It’s very popular amongst the swedes to own a vacation home. Your own little piece of paradise where you can escape the everyday life, the hustle and bustle and become one with nature. Sweden is a country of vast forests, serene lakes, open wide mountains and a beautiful coastal archipelago. Therefor when you’re looking to rent a cabin in Sweden you will have the choice to pick what kind of surroundings you want to experience with your cabin rental. You will also have the option to pick what kind of cabin you prefer, some guests want to experience the luxury life while others prefer the modest and simple life. Majority of the vacation home owners in Sweden stay or live in their cabin during weekends and during their summer vacation, it’s therefor very common to rent out the cabin during the time when they are not using it.
There’s a big variation of nature in Sweden therefor there’s also a cabin to rent for everyone’s need and taste. Sweden is a relatively flat country, with big forests, many lakes and an extensive coastal archipelago. You will find Sweden’s mountain region close to the border of Norway, and also in the northern part of the country. Popular both in the winter as well as in the summer are the many ski resorts in the mountain area of Sweden.
On the west coast of Sweden, and also the archipelago of Stockholm is where you will find an array of islands of all shapes and sizes, with quaint summer cabins usually with a dock or marina to keep a boat. The cabins there are a huge favorite amongst the tourists and is therefore very popular throughout the summer time. Along the countryside of Sweden you will find beautiful forests, an abundance of lakes and wide fields filled with a variety of wild flowers.
Wherever you choose to spend your vacation in Sweden, you will always find an astonishing beautiful nature with the availability of many activities for instance, fishing, canoeing, mountain climbing, long hikes, or just going for a road trip throughout the countryside.
Throughout the winter there’s many activities you can partake in, for instance go snowmobiling , dogsledding, go long-distance skating on frozen lakes rivers and oceans, or why not downhill skiing or maybe try cross country skiing. The further north you go in Sweden, the more snow you also will have, the northern parts of Sweden is also a great place to witness the northern lights.
To make it easier for our clients, we have divided the country into three parts, south Sweden, middle Sweden and northern Sweden, we have also divided the country into 25 provinces including Stockholm and Gothenburg.
Here’s the 25 provinces in alphabetical order: Blekinge, Bohuslän, Dalarna, Dalsland, Gotland, Gästrikland, Gothenburg, Halland, Hälsingland, Härjedalen, Jämtland, Lappland, Medelpad, Norrbotten, Närke, Skåne, Småland, Stockholm, Södermanland, Uppland, Västmanland, Värmland, Västerbotten, Västergötland, Ångermanland, Öland och Östergötland
You will find more information about each province when you either search for a cabin and you do the search through typing a specific province in the search field, or on the side where it says province descriptions.
Sweden is part of Scandinavia and located in the northern part of Europe. Sweden is the fifth largest country in Europe and the biggest of the Scandinavian countries with an area of 447000 km2. The population of Sweden is approximately 10 million people.
The capitol of Sweden is Stockholm with a population of 1,4 million. The second biggest city of Sweden is Göteborg with a population of 550 000. The biggest island of Sweden is Gotland and the biggest lake of Sweden is Vänern.
More facts about Sweden: Wiki
The right to public access is something that all swedes care deeply about and is also something quite unique. The purpose and meaning with the right of public access is so everyone will have access to nature in Sweden. What that means is that anyone can move freely on someone else’s land and forest without asking for permission to do so, for an example you can pick both berries and mushrooms in the forest around your rental cabin, and also swim in lakes and hike in the forest. You can go canoeing, surfing, go bike riding, mountain climb and go walking and hiking thanks to the right of public access in Sweden.
However the right of public access also requires consideration and caution, for instance it is not allowed to make campfires everywhere, for example you’re not allowed to make up a fire on rocks and/or cliffs because of the capability for them to crack of the heat from the fire, it’s also not allowed to destroy, litter, break branches off of trees or remove cultivated plants. You’re not allowed to walk across somebody’s lawn or garden and you cannot cross a planted field or plantation. You’re also not allowed to walk too close to someone’s house, if you do you can be charged with unlawful entry.
Sweden has fantastic opportunities for fishing, with a multitude of lakes and with a long stretch of coast, is what gives the whole of Sweden very good access to fishing. Many cabins are strategically built close to a lake or the ocean, most often it’s the proximity to water or nature that attracts to build a summer house or cabin. You don’t need a fishing license to fish in most lakes, rivers and oceans in Sweden, however some lakes and rivers can have planted fish and in that case a fishing permit may be required.
It’s very popular to fish far out in the wilderness especially in northern Sweden. crab fishing is very popular on the west coast, and is usually a big hit with the kids. Take note that fishing will be prohibited when the fish are spawning. Please contact the home owner or landlord for the cabin that you’re renting, to find out if any fishing permits are required for the lakes and rivers surrounding the area that the cabin is located in. For any additional information of fishing or other recreational things to partake in, please contact the tourist office of Sweden.
There’s more to Sweden than just fishing and nature, many of our cities have museums, a cozy downtown, shopping malls, restaurants and private owned specialty shops.
Sweden has many fun amusement parks and theme parks for children of all ages, you can read about some of them below:
Gröna Lund in Stockholm
Liseberg in Göteborg
Furuviksparken in Gästrikland
Skara Sommarland in Västergötland
Leksand Sommarland in Dalarna
Halmstad Äventyrsland in Halland
Ölands Djur & Nöjespark at Öland
Kneippbyn at Gotland
Kayaking during your vacation in Sweden. Kayaking is a fun activity for the whole family and can be either a peaceful or wet adventure. Several of our cabins offer kayaks for rent. Otherwise, kayaks are available for rent throughout all of Sweden. Here you can read about some of Sweden's most popular waters for kayaking.
Our cabin agency is really passionate about the High Coast region. It is in the nature of the High Coast that we find our peace and recharge our energy. Renting out cabins, houses and other accommodation in the High Coast area and supporting the local businesses found here, is something that is close to our hearts.
Cabins among high mountains, ocean and deep forests. Welcome to spend your holiday in a dramatic landscape with the world's highest coastline!
In 2016, the High Coast was named Sweden's most beautiful nature by the Swedish people in a vote created by the Swedish Society for Nature Conservation - but already in 2000, the steep coastline was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site because the environment is considered unique in the world and thus important to all mankind.
In other words, while in the High Coast you do not have to look long to discover fantastic nature experiences and activities. Many are also durable and free. Directly outside your cabin you can enjoy everything from beautiful views and warm sun, red cliffs to fantastic fishing waters and magnificent hikes.;
Renting a cabin in the High Coast offers an ocean of possibilities! Archipelago boat traffic departs from several ports to a number of islands such as Ulvön, Trysunda and Högbonden. Högbonden is Sweden's second highest lighthouse and the cliffs plunge right into the sea. A place characterized by stillness and tranquility high above the roaring waves of the Bothnian Sea.
Ulvön, known as the pearl of the Bothnian Sea, is an idyll with picturesque houses, red cabins, fishing villages, mines and cobblestone fields surrounded by endless sea. For many, the island is associated with fermented herring, but here is really everything for the taste buds at the island's popular restaurants and cafes! Ulvön is a day trip worth going to all year around, to enjoy the beautiful nature.
Framed between mountains and sea, you will find Trysunda. An island with sandy beaches, cobblestone fields and silence. Trysunda is a real gem in the High Coast region and has also been named Sweden's most beautiful island. Every summer, the island comes to life by summer visitors and tourists. They come for the peace, the silence and of course for the beautiful nature.
Where should we start? There is a lot to do in Sweden's most beautiful nature, regardless of whether you want to raise your heart rate or unwind.
If you want to swim from cliffs and rocks, we recommend Rotsidan and if you want a beautiful beach in an archipelago environment, Norrfällsviken is a good alternative. If the weather calls for indoor activities, you can instead visit Paradiset spa.
In Skuleskogen National Park, you walk on well-marked trails in a wonderful landscape. Hiking on beautiful paths and cliffs with spectacular views of mountains, forest and sea. There are several trails to choose from and many beautiful places for barbequing or swimming. With comfortable shoes and a tasty picnic, it can't get any better! Here is also Europe's largest Via Ferrata facility for those who want to experience rock climbing at Skuleberget's 250 meter high rock wall.
The High Coast is so much more than beautiful nature. Here you can buy high-class, local art and genuine craftsmanship with brands such as Docksta Sko, Fjällräven and Sandlund / Hossain. Here you will find exciting military history at Hemsö Fortress, and cultural history at Mannaminne and at Nämforsen's rock carvings. Here you will also find a large selection of restaurants, farm shops and award-winning liquors from, for example, Hernö Gin and High Coast Whiskey. In the high coast region there are many possibilities for a memorable holiday!
Att ta sig till Höga Kusten är enkelt, oavsett vilken av de fyra ingående kommunerna du väljer (Härnösand, Kramfors, Sollefteå och Örnsköldsvik). Här finns tre flygplatser, liksom höghastighetsjärnvägen Botniabanan och Europaväg 4 (E4) som löper genom destinationen.
More information about destination High coast:https://www.hogakusten.com/en