Beauty of the northern spring on Gotland

Sea, soil, soul. Northern Gotland is known for its rugged and barren landscape, characterized by towering limestone rock formations called raukar. But also by the open horizon and sandy beaches.

Explore an intriguing region – choose your own way

Go hiking, join a guided safari or enjoy the freedom of riding a bicycle. There are many restaurants who welcome food lovers to indulge in a variety of local delicacies. The region has inspired many artists, including the world-renowned filmmaker Ingmar Bergman, who lived and worked on the island of Fårö where he used the landscape as a backdrop.

Vägvisare i trä vid Sudersand på Fårö

Sudersand Resort, beautiful beachside accommodation

Stay in a cabin, house, villa, the hotel or on the campsite – close to Sudersand beach, one of Sweden’s finest sandy beaches. Comfortable, cozy cottages and exclusive houses and villas. All campsites at the beach campsite within 100 m of the beach. Do your private barbeque feast in the bbq-house.

Sudersand Resort

Slite Strandby, resort for rest and sports activity

A fully equipped seaside resort in Slite on Gotland’s north east coast. The beach is right next door with a view of Gotland’s only archipelago. Modern sports resort with cottage village, hotel and glamping on the beach. Restaurant and bar with outdoor seating on the jetty.


Slite Strandby

Tree Pheasants Boutique B&B, a unique rural escape

A rural unique escape. Newly renovated rooms (2018), luxury soft linen sheets, with private bathrooms, Italian tiling and underfloor heating. A full-service property open all year round with an agro-ecology menu for the environmentally conscious visitor.

Three Pheasants

Bergmancenter, a treasure of European film culture

A cultural center with exhibitions, workshops, café and a cinema. The center highlights one of Sweden’s, and the world’s, most celebrated directors – Ingmar Bergman.
Every year, people from all over the world come to visit Fårö, Ingmar Bergmans home. Don’t miss the annual Bergman Week – a summer film festival that attracts major international guests.


Lummelundagrottan, dive in to a cave adventure

Explore the cave created 400 million years ago by Silurian limestone. Put on your boots for a guided tour and learn how the cave was formed over the years. On the property there is a nice café where you can enjoy genuine Swedish fika and a shop for exiting findings.


goGotland, your partner for tailormade discoveries

One of Gotland’s leading activity and event agencies. goGotland can tailor-made arrangements for companies or a group, design travel- and accommodation arrangements. Collaborates with experienced guides to discovery the Hanseatic town of Visby along ruins and narrow lanes.

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