This is our visitors guide in the web format, here you can find all the information available in the printed Visit Guide, but you also have all the possibilities, only one web site can offer.
One of the great advantages of our site is that we’ve translated most of the texts available in our Visit Guide in several languages. If a page is available in your language, you’ll see a flag icon in the menu at the top right and bottom of the page as well.
Besides the possibility to choose the language you have the opportunity to soldered find the information you are looking for. For example you can click on the menu at the top of this page and get an overview page of all opening hours for all companies represented their times.
Want to see all the restaurants that offer a glass of wine with dinner, click on the icon with a glass and a wine bottle. Should you make a shopping trip, you can click on the icon with a cart or with a small gift box, click through to the company that you want to visit, you want to get driving directions, click on the small map to get a larger site where you can type in your current location and find out exactly what route to take and how far it is to the store.
We hope you get great pleasure and find our web site heplful.
The Association of Kustvägen Sydost
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This site is about us living on Blekinge’s southeast coast, from Bröms in the north to Torhamn and Torham’s archipelago to the south. We think we live and work in one of the most beautiful places on earth, and more and more people discover it and want to spend a while as visitors here. What our visitors appreciate is the beautiful and varied nature, the nice bike paths, all farm shops the genuine shops and eateries. We conserve the genuineness and are convinced that we can offer an environment for well-being and recovery. To make it easier for anyone who visits us to get an overview of what we can offer, we have divided the area into four parts as you can see below.
On turning off the Route E22 at Bröms heading for Kristianopel, this is where Kustvägen starts. In the early days this was the border between Sweden and Denmark. At the bridge crossing Brömsebäck there is a memory stone raised in commemoration of the peace agreement made in Brömsebro in 1645. A short walk from here one can find remnants of
You leave the old ex., Danish town Kristianopel behind and travel Kustvägen going south towards Torhamn, Sweden’s most south easterly village. From certain spots en route you can catch glimpses of the Baltic Sea, and from several other points you can turn off the main road and over the meadow tracks reach the sea.
Travelling Kustvägen south you will eventually arrive in Sandhamn, a fishing community which was very active from the 1960´s. Today it is still home port for a number of active fishermen and their ships but the port has now a modern marina with quay cottages and a harbour restaurant.
The Eastern Archipelago consists of a number of smaller islands of which six are inhabited throughout the year, each island having its own unique idyllic character. From Torhamn take M/S Ungskär or from Yttre Park M/S Wittus and make a round tour out in the archipelago or disembark on an island of choice and explore the island on your own.
If you want to spend your holiday on the coastal road then there is a lot to choose from. We are many who rent cottages and villages. We have three camps. In Sandhamn and Kristianopel there is also a stop for motor homes.
Kustvägen offers several experiences beyond the usual. Here you can see seals in several places along Kustvägen Sydost, in Torhamnslandet you will find unique rock carvings, one of the most interesting birdwatching spots on Torhamns udde. Blekinge’s southeast coast was previously an area where the fishing industry was very viable, all small cozy ports are reminiscent of that time, still
Kustvägen Sydost can offer several small shops, ranging from the small romantic shop Sköna Ting at Kristianopels harbor to the grocery store Blomlövs Rökeri in Brömsebro and Orranäs Gårdsbutik with the most delicious goat cheese. Along the Kustvägen Sydost you will not find the big clothing chains, nor any hamburger chain, we protect the genuineness, the good and the experiences
An inspiration for cycling experiences on Kustvägen Sydost! Traveling by bike on a summer day and feeling the smells of flowering roses is an experience that you can take and live all year long. As you cycle on the coastal road, you will be faced with a mosaic of colors, smells and birdsong, of exciting environments and people. Here you