The vast majority of the extensive archipelago is part of Storö-Bockö-Lökön’s almost two thousand hectares of nature reserve, or the Möjareservat, as it is also called. With its winding canals, narrow healthy and exciting little islands that are close to each other, the area is appreciated and widely used by boat-borne visitors. In many places between Möja-Södermöja in the west and the open-air Björkskärsfjärden in the east, there is an exhibition of idyllic medieval archipelago with old bush beds and a rich herb flora, like a thick and windy outer archipelago. Everywhere on the islands you can find traces of human activity.

Grazing animals are also held today at Lökaön. From the last turn of the century and into the 60’s there were large strawberry cultivations that dominated. But there are also vast areas with mountainous pine forests and mysterious marshlands. Across the archipelago, Bockö-Sillösundet is used for boat traffic between Möja and Sandhamn. In many places fresh water is available. And the sauna on Ostholm’s east side is well worth a visit.

Möja

Möja, Sverige


Möja, Sverige

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