The VIDA Museum & Art-gallery is situated on route 136, nine kilometres south of Borgholm, Öland, with a beautiful hilltop setting, overlooking the waters of Kalmarsund. The present 2000 m2 building, in glass, concrete, iron and wood, lies on a historic site just north of the Halltorp Inn. At the time of its inaugural opening in June, 2001, the newly-built museum featured an art-gallery and two wings devoted, respectively, to the work of Ulrica Hydman-Vallien and that of Bertil Vallien. Here can be seen the entire range of their artistry, encompassing four decades. The most important starting-points from the early 1960s, to the very latest work in glass, ceramics, sculpture and painting are shown in the museum.
The Royal Family's summer residence is located on Öland. Solliden’s Palace parkland is open for visitors 15/5 – 15/9. Open: Daily 11.00 am – 18.00 pm (gates close 17.00). ”Welcome to the beautiful park of Solliden with its luxuriant trees, shrubs and flowers. Solliden is a part of our cultural heritage, which is of special concern to me. It was built by my great-grandmother, Queen Victoria, and was completed in 1906. When my great-grandfather, Gustav V, died in 1950, I inherited the palace. It is my intention to preserve Solliden, so that future generations will be able to enjoy its unique and glorious gardens.” - Carl Gustaf -
Himmelsberga is Öland´s most genuine village and now preserved as an open air museum with enclosed farms built along both sides of the narrow village road. The heart of the museum consists of several large farms with buildnings daing back the 18 th and 19 th century. All the original furniture is still to be found in the cottage and, outside, in the old stables, can be seen all the tools and equipment that were used on the farms. The coffe shop sells freshly baked bread and hot pies and you can buy genuine Öland handicrafts in the village shop. Himmelsberga has exhibitions of arts and crafts in its two galleries, and there is also art museum with a collection of older and modern Öland paintings.
Borgholm Castle is one of the most well-known buildings in Sweden and reflects nearly one thousand years of different architectural styles and construction methods. Borgholm Castle, ”the most beautiful ruin in Scandinavia”, is one of those examples of architecture, that leaves hardly any visitor unaffected. Its size is overwhelming, its position enchanting.
On the north east tip of Öland, by the gate to Trollskogen nature reserve, you'll find Naturum Trollskogen. Many of the trees in the forrest are very old, about 100-200 years. Crooked pine trees, affected by the winds from the sea, rotates in imaginative forms. You'll also find fir-trees and old oaks.
Welcome to Ottenby and southern Öland. Ottenby, on the very south of the island of Öland, is one of the top areas for birding in Sweden - 377 species have been observed here. A visit to Öland offers fantastic opportunities for bird studies all the year round. Ottenby Bird Observatory was founded in 1946 and has ever since performed studies on migrating birds. Around 20000 birds are ringed each year. Also, the bird observatory is involved in bird migration research projects on the island of Capri, Italy, and in Nigeria.
In Skäftekärr, near Böda in the northern part of Öland, is an iron age village consisting of about 20 well preserved stonehouse foundations spread over approximately 10 yards dating from the period of 300-700 A.D. In the middle of the iron age village are the remains of a large farm consisting of four housefoundations. In the new iron age landscape, right next to the foundations, is a reconstruction of one of those houses and a fire ruin from a previously reconstructed house. Around the reconstucted yard there is a reconstructed iron age landscape with fenced fields, meadows, and pollarded trees. In the park grows about 140 different trees and bushes (arboretum). There are organized guided tours which are related to the site's more than 150-year history of forestry.
The organisation of Öland’s Harvest Festival welcomes visitors to another edition of Öland Spirar (week 21). The festival’s theme is gardens, nature experiences and rural life. Visitors are offered activities around this theme across Öland. Come and enjoy the shopping and the good food, and discover the island’s spring splendour. Art, music and literature are some of the cultural ingredients that will spice up your visit. The festival’s theme is gardens, nature experiences and rural life. Visitors are offered activities around this theme across Öland. Come and enjoy the shopping and the good food, and discover the island’s spring splendour. Art, music and literature are some of the cultural ingredients that will spice up your visit.
Get more out of Öland with an Öland guide! The Öland guides offer a large and varied range of guided tours on Öland. You can enjoy tours in various languages, covering a wide range of areas and topics. Come along on a hike or guided coach tour with knowledgeable guides and learn about anything from geology, history, nature and culture. The guided tours take place across the island, with a total of 30 guides available from our association. During the summer season, the Öland guides offer a number of events such as guided running tours, coach day tours and hiking tours of varying length. Visit www.olandsguiderna.se and www.oland.se for more information about guided tours on Öland.
Located at Southern Öland’s Great Alvar, Station Linné is a centre for world-class research and educational activities, and also offers sustainable tourism during Öland’s summer season. Here you will find various activities for all ages. Nature experience programmes for children, Alvar and orchid hikes for those interested in the Great Alvar’s rich fauna, or why not join a tick safari? The station offers a wide variety of unique information, as well as activities. Visit www.stationlinne.se and www.oland.se for more information about events and activities at the station.
It’s good to have plenty of time when cycling on Öland, but not because it’s strenuous – quite the reverse – the byroads almost whisk you through the landscape, and you can put your energy into really enjoying the impressions you get. You will probably want to stop and take a closer look at many of the places you pass by, so take your time.
The cycle paths are clearly marked along Öland’s byways. The Ölandsleden cycle path’s 45 kilometres take you over the whole island, or you can choose a shorter section. The Sverigeleden path runs from the Öland Bridge to Grankullavik. The Ecopark cycle path runs for forty kilmotres in Böda Forest. Böda Forest is one of Sveaskog’s Ecoparks.
There are plenty of long-distance footpaths and marked trails on Öland. Böda long-distance footpath, a 50 km long trail that runs from Byerum Sandvik to Nabbelund on north Öland, is part of Sveaskog’s Ecopark. Hälsans Stig, or the “Path to Health,” is a wonderful trail in Borgholm on central Öland in a varied environment. It runs through a nature reserve at Borgholm Castle. The trail is 4 km long. “Borg till borg” (“Castle to Castle”) is an approximately 16 km long footpath that runs between two ancient forts, Gråborg and Ismantorp, that are located in the middle of the island. Mörbylånga path is about 77 km long and runs through unique natural and cultural environments from Träffpunkt Öland tourist office at the bridge abutment to Ottenby Youth Hostel at the southern cape.
Böda ecopark is a singularly inviting landscape on Öland’s most northerly point. It offers everything from barren sand-dunes and storm-tossed pine trees, to calcareous pine forests interspersed with meadowland containing a diverse range of orchids and lush groves of deciduous trees including giant oaks. Böda does not just have a fascinating natural environment to offer – the cultural heritage is also very much in evidence. The large number of well-preserved ancient monuments is unique in northern Europe. Almost entirely intact villages with foundations of buildings, stone walls and grave-fields tell of the lives of the former inhabitants of Öland.
Skäftekärr Iron Age village. In Böda parish, in northern Öland, you will find places to visit where nature, culture and history interact. In the restored Iron Age landscape, you can see how ancient Ölanders lived. A longhouse has been erected here as it could have looked some 1,500 years ago with fields, meadowland, stone walls and sacrificial bog.
Borgholm Castle, “the finest ruin in the Nordic region,” is a structure that it is hard to imagine leaves any visitor unmoved. Its size is overwhelming and its setting is fascinating. Wander through the Castle’s state apartments and feel the echoes of history. Ascend one floor and enjoy the fantastic view over the castle’s bare limestone soil and Kalmar Sound. During June - August, Borgholm Castle offers numerous activities for children, including guided tours for children and families and castle workshops.
Solliden is the summer residence of the Swedish royal family, which they visit several times a year. Commissioned by Queen Victoria, on the advice of her doctor Axel Munthe, and with Mediterranean influences, the palace was completed in 1906. Munthe was of the opinion that Öland’s abundant sunshine and oxygen-rich air would improve her health, and to this day the royals are happy to enjoy Öland’s sun! Solliden Palace is open to visitors throughout the summer months. Visitors have free access to most of the parks. Café, shop and a pavilion with exhibitions.
VIDA Museum & Art Gallery, is built in a fantastically beautiful setting, at the top of the hillside sloping down towards Kalmar Sound at Halltorp, approx. 9 km south of Borgholm. The newly built VIDA Museum and Art Gallery was opened in June 2001, featuring an art gallery and two wings devoted respectively to Ulrica Hydman-Vallien and Bertil Vallien. The most important initial works from the early 1960s up to their very latest works in glass, ceramics, sculpture and painting are on display here. In 2003, VIDA was extended with an additional gallery, the North Gallery, to house the Rasjö collection, a large private art collection focusing on contemporary Swedish painting. Constantly changing exhibitions of paintings from the Rasjö collection are on display at VIDA. Another gallery, the Trotzig Gallery, was opened in 2005 to coincide with Ulf Trotzig’s 80th birthday. This gallery shows a range of exhibitions of Trotzig’s painting spanning the 50 years of his art.
A complete experience for the whole family. An international zoo with 1,650 animals from 160 species from throughout the world. The park is also engaged in worldwide conservation projects, school teaching and research at university level. Waterland, with Pirate Island, has a water area of 15,000 sqm. There is a full amusement park here with fantastic roundabouts, rollercoasters, children’s attractions including gentle rides for the youngest, etc. A circus for part of the season, Dinopark, playground and exhibitions.
Stora Alvaret is a 37 kilometre long and 15 kilometre wide area of barren limestone plain covering the southern parts of Öland. The area comprises a quarter of the island’s total area. Alvaret’s principal distinguishing feature is treeless moorland with the bedrock consisting of Ordovician limestone, often exposed or only covered with a thin layer of earth. There are smaller areas of bare limestone plain in other parts of Öland and in some places in Västergötland, including Kinnekulle. With a special flora and a large number of unique species, the area has been used historically as pastureland. The grazing is necessary to prevent the area becoming overgrown. Along with southern Öland’s cultural landscape, Stora Alvaret has been designated a world heritage site by the UN agency, UNESCO.
Naturum is a visitor centre which portrays the rich flora, fauna, geology and cultural history of the world-famous Ottenby Nature Reserve. Its exhibits, films and multislide presentations will help you learn about the area and better prepare you to experience for yourself what the Reserve has to offer. Its staff are always ready to answer your questions, as well as to inform you about walking paths and special places to visit in the Reserve. Ottenby Nature Reserve carries on the legacy of the royal hunting park established in 1569 by King Johan III. The descendents of the English Fallow Deer he introduced can now be seen throughout the Reserve. In fact, human activity has strongly affected the entire Reserve since the first people occupied the area in the Stone Age about 6000 years ago. The Ottenby Bird Station has been operating since 1946, catching and ringing about 20,000 birds every year. Through this and other research studies, much has been learned about bird migration, which you too can learn about in Naturum. You can also climb the 197 steps of Sweden’s tallest lighthouse, called Långe Jan (Tall John), towering 42 meters above ground, as well as visit the lighthouse exhibition in the old lighthouse keeper’s station. Naturum and the Bird Station offer guided tours for you to learn more about birds and seals. Please see the website for more information.
Proudly and beautifully marked by the wind, the windmills give the landscape of Öland its characteristic silhouette. During the mid-19th century, Öland had around 2,000 windmills and the number was largely unchanged at the turn of the century. By this time it was almost indispensable for every self-respecting farm to have its own windmill as animal farming was increasingly prevalent. Of the approximately 2,000 mills on the island during the 19th century, only about 355 remain today. During the early 20th century the number of mills was already decreasing. The new technology with efficient commercial mills now arrived, making the farmers’ mills redundant. Examples of famous windmills on Öland are the row of mills in Lerkaka, regarded by many as the most beautiful and best preserved on Öland. Störlinge, where the most common type of mills are to be found, the so-called post mill. Höghäll mill in the parish of Högsrum and the mills at Resmo rest area.
On Öland, from the north to the south, visitors can catch exciting glimpses of the island´s fascinating geological history. In the limestone quarries with their steep walls, you can ponder the evolution since the time when clay particles and chalky sludge deposits started to form Öland´s sedimentary bedrock with its fossilised octopi and other prehistoric animals. Each millimetre of limestone represents 1,000 years!
Lådbilslandet (Cartie Country) is aimed at children between 2 and 10 years old. Located near Löttorp on the north of the island, Lådbilslandet is one of Öland's biggest tourist attractions. Children can drive their own "soap box cars" in a miniature town centered around a church, on roads that wind across the landscape. The cars have real engines and drive on tarmac roads, complete with bridges, roundabouts and crossings. You can even get the Cartie Country driving licence! Choose if you want to drive a regular car, bus, police car, truck or articulated lorry. Why not try them all? For those who like Formula 1 racing, there are two separate courses – one for small and one for bigger children. There is also a motocross track, where you can compete with your friends on our three-wheel motorcycles. If you like a more relaxed pace, you should try the Farming Country. Here you can drive miniature tractors with different types of farm machines. There is plenty of space, so if you are visiting Cartie Country for the first time and want to try out steering and stepping on the gas before you enter the traffic, we recommend you start your cartie experience here. If you still feel energetic or want to try some other fun in between, there is a small fun-fair with roundabouts, a bouncy castle and a playground. New this year is an obstacle course, which can be a challenge even for the fittest. After the hardships of the obstacle course, why not take a short rest? Rides on the miniature train or a rafting trip across the pond with friends are popular pleasures. Nor do you skip an icecream on a lovely summer's day like this! Five rides in different vehicles, tractors or on the motocross track are included in the entrance fee. Each ride takes about 8-10 minutes, depending on whether it is in Cartie Country, Farming Country or on the motocross track. According to the families who experienced Cartie Country, a visit may take between 3-5 hours. Additional rides may be purchased separately. Included is unlimited access to the playground, bouncy castle, roundabouts, miniature train, rafts and adventure course.
Paradisverkstaden is a family business that designs and produces ceramics in its workshop and studio on Öland. It all started at Capellagården, Carl Malmsten’s school in Vickleby on Öland. Olof trained as a potter and Eva as a textile artist. After further training and practice in France and Denmark, they started Paradisverkstaden in 1975. From the outset, the design language was unique with its folds, spheres and inward ridges. The origin lied in Olof’s shapes and Eva’s decorations. At an early stage, they also began to take on apprentices interested in further education after various art schools. In the 1980s, they developed the popular series “Blue and Pink Floral” and “Slottskrukan” (Castle Pot). They were named Purveyor to the Court in 1986. Olof turned bird baths, candelabras, and multi-level étagères which Eva decorated in relief. As demand increased, part of the raw goods production was outsourced to potters on Gotland. Production was later moved to a small workshop near Gdansk in Poland, due to a shortage of professional turners over here and good craftsmanship over there. In the 1990s, the colour scale exploded in Eva’s collection “Daring Dots and Stripes”. Olof developed new double-throw techniques, producing forms that Eva painted in gold and platinum. They exhibited at the NK department store and interior design company Svenskt Tenn, and started to participate in exhibitions in Stockholm and Frankfurt. Using fyle clay, they developed the Nature series and the Beach series in white and platinum, as well as a new decorative technique with the Spira (sceptre) dinnerware series. In collaboration with Millesgården, they made their first cast collection called “Seed Pod”, which is still growing and has now become a classic. While Eva continued to produce unique plates and urns with hand-carved reliefs, Hannah Paradis released her first collection of vases and pots in lush shapes and checkered decorations. Moa Paradis developed the Line collection, containing garden products such as hanging bird baths, funnel-shaped pots and the beautiful small candlestick holder “Linje”, which is one of Paradisverkstaden’s best-selling products. In the all-new dinner service “Krasse/Fantasi” (Cress/Fantasy), Eva’s paintwork merges with Hannah’s shapes and Moa’s lines. Both daughters work with design and are responsible for market exposure and production, while Olof designed all the new Paradisverkstaden buildings. The new workshop was inaugurated in 2014. Here you can see the various production stages in pr
In the unique world heritage there are a lot of hiking trails - longer ones and shorter ones. They are generally easily accessible and gives the opportunity to see unique views. There are a total of eleven trails in the World Heritage of Southern Öland. Below is a list of 11 hiking trails put out in the brochure "Hiking in the World Heritage of Southern Öland", which you can find in our Tourist offices
Marsjö Ostrich Farm is situated about 20 kilometres north of Borgholm, on the western side of Öland. You are welcome to stay with us while you explore Öland. You can stay overnight in individual, personally furnished rooms and have a substantial breakfast in the morning. You can also try our à la carte menu with our excellent ostrich meat in the leading role. If it takes your fancy – and we are sure it will – you can buy our own meat and handicrafts from the farm. It goes without saying that the animals are our pride and joy and there are plenty of ostriches here to admire.
Welcome to Klinta Bykrog, Köpingsvik’s natural meeting place in both summer and winter. The inspiration for our cooking derives from Mediterranean cuisine and Swedish classics. During the summer we light up the barbecue for meat, fish and poultry, and serve our buffet of tasty trimmings.
Our hope is that you will appreciate our locally produced food. All our game, fallow deer and roe deer come from Ottenby on Öland or from Småland. Our lamb comes from selected partners on Öland and we work exclusively with hung and tenderized Swedish beef. Our fish comes from the Baltic with a small supplement from the West Coast.
Welcome to Restaurang Fågel Blå on Öland’s Southern Cape. Take the opportunity to experience Öland’s culinary arts at their best. This fantastic restaurant and café is located on Öland’s Southern Cape, at the foot of the Långe Jan lighthouse. We have chosen to use the best that nature has to offer, in terms of both experiences and raw materials. Our menu consists of wonderful Öland classics with fresh new seasonally-adapted ingredients. Take the opportunity to try specialities from Öland such as lufsa potato pancakes.
Restaurant and Coffee House in Färjestaden’s harbour. KAJ4 in Färjestan´s harbour is situated with a view over the marina and Öland Bridge. Among other things you’ll find fresh fish on the menu. Taste our own excellent buns, cakes and desserts. A la Carte from 55:- – 159:-. Have a look at our good-value children’s menu. KAJ4 Coffee House serves coffee. Smell the aroma of freshly-made coffee and then enjoy a cup inside or sit outside.
Apart from lunch, we also offer food for weddings, birthdays, farewell parties or other special celebrations. We cater for dinner groups of at least 10 persons – book at least one week in advance. Catering. We deliver food to your party – Please call us to order! Please send us a request and we will make you an offer!
The inn is located in the beautifully converted barn and stables, and offers classic Swedish dishes as well as gourmet meals, many of which are based on local produce from Öland. It is a pleasure to spend a sunny summer’s evening in the large garden. We are proud to be recommended in the prestigious White Guide for the third year running!
Centrally located on the beautiful island of Öland lies the former state demesne of Halltorps Gästgiveri right on the ridge overlooking the Kalmar Strait. The building has been extensively changed since the days of royal ownership, and today houses a well-reputed hotel and restaurant which are open all year round. Welcome to enjoy exquisite food, a warm atmosphere and personal service.
Our menu offers primarily chicken dishes based on recipes from around the world, but using local produce. Some examples of what may be on offer: Kackel Special, Sörby Jerk, Cape Malay, Gunnar’s Lamb Stew or Öland Chili. You are welcome to have a taste or just cackle a little at the bar.
Welcome to "Kalk" in Löttorp "Kalk" is a restaurant in Löttorp on northen Öland with gourmet burgers as specialty. Besides the restaurant is "Kalk" a nightclub, live music and stand-up comedy. The restaurant is open during the summer (June-August) and the Harvest Festival. During the winter, we try to keep open at least one weekend a month.
The Morell Restaurant is open all year around. We serve traditional lunch, have catering, do weddings, celebrations and welcome partys of tourists. The restaurant is situated in Löttorp center. We serve a good and well prepared food for both everyday and festive, for lunch and dinner. Every Thursday we serve homemade "kroppkakor" (potato dumplings
At the end of the pier in Sandvik you will find Sandviks Fisk & Hamnkök, a restaurant and fishmongers. We offer both fresh, smoked and cured fish. Our restaurant serves a number of fish dishes, sandwiches and baguettes. As an alternative to fish, the menu also contains dishes such as hamburgers, sausages and pyttipanna (a hodgepodge similar to bubble and squeak). The restaurant is fully licensed.
The association of restaurateurs on Öland has 43 members, with restaurants located from the north to the south of the island. The association strives to promote Swedish food culture in general and Öland’s food culture in particular. Its restaurateurs aim to develop collaboration between members, but also with local food producers, in order to create a well-reputed cuisine on Öland. Focus is also put on extending Öland’s tourist season, and providing information about opening hours during the off-season. The members are offered courses within the culinary field. The collaboration with the hotel and restaurant school on Öland is seen as an important initiative to satisfy future staffing needs in the culinary industry. Please visit one of our association members for an enjoyable culinary experience!
The coffee shop is situated inside Himmelsberga Museum, where a typical Öland row village is on display. You can enjoy a cup of coffee, sandwiches and other delicacies in the shade of the magnificent walnut tree in the middle of the garden, or indoors in front of the open fire.
Situated in Alby, an authentic Alvar village in southeastern Öland. Outside among the sculptures in the café’s garden, you can still experience the atmosphere of a genuine Alvar village where you might still encounter a herd of cows out on the road. From inside the café there is a view of the Baltic Sea. We serve filling sandwiches and homemade cakes and buns.
Kaffestugan i Böda ,Café, Bakery, own roasters and shop. The Coffee house offers good cakes, pastries and great sandwiches. The bakery bakes a classic stoneoven baked bread, different kinds of leaven bread, Focaccia, Fruit Bread, Biscotti, crispbread and much more. In the shop you will find new roasted coffee, tea, coffee mills and extensive sortimet of gifts and jams and other delicacies.
Just east of the old fort, among hazels, junipers and oaks, there is a tiny cottage... Kaffestugan serves coffee and tea, soft drinks and buns, sticky chocolate cake with hazelnuts, and sandwiches made from woodstove-baked barley bread. Kaffestugan at Ismanstorps Borg lies in the middle of Mittlandsskogen (the midland forest) between the villages of Långlöt and Högsrum.
From crispbread to sourdough, you will find the most delicious sourdough bread on the shelves at “grandmother’s bakery”. Our standard assortment includes Levain bread from wheat sourdough, Rye sourdough with or without walnuts, Mormors Öland bread from crushed rye and wholesome seeds, and various types of fruit and nut bread. And of course Mormors sourdough baguettes with our own-produced ecological olive oil and salt flakes. Welcome to Mormors Stenugnsbageri and café in Stora Rör.
Welcome to our spacious café, located between the museum’s Norra Hallen and Trotzighallen. There is also a roof terrace with views over the Kalmar Strait. Enjoy a cup of coffee with a delicious sandwich, a piece of rose-petal chocolate cake, some sponge-cake, or something from our selection of confectionary made with quality chocolate.
We serve home-baked sweet buns and biscuits, lunch sandwiches, coffee, tea, lemonade, etc at your table. Café Agnes is located in Gillberga, one of Öland’s most picturesque villages 30 km north of Borgholm. We offer coffee with home-baked buns, ice-cream, lemonade, etc. We use old-fashioned coffee mugs for our hot drinks. From this year we also serve home-made lunch sandwiches, and you can now enjoy our food both indoors and on a roofed outdoor patio. Welcome to Café Agnes on Öland.
Waffle buffet on Sundays. Don’t miss our waffle buffet – eat as many waffles as you wish! These are served with three types of preserves, real whipped cream and ice cream. Summer café on Northern Öland. Welcome to Café Haget! Take in the fantastic sea view while enjoying a cup of freshly-ground coffee. Perhaps you want to try one of our delicious sandwiches, pastries or cakes as well?
Welcome to a full-flavoured experience! On the square at Färjestaden’s marina, ÖlandsChoklad now has a chocolate shop with a cosy café, which is open all year round. Here you can buy the highest quality coffee, hand-made chocolate and much more. We arrange various types of tastings during the winter season.
The course is located in Enerum, known for being a sun-proof place. A nine-hole course which suits both beginners and more experienced players, and is surrounded by meadows and forests with a rich fauna. Accommodation is available at the premises.
This course has a fantastic view over the Kalmar Strait, as it lies right on the ridge sloping down towards the beautiful nature reserve Halltorps Hage. Each green has two flags so you can play towards one flag on the first nine holes, and then towards the other flag during the final nine holes.
A park and forest course lined with magnificent large trees and some tough water obstacles. A good variation of long and precision play. Bordering on the Kalmar Strait, Saxnäs golf course offers variation play in beautiful surroundings. Simply a course you will never grow tired of.
A challenging course with many water features, a lot of wind and many bunkers. The course was designed by Pierre Fulke, a former golf pro from Småland, who took inspiration from Scottish golf courses. This beautiful course right along the coast is definitely worth a go.
Just south of Öland Bridge is Paradisverkstaden, a ceramics centre with a view over the saltmarsh meadows and Kalmar Sound. Visitors can enjoy glass and ceramics on display here in light and open architecture surrounded by a beautiful garden. Everything from small candlesticks to large garden urns are available here, all designed by Eva and Olof Paradis.
Ölands Köpstad is a nice shopping centre where you can find about 20 shops at walking-distance from the beach. Together, we offer a fantastic range of clothes and shoes. We also have specialist shops where you can find items including pet accessories, books, gifts, sports and much more.
Bödasågens Allhandel is a family business that derives 100 percent from Öland. The name comes from the fact that we run our business in an old sawmill. At some 600 sqm., our shop has the majority of things that you might possibly need, apart from food. We are open from Easter until the Harvest Festival. We sell 300 kinds of sweets in our 60 sqm sweets section. Various kinds of pick’n’mix, ice cream, drinks, coffee, slush drinks etc. It is open every day from Midsummer until mid-August. We endeavour to have a wide, top-quality range at the right prices. We maintain a basic range with the rest of the selection as varied as possible so that customers can always find something new.
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Ölandstandläkarna, Storgatan 17, 387 31, Borgholm, tel. +46 485 102 58 Folktandvården Borgholm, Tullgatan 4, 387 31, Borgholm, tel. +46 485 102 25 Folktandvården Färjestaden, Storgatan 39, Färjestaden, tel. +46 485 396 00 Folktandvården Mörbylånga, Torget 6, 386 51, Mörbylånga, tel. +46 485 410 40 Folktandvården Löttorp, Löttorpsvägen 63, Löttorp, tel. +46 485 380 74