Holiday in Nature
Visit Archipelagos, Biosphere Reserves, nature reserves, rivers or National Parks.
There are four Biosphere Reserves you could visit: The Rich Wetlands of Kristianstad (Kristianstads vattenrike) and Blekinge Archipelago in the South of Sweden. Further North, you will find Lake Vänern Archipelago and Mount Kinnekulle as well as the Nedre Dalälven – River landscape.
Värmland has plenty to offer for your nature trip, the big Lake Vänern, the River Klarälven and the nature reserve Glasskogen.
Additionally, the province of Jämtland hosts many outdoor destinations. In the region, you will find the great Lake Storsjön. The outdoor resort Åre is great for skiing in the winter. In the summer you can do MTB and hiking .
National parks, biosphere reserves, Eko parks, and nature reserves
For more inspiration on national parks and nature reserves in southern Sweden, click on the links. In addition, just minutes from Jönköping you enter the UNESCO declared Biosphere Reserve area, ”East Vättern Scarp Landscape” (Östra Vätterbranterna).
Sveaskog, Sweden´s largest forest owner welcomes visitors to their Eco or Eko parks. Please find a selection of their finest forest areas that you can visit.
For inspiration on biking in unique landscapes check out the bike-stops.
Bohuslän close to Gothenburg is great for rock climbing and coast-steering. Trad and crack climbing, travel around and look for different crags.
Travel in a motorhome
Rent a motor home in Jönköping for your northbound trip or if you are going to travel in the south or along the west coast in Sweden, Gothenburg is a good starting point.
The motorhomes are equipped with bicycle racks for up to 4 bikes and there are large outdoor spaces perfect for an active holiday.
You can park close to your activity without having to go to a campground. The motorhome is fully equipped with kitchen, shower, water boiler. They run on battery and LPG as well as WC.
More on overnight parking in the nature, please check the GoNatureTrip companies. Also, it is important to study the “Right of Public Access” act allowing you to park in the nature under certain conditions.