The Gotska Sandön National Park, located 38 kilometres north of Fårö, is the most isolated place in the Baltic.
The island is 36 square kilometres in area, nine kilometres long, and forms the highest part of a 120-kilometre long underwater ridge of moraine, gravel and sand stretching from eastern Gotland via Salvo Reef northeast of Fårö all the way to Kopparstenarna, 20 km northwest of Sandön.
How to get here:
The route between Nynäshamn and Gotska Sandön is serviced by M/S Gotska Sandön.
Bookings are made through Sandöresor.
Phn. +46 (0)16-15 05 65
OFFICIAL GUIDE TO NYNÄSHAMN
NYNÄSHAMN VISITOR CENTER
Fiskargränd, 149 81 Nynäshamn
Phone: +46 8-520 737 00