Beach section from Djurö's eastern side. Photo: Hans Kongbäck / IBL
Sailing boat in Malbergshamn. Photo: Anders Stagen
Labrador tea. Photo: Peter Turander / Azote
The barren east side of Djurö. Photo: Hans Kongbäck / IBL
Djurö National Park
Remote, isolated archipelago in Sweden’s largest lake
The Djurö archipelago consists of more than thirty islands and rocky islets in the middle of Lake Vänern. No archipelago in Sweden is in such a remote, isolated location, and it is precisely that seclusion that is so captivating. The islands’ wave-swept rocks, rubble stone shores and abundant bird life are typical components of the natural environment around Swedish lakes.
Here, you will find everything you need to know before your visit to Djurö National Park. When it is best to visit the park, how to get there and the rules you will need to follow once you are there.
Experiences and activities in Djurö National Park
Sweden’s national parks offer experiences for young and old alike. Here, you can read about the wide variety of activities and sites which you can experience in Djurö National Park.
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