23-02-2024
Daydreaming about summer? So are we!

We can't wait till the Swedish summer. As excited as we are? Here are 6 facts about this magical season.

1. Right of public access: Allemansrätten
Embrace the freedom to roam and explore the great outdoors with Sweden's unique right of public access, allowing everyone to enjoy nature responsibly, from hiking and camping to berry picking and wildflower foraging.

2. Endless daylight
In the northern regions of Sweden the sun doesn’t set for several weeks. But even in the southern parts of Sweden during the peak of summer, the sun sets very late, often lingering until around 22:00 or even later in the evening. This extended daylight offers ample time for outdoor activities and exploration, contributing to the vibrant summer atmosphere of the region.

3. Foraging
During the summer months, embark on a foraging expedition amidst the forests and meadows. Discover an abundance of wild berries and mushrooms, such as smultron, also known as wild strawberries.

4. Crystal clear lakes
Sweden is the land of 100,000 lakes,  ensuring there's always one nearby to explore. With water that's often pristine, reaching almost drinkable quality, it's a paradise for nature enthusiasts and outdoor adventurers alike.

5. Midsommar
Midsommar celebrates the summer solstice with joyous festivities typically held in late June. Music, dancing, drinking and food: Midsommar is a cherished Swedish tradition.

6. Cottage life
Many Swedes spend their summer in cottages (stuga) in the countryside, escaping the hustle and bustle of the city. It offers the opportunity to unwind and reconnect with the simple joys of outdoor living. Our curated packages offer a combination of charming cottages nestled in nature, luxurious design accommodations and wellness experiences.

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