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Crystal clear waters inviting you for a swim, seafloor is pleasant hard sand. Seashells of differens species are abundant on the shore. Pastures are softly covering the inner northern island with lush walking paths to enjoy. There are cafés on the northern island, a small...More
We just loved our day on both the North and South island. The light house twins on the north island are worth visiting. On a clear day you can see Norway! The ferry across to the South island is super cute and quick. We walked...More
The ferry ride to the island was picture perfect (in the sunshine). We immediately visited the tourist information office, which had a lot of good brochures and activities for children. We then rented some old beat-up bikes and explored South Koster for most of the...More
The Koster islands offers a unique wildlife with seals, several species of birds and underwater coral reefs. First time I snorkled here this year - several species of wrasse, flounder fish, gobies and other small fish if you take your time to look among the...More
Definitely worth a visit if you're in Stromstad (not sure what else you'd do there anyway). The ferry is cheap but be sure to double check the time tables (the times are a bit spread apart and depend on exactly where on the islands you...More
Take a break from the sun and the beach and look into the huge unknown world of the deep sea around the Kosterfjorden islands. Sit down and look at the breathtaking photos in the film about underwater life. Such beauty, for most never to be...More
Took a ferry to Koster Islands. Multiple boats going to both islands so you need to make sure which boat to take. Signs were inadequate so best ask.
I went to the North Koster first. Hike the white trail to the coast. Spent some time...More
The Kosterhavets National Park is a wonderful place to lose yourself in nature. When I visited, the islands were carpeted in wildflowers, especially North Koster - the 'wilder' of the two islands. The walking trails are well marked and you can get a free map...More
The island of South Koster is a gem. The ferry takes about an hour from Stromstad, North Harbour, and there are 3 landing points on the island (and 2 more on North Koster, which is smaller and more rugged/rocky). At each landing point there are...More
Response from 235marcelv | Reviewed this property |
We took our dog with the ferry to kosterhavet, they even had a special cabin for dogs. But on the ferry we took you couldn't take your car, we just did a walk on South Koster and went back a couple hours later with the ferry... More
We took our dog with the ferry to kosterhavet, they even had a special cabin for dogs. But on the ferry we took you couldn't take your car, we just did a walk on South Koster and went back a couple hours later with the ferry to Stromstad.
Response from yphh22730pph | Reviewed this property |
Not in the park because it is a submarine park ;-). There is a "naturum" = nature museum on Koster where you get information and guidance to the park. However, on North Koster (Koster is two islands) there is a beautiful... More
Not in the park because it is a submarine park ;-). There is a "naturum" = nature museum on Koster where you get information and guidance to the park. However, on North Koster (Koster is two islands) there is a beautiful camp site which also has cabins (search for reservatet.nu, the page is in Swedish but there is a translation button down to the right). The camp is situated in a pine wood with a super-beautiful beach in front of it. The people who run it are really nice people.
Good luck, Christian