The Saint Anna & Gryt Archipelagoes comprise more than six thousand islands and you are free to paddle and camp wherever you like. You are the explorer in this maze of islands and the path you choose will be one never traveled before.
The Privilege to Roam Free
Wild camping in Sweden is regulated through the "right to public access". It's a unique concept that gives anyone access to forests, lakes and shores, regardless of who owns the actual land. The privilige to camp and move so freely in the outdoors goes hand in hand with the obligation to respect and protect the wild. We give you lots of information on the rules and practises in regards to rubbish disposal, bird sanctuaries, open fires, protected plant and animal species etc. Saint Anna is incredibly clean and untouched – we will keep it that way!
Points of Interest
Saint Anna & Gryt have a rich history of fishermen, farmers and miners living their whole lives on the islands. The area has the unmistakable feel of an idyllic landscape from the past – it's truly a journey through time to visit old navigation marks, the fishing village or Häradsskär lighthouse.