Gotland is known for the beautiful nature, rich culture and many historical sites. The 80-mile long coastline offers spectacular views and inviting opportunities for swimming and relaxing walks. You can find a wide range of accommodation for all types of travelers and a gastronomic diversity based on locally produced ingredients.
Enjoy the island’s natural beauty and numerous outdoor activities or explore the medieval town of Visby, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Gotland offers a wide range of fresh and delicious local produce, including truffles and asparagus – have a taste of a culinary paradise for food lovers.
Explore Gotland the way you like.
It is easy to get here and so many reasons to return. Find the best way to travel to Gotland, by ferry or air.
Meet the season of spring in the northern part of Gotland. Get inspired by the barren landscape and the open horizon, go fishing, eagle-spotting or swing by where Ingmar Bergman lived on Fårö. Find a wide range of accommodation and plenty of options to dine.
Visby is a beautiful Hanseatic town known for its well-preserved medieval architecture. Check out the town’s historic sites, have lunch at any of the many restaurants and cozy cafés, maybe visit a glassblower.
The south of Gotland is a great destination for those looking for a unique and picturesque experience. Visit farmers and growers of local crops, pop in at a local brewery and stay in boutique hotels or a tranquil campsite. Take in the nature birdwatching or on a safari for buffaloes.
Northern Gotland is known for its rugged landscape, magnificent rauk areas and beautiful coastlines, here are tips on some gems you shouldn't miss.
Visby, the city that is perhaps best known for its world heritage, also has a fantastic range of both ordinary and unusual shops, restaurants and cafes for all tastes and beautiful nature experiences, all year round. Here are the places in Visby you shouldn't miss!