Nämdö is one of Stockholm’s archipelago’s larger islands. Here you can travel by regular boat to several docks, all year round. Nice gravel roads, suitable for walks and bike rides, tie together villages and docks on the island. After several years of decay, Östanviks farm in 1976 received new landlords and has since been a modern archipelago farm focused on organic production. The soil is used for fodder plants and potatoes. In a large barn there are sheep, lamb, cows, calves and hens. Betesdrift keeps the landscape open and alive. Interested visitors are guided and learn more about the archipelago’s conditions.
From the farm of Östanvik there are also natural and cultural trails. There is also a farm shop, tourist information, guest harbor, sopmaja, tent sites and fresh water. Nämdö Böte, with a lookout tower and a wide view, is a popular tourist destination, as is the ruin of the archipelago’s most original church, a octagonal round church from 1798. In Sand, the Archipelago Museum in Stavsnäs has a branch and in Solvik there is Nämdö Kök & Bar.