
mostly of agricultural land. The lake is
difficult to access as much of it is surrounded by dense forest. Common
bird species include cranes, whoopers, pochards, honey buzzards, hobbies and spotted crakes. There are
outlooks on the southwestern side
of the lake where a meadow slopes
down towards the lake. The central
and northern parts can be seen from
Korpberget by the northeastern part
of the lake. Great care must be taken
in spring and summer as the cranes
brood in the reeds on the northern
side of the lake.
Nynäshamn’s ornithologists:
www.nynof.se
HIKING
Sörmlandsleden Trail
The 1000-km Sörmlandsleden Trail
winds its way through Sörmland and
is one of Sweden’s longest nature and
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culture trails. The Sörmlandsleden Trail
starts in Nynäshamn by Kvarnängen
recreational area and winds its way
all the way up Hemfosa, past Muskan
and Segersäng. Trail descriptions and
information are available from Nynäshamn Tourist Office where you can
also buy a supplementary map. The
trail is marked in orange. Stage signs
are erected on the stage boundaries
and provide the hiker with information
such as maps and descriptions of the
stages immediately before and after
the sign. There are signs by places of
natural and cultural interest.
Tel +46 (0)155 355 64
www.sormlandsleden.se
NATURE
Fjärilsstigen (the butterfly trail)
Stora Vika
Fjärilsstigen is three kilometres long
and leads round a big quarry that
supplied the now closed cement
factory in Stora Vika with limestone
from 1949-1981. The calcareous,
open land with good insolation and
warmth is home to an unusually rich
flora with many kinds of butterflies.
Along the nature trail, you will pass
signs with information about the
plant and butterfly species you can
see on your walk. You can also read
about other animals that live here
and a bit about Stora Vika’s history.
Kärringboda Nature Reserve
Nynäshamn
This is a scenic, historic area with
rich birdlife and varied nature of
forest clad mountains, cultivated
land, pastures, beaches, scenic bays,
potholes and erratic blocks. There are
many and varied trails, the longest
of which is approximately eight
kilometres. There is parking, a dry
closet and disabled dry closet in the
area. By Grava there is a disabled
dry closet and a path with disabled
access to the swimming area. The
area is managed by the Stockholm
Archipelago Foundation.
Strandvägen and Lövhagen
recreational area
Nynäshamn
The beautiful Strandvägen starts
by the bus stop at Nynäs Havsbad
and continues along the coast to
Lövhagen recreational area. From
here, you can see the open sea and
the horizon. On the way, you will pass
Oscarsberget with signatures from the
royal family carved in the rock, the
community centre with the old fishing
croft Luddes Stuga and Nynäshamn
Yacht Club. Strandvägen’s predecessor
consisted of wooden jetties built
when the Olympic regattas were held
in Nynäshamn in 1912. Several geological sights line the road including
fissure caves that have been hollowed
out by the waves. Lövhagen recreational area has many roads, trails and
exercise tracks for walking, jogging and
skiing. The area also offers nice sandy
beaches, cliffs suitable for swimming,
fishing and places to camp.
Våtmark Alhagen (wetland)
Nynäshamn
In Alhagen, the water surfaces and
fresh vegetation of the wetland meet
dramatic, sheer mountainsides and
rich forest environments. When
the wetland was established, there
was already a diversity of biotopes,
habitats that were home to a number
of rare animals and plants. The area
has six kilometres of paths to allow
visitors to study the rich plant and
animal life close up. If you would like
to get closer to the water, you can
walk along the embankments that
separate the wetland dams.
GARDEN
Gösta’s garden
Nynäshamn
Svandammsparken is a filled bay that
has become a multi-activity park that
includes a boules court. The southern part of the park has a collection
of many beautiful plants. This part is
commonly known as Gösta’s Garden.
The garden is tended by garden
amateurs in Nynäshamn.
Ösmo Plantshop
Växtstigen, Ösmo
Green fingers or not, Ösmo Plantshop has something for everyone
from professional botanists to garden
dummies. Enjoy a walk through
the show garden, look for bargains
among the pots and decorations, visit
the new “walk-in” floral fridge and
end with lunch or a cup of coffee.
Tel +46 (0)8 520 272 30
www.osmoplantshop.se
ART & HANDICRAFT
Blåklockans Wooden handcrafts &
Silverwork
Skärlinge, Lisö
At Blåklockan, many artists and
craftsmen exhibit their works of wood
and silver, flower arrangements,
watercolours, oils, ceramics and press
forgings. Bertil also works here with
his beautiful silver jewellery. Café.
Open weekends all the year round
and daily in summer.
Tel +46 (0)8 520 324 00
Fållnäs Art gallery
One of the wings of the traditional
Fållnäs Castle has a beautiful art
gallery where the voluntary organi-
zation Fållnäs Konsthall organizes
exhibitions during the summer half
of the year. Refreshments are served
during exhibitions.
Tel +46 (0)8 520 351 30
www.fallnas.se
Gallery Folliero
The Folliero couple has their own
gallery and silver smithy in a beautiful
turn-of-the-century setting in Ösmo
between the church and the rectory.
As well as the permanent exhibition
of paintings and silver, the gallery
always has different exhibitors of art
and handicraft.
Tel +46 (0)8 520 384 74
www.gallerifolliero.se
Godsmagasinet (gallery)
Fiskehamnen, Nynäshamn
This beautiful room exhibits and
sells handicraft and pictorial art
by local and guest craftsmen and
artists. The warehouse operates all
the year round. The annual summer
exhibition runs from mid-June to the
end of August.
Tel +46 (0)8 520 737 00
Nynäshamns Art gallery
Nynäshamn
The town’s art gallery holds different
kinds of exhibitions ranging from
pictorial art to photos and textiles.
Open all the year round.
Tel +46 (0)8 520 683 10
www.nynashamn.se/bibliotek
Sjöpricken Landsort
Öja/Landsort
Pottery and shop with archipelagoinspired, hand-painted glass,
pottery, textile prints and art from
Landsort. Open all the year round.
Tel +46 (0)8 520 341 05
www.landsort.com
MUSEUMS
Järnvägsmuseet
(The Railway Museum)
Steam engines, diesel engines and
railway carriages from the turn of
the century onwards are exhibited in
the historic premises of the former
Stockholm-Nynäs railway. There are
also workshops, photos and objects
on display. Open on the last Sunday
of every month from 1-4 pm (except
December and January). 1 July31August: every Sunday 1-4 pm.
Tel +46 (0)8 520 139 55
www.njm.nu
Hembygdsgårdens museum
(Local History Museum)
Nynäshamns Hembygdsgård and
museum consist of a collection of
beautiful old houses. There are lovely
objects from the whole municipality.
Nynäshamn’s oldest house, known
as Luddes Stuga, is also located
along the road. Open Sundays in
summer 12-4 pm.
Tel +46 (0)8 520 166 34
www.nynashamnshembygdsgard.se
ANCIENT REMAINS
Järnåldershuset
(The Iron Age house)
Körunda, Ösmo
The Iron Age house is a reconstruction from old remains of a settlement
that archaeologists have found in the
area. The house is open for special
events.
www.tostesta.se
Runstensvägen
(The rune stone road)
Nynäshamn-Ösmo
Nynäshamn is one of the municipalities with most ancient remains in
Sweden. Runstensvägen, the rune
stone road, runs between Djursnäs
Säteri in the south and Norra Stutby
in the north. Many of the ancient
remains around Ösmo and Sorunda
are found along the road. Rune
stones line the road and there are
also grave fields. A map and further
information is available from the
Tourist Office.
Tel +46 (0)8 520 737 00
www.visitnynashamn.se
Vårdkasen (The beacon)
Fituna, Sorunda
The beacon is one of the oldest,
authentic beacons in Sweden and
is built on a big barrow, probably
from the Bronze Age. Next to it are
the foundations of a house, possibly
the residence of the beacon guard.
The beacon was part of the warning
system of beacons that previously
existed around the coasts of Södertörn. There are magnificent views
from Vårdkaseberget, the beacon,
over Himmerfjärden and Sorunda’s
west coast. Information Nynäshamn
Tourist Office.
Tel +46 (0)8 520 737 00
www.visitnynashamn.se
CHURCHES
Nynäshamn Church
Nynäshamn church rises on a cliff
by the harbour. With its characteristic
profile, it is an excellent navigation
mark for sailors. Nynäshamn Church
was designed by Professor Lars Israel
Wahlman and completed in 1930.
The church sewing circle and Kyrkans
Vänner (the Friends of the Church)
had been collecting money and
gifts for over 15 years to pay for the
building work.
Tel +46 (0)8 520 102 13
www.svenskakyrkan.se/nynashamn
Sorunda Church
Sorunda Church is one of the largest
in Södermanland. The oldest parts of
the stone-built church date from the
late 12th century The Bååth family
chapel is the oldest of its kind in
Sweden. The paintings in the chapel
date from 1549. The church also
contains a Madonna cabinet from the
Lübeck workshop of Herman Rode,
probably dating from the 1480:s.
Swedish author Moa Martinsson is
buried at Sorunda Church.
Tel +46 (0)8 530 400 17
www.sorundakyrka.se
Torö Church
Torö Church is a small place of
worship, typical of those built in
the sparsely populated archipelago
parishes. The church was damaged
during the Russian assaults of 1719
and lack of money meant it was
unable to be rebuilt until 1738
when funds for the restoration work
had been collected by means of a
national collection. The church was
plastered in 1849 and the windows
gained their present round-arched
shape in connection with renovation
work in 1880. The interior was
modernised in 1930.
www.osmotoro.se
Ösmo Church
The oldest part of the stone-built
church was constructed in the latter
part of the 12th century. The interior of the church is decorated with
frescos added just after the middle
of the 15th century. It is said that the
frescos were painted by Peter Målare
and his apprentice Albertus Pictor;
the most famous church artists of
the medieval period. The church also
contains a large number of coats
of arms used in processions, and a
triumphal crucifix.
Tel +46 (0)8 520 300 11
www.osmotoro.se
SHOPPING
FLOWERS & GARDEN
Anettes blommor
Ösmo centrum, Ösmo
Tel +46 (0)8 520 381 33
Bellis
Centralgatan, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 520 205 15
www.bellis.nu
Blomstersnäckan
Nynäsvägen, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 520 218 50
www.euroflorist.se
Granngården
Sundby, Sorunda
Tel +46 (0)8 530 400 56
www.granngarden.se
Retrohuset
Konsul Johnssons väg, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 520 104 24
www.retrohuset.se
Vansta Trädgård
Vansta Gård, Ösmo
Tel +46 (0)8 520 274 80
www.vanstagard.se
Ströms Gårdfarihandel
Centralgatan, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 520 173 40
Ösmo Plantshop
Växtstigen, Ösmo
Tel +46 (0)8 520 272 30
www.osmoplantshop.se
COMPUTERS, TV & PHOTO
Dvd huset
Centralgatan, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 520 213 47
www.dvdhuset.com
Expert
Telivägen (Sjötelegrafen),
Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 501 051 25
www.expert.se
HG - Bild (Photo)
Centralgatan, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 520 159 00
www.hgbild.se
The Phone House
Stadshusplatsen, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 520 669 60
www.phonehouse.se
JEWELLERY & GIFTS
Maritzas Guld, Ur & Presenter
Centralgatan, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 520 103 51
HOME FURNISHINGS
Binge Ting – Antik & Prylar
Teknikervägen, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)70 477 09 25
www.bingeting.se
Flügger färg
Nynäsvägen, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 520 109 01
www.flugger.se
Hemtex
Centralgatan, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 520 113 60
www.hemtex.se
Julias vita drömmar
Björsta by, Ösmo
Tel +46 (0)70 252 61 56
www.juliasvitadrommar.se
Jysk
Telivägen (Sjötelegrafen),
Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)770 45 74 57
www.jysk.se
Kålbäcks Färghall
Lövlundsvägen, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 520 168 68
www.colorama.se
Nynäs Konst & Hantverk
Stadshusplatsen, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 520 161 21
www.fkhnynas.se
Ohlens Diversehandel
Fredsgatan, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 520 137 00
Tygmans
Centralgatan,
Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 520 109 30
Villa Vintage
Hamngatan, Nynäshamn
www.systrartva.blogspot.com
Åsa & Årstiderna
Fredsgatan, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)766 344 114
www.asaocharstiderna.se
BEAUTY & HEALTH
Apoteket Hjärtat (pharmacy)
Centralgatan, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)771 405 405
www.apotekhjartat.se
Hälsokraft (health food)
Stadshusplatsen, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 520 100 88
www.halsokraft.se
Rappes
Fredsgatan, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 520 213 03
Tiny & More
Centralgatan, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 520 108 40
www.tinymore.se
Tess
Centralgatan, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 520 194 90
Vincent´s
Stadshusplatsen, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 520 186 00
TOYS & HOBBY
Barbros garn (yarns)
Frölunda, Sorunda
Tel +46 (0)8 530 442 92
www.barbrosgarn.se
Garn- och barnboden (yarns)
Heimdalsplan, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 520 209 33
Konstartera (art supplies)
Centralgatan, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 711 77 88
www.konstartera.se
Kicks (cosmetics)
Centralgatan, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 524 208 00
www.kicks.se
Priskrossaren
Fredsgatan, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 520 116 37
Ösmo Centrum, Ösmo
Tel +46 (0)8 520 304 75
www.priskrossaren.se
Kronans droghandel (pharmacy)
Fredsgatan, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)771 612 612
www.kronansdroghandel.se
Stickeriet (yarns)
Nynäsvägen, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 520 200 28
www.stickeriet.se
Life (health food)
Fredsgatan, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 520 203 50
www.lifebutiken.se
Svens Leksaker (toys)
Lövlundsvägen, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 520 109 91
Nynäs Kosmetik
Fredsgatan, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 520 144 66
FASHION
Betes
Centralgatan, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 520 130 60
Boutique LZ
Centralgatan, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 520 150 10
Dressman
Centralgatan, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 524 100 00
www.dressman.se
Åsas Leksaksförmedling
(second hand toys)
Fredsgatan, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 520 112 35
www.leksaksformedlingen.com
GROCERY
COOP Extra
Telivägen (Sjötelegrafen),
Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 519 780 00
www.coop.se
COOP Konsum
Centralgatan, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 520 142 20
www.coop.se
KlädEtta
Centralgatan, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 452 94 50
COOP Nära
Spångbro, Sorunda
Tel +46 (0)8 530 400 08
www.coop.se
Lindex
Centralgatan, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 520 205 50
www.lindex.se
ICA Kvantum
Nynäsvägen, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 524 006 20
www.ica.se
Pernillas Barn & Dam Secondhand
Stadshusplatsen, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)73683 85 84
www.pernillas.se
ICA Supermarket
Ösmo centrum, Ösmo
Tel +46 (0)8 524 309 50
www.ica.se
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Lidl
Nynäsvägen, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)20 190 80 70
www.lidl.se
Lisö Lanthandel
Bredbol, Lisö
Tel +46 (0)8 520 320 17
Stora Vika Livs
Marstaplan, Stora Vika
Tel +46 (0)8 520 358 93
Skottens Livs
Hamnviksvägen, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 520 117 12
Torö butik
Enby, Torö
Tel +46 (0)8 520 310 03
www.torobutik.se
SPORT & RECREATION
Intersport
Nynäsvägen, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 520 209 10
www.intersport.se
Nynäs Bike-center
Sandtorpsvägen, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 520 177 06
www.bike-center.se
NOC Dyk och Marin
Järnvägsgatan, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 520 139 28
www.nocdyk.com
Skohörnan
Centralgatan, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 520 140 14
Euro sko
Centralgatan, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 520 114 57
www.eurosko.se
MUSIC, FILM & BOOKS
Skinny (bags)
Lövlundsvägen, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 520 109 40
Bokcompaniet/Kihlstens
Bokhandel
Centralgatan, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 520 105 98
www.bokkompaniet.se
Den där musikaffären
Nynäsvägen, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 520 10573
www.musikev.se
Skivfönstret (records)
Centralgatan, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0) 8 520 168 15
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Fastighetsbyrån
Fredsgatan, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 520 274 84
www.fastighetsbyran.se
Tottnäs rökeri (smokehouse)
Tottnäs gård, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 520 415 71
Husman Hagberg
Nynäsvägen, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 410 960 60
www.husmanhagberg.se
Tryffelfabriken
Torggatan (Malmtorget), Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 717 29 58
www.tryffelfabriken.se
SERVICE
SHOES & BAGS
Willys
Nynäsvägen, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 524 007 50
www.willys.se
Filmkedjan
Nynäsvägen, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 520 110 65
www.filmkedjan.com
Nynäs Rökeri (smokehouse)
Fiskehamnen, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 520 100 26
www.nynasrokeri.se
DELICACIES
Chokladhuset
Änggatan, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 520 210 80
www.chokladhuset.com
Janes Kryddbod (spices)
Lövlundsvägen, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 520 129 00
www.janeskryddbod.com
Nilssons Köttaffär (butcher’s shop)
Fredsgatan, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 500 494 10
www.nilssonskottaffar.se
BANKS
Handelsbanken
Centralgatan, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 524 007 80
Ösmo centrum, Ösmo
Tel +46 (0)8 520 301 00
www.handelsbanken.se
Nordea
Fredsgatan, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)771 22 44 88
www.nordea.se
SEB
Centralgatan, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)771 365 365
www.seb.se
Swedbank
Centralgatan, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 520 669 90
www.swedbank.se
ESTATE AGENTS
Björklunds Fastighetsbyrå
Centralgatan, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 520 163 63
www.bjorklundsfastighetsbyra.se
Mäklarhuset Bjartorp
Fredsgatan, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 520 200 90
www.bjartorp.se
Nynäs bomäkleri & konsult
Heimdalsvägen, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 520 120 50
www.bomakleri.se
Svensk fastighetsförmedling
Centralgatan, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 520 190 50
www.svenskfast.se
HOUSING AGENTS
HSB Södertörn
Fredsgatan, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 608 68 10
www.hsb.se/sodertorn
Nynäshamnsbostäder
Backluravägen, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 520 687 00
www.nynasbo.se
OPTICIAN
AH- Optik
Fredsgatan, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 520 143 03
Specsavers Optik
Fredsgatan, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 520 119 24
www.specsavers.se
Synsam
Centralgatan, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 520 106 91
www.synsam.se
MEDICAL SERVICE
ON DUTY MEDICAL
CENTRES
Sorunda Vårdcentral
Spångbro torg, Sorunda
Tel +46 (0)8 120 665 66
www.legevisitten.se
Nynäs Vård
Idunvägen, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 520 720 68
www.legevisitten.se
Nynäsakuten
Lövlundsvägen, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 520 201 80
www.nynasakuten.se
Ösmo vårdcentral
Birkavägen, Ösmo
Tel +46 (0)8 120 665 00
www.legevisitten.se
Folktandvården (dentist)
Idunvägen, Nynäshamn
Tel +46 (0)8 123 158 55
www.ftv.sll.se
Photo: Heidi Ekberg
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NYNÄSHAMN GUEST HARBOUR
A HARBOUR FOR ALL THE FAMILY
We care about our environment. That’s why we’ve made it easy for you to think green on your holiday too.
In Nynäshamn’s guest harbour, we do our best to help you do your part, without making it boring or
complicated. Make an active choice when you choose a harbour, so we can all continue to enjoy fresh, clean
sea air in the future.
Nynäshamn Guest Harbour & Tourist Information Office, Fiskargränd 5, Fiskehamnen
Tel +46 (0)8 520 688 88 / +46 (0)8 520 737 00 [email protected]
Read more at www.nynashamn.se/gasthamn and www.visitnynashamn.se
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