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Nature

Nynäshamn is a favourite with those who love the outdoors.


Nynäshamn's surroundings are varied and beautiful and, as it is in the outer isles, there are stony beaches and cliffs, as well as deep pine forests. Welcome to very special nature.

  • dickie's bladder-fern

    Hin Håles Garden


    Hin Hales Garden is moist, shady - in fact quite enchanting. Listen to the nightingales, experience the steep canyon and enjoy wild and unspoiled nature.
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  • Österby forest


    Österbyskogen is the forest for those who want to browse among many forest types and tree species in a limited area.
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  • Slätmossen - Borgberget


    Wander through the twin reserve Slätmossen-Borgberget and explore its two ancient forts and rare plants!
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  • dickie's bladder-fern

    Rosenlunds forest


    Walk through Rosenlundsskogen (the Rose grove forest) and see the rare lichen Lobaria pulmonaria or why not study the unusual crown-tipped coral fungus up close. Bring some lunch and enjoy the scenery!
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  • White wooden anemone

    Nynäs Gård


    Welcome to roam friendly land in mansion surroundings. There are ramson, oak, hardwood forests, orchids and more. If you are lucky you might catch sight of a tawny owl.
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  • Autumn leaves in water

    Häringe - Hammersta


    Welcome to the county's largest contiguous hardwood forests. Here you will find large old oaks, lobaria pulmonaria, toothwort, woodruff and more.
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  • Vy över Östra Styran med gräs och vatten och röd-vita trähus i bakgrunden

    The wetlands of Östra Styran


    The 2.5 km-long footpath around the wetlands starts at the Östra Styran bird tower. The path is marked with red posts and streamers, and there are information boards at 10 locations describing what there is to see.
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  • Ören and Reveludden


    Pay a visit to the stony fields of Ören or the shallow sandy beaches of Reveludden.
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  • Strandvägen and Lövhagen


    The open horizon is best seen from beautiful Strandvägen in the southern part of Nynäshamn. Strandvägen was built in connection with the Olympic sailing events in 1912 and is now a popular walking area for lovers of the great outdoors. Lövhagen open-air recreation area has plenty of hiking trails and picturesque rest areas where you can unpack your picnic.
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  • Grenn grass, a big oak and a red wood cottage in the background

    Käringboda nature reserve


    Käringboda nature reserve offers a beautiful and well-conserved archipelago landscape just two kilometers from Nynäshamn. In the southern part you will find Rassa vikar (a bay), with its fragrant orchid fields in springtime. The walking paths are arranged so that you can adjust the length of your walk by choosing between different paths with varying levels of difficulty. You will also find many beautiful beaches here. Some are suitable for the disabled.
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  • Sea pea

    Järflotta nature reserve


    At the initiative of the landowner, the island of Järflotta became a nature reserve in 1968. Here you will find large sandy beaches, unusual in the Stockholm archipelago. The landscape is dominated by pine forest but there is also some cultivated land.
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  • Torö pebble beach


    Stenstrand is a wonderful beach right out on Torö, south of Nynäshamn, and is reminiscent of Gotland. It has taken on almost mythical status among Sweden's surfing community but also attracts birdwatchers, families with children and the occasional honeymooners. From here you can see the open horizon and look out over Landsort.
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  • Strandvägen


    The open horizon is best seen from beautiful Strandvägen in the southern part of Nynäshamn. Strandvägen was built in connection with the Olympic sailing events in 1912 and is now a popular walking area for lovers of the great outdoors.
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  • Part of the river

    The wetlands of Alhagen


    Alhagen is a wetland area where clean sewage is treated using nature's own methods. It is part of Sweden's largest network of wetlands, built primarily to reduce emissions of sulphur into the sea from urban areas.
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OFFICIAL GUIDE TO NYNÄSHAMN

Tourist Centre

NYNÄSHAMN VISITOR CENTER
Fiskargränd, 149 81 Nynäshamn
Phone: +46 8-520 737 00
E-mail: info@nynashamn.se

These are our current opening hours:

Monday – Sunday 9 am – 6 pm

Changed opening hours the 17-18th of June
9 am – 5 pm, closed for lunch noon – 1 pm

Nynäshamn Ekokommun
Stockholm
För mobilknapp i topp
  • NYNÄSHAMNS BESÖKSCENTER
  • Fiskargränd, 149 81 Nynäshamn
  • Telefon: 08-520 737 00
  • e-post: info@nynashamn.se
  • Aktuella öppettider:
  • Måndag - fredag 9-17,
    lunchstängt 12-13

 

OFFICIAL gUIDE TO nYNÄSHAMN

Tourist Centre

NYNÄSHAMN VISITOR CENTER Fiskargränd, 149 81 Nynäshamn
Phone: +46 8-520 737 00
E-mail: info@nynashamn.se

Stockholm
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