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Blekinge archipelago, Blekinge skärgård, is in Blekinge, Sweden.


One of the lesser known Nordic archipelagoes, the Blekinge archipelago is usually warmer and less crowded than Stockholm archipelago and Bohuslän.


  • Senoren
  • Sturkö
  • Tjurkö
  • Aspö
  • Hasslö

Get in[edit]

Many islands and peninsulae can be reached on road.

By car[edit]

Drive to Sturkö: Take the E22 Go through 1 roundabout Slight right at 738 Continue on Sturkövägen

By boat[edit]

Regular ferries depart daily from Karlskrona to Sturkö and Tjurkö. See also boating on the Baltic Sea.

Get around[edit]

If you want to travel around Sturkö car is advised, but the island can be easily navigated with bicycles.


  • Runestones.
  • Zoo.
  • Nature Reserve.




Stop by Sturkö's scenic windmill for light lunch, local artist gallery or a lovely coffee, with a view overlooking the bay of Bredavik.





Stay safe[edit]

Take care when driving as certain roads become increasingly narrow.

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