The island is a nature reserve and bird sanctuary with many nice coves and rocks for swimming. The island belonged for many years to the Swedish artist Bruno Liljefors and his old guesthouse and studio is preserved. Even many other artists such as Anders Zorn and Albert Engström have often stayed at Bullerö. Water hostel and sauna are on the island, but either a restaurant or a grocery store. Birdlife in the area is very rich and in total there are opportunities to see more than one hundred different bird species.
Here you will find black, thorn and hay singer. On Bullerö and Rågskär, the meadows are kept open and there is also an older archipelago settlement. The artist Bruno Liljefors hunting lodge is located on Bullerö. There is now an archipelago museum that is open daily in summer. Entrance is free. At Rågskär, Braka (Skogavik) and Hamnskär you can rent a cottage. On Bullerön there is also a guesthouse, tent and nature trail. Those who come with their own boat can add in one of the beautiful natural ports.