Islands in Sweden
There are more than 220,000 islands in Sweden – more than any other country in the world. The 5 largest islands are Gotland, Öland, Orust, Värmdö and Tjörn.
Location, landscape and geography: stony soils, black island, high cliffs. The 1,347 km² large Swedish Baltic Sea island Öland is located in the southwest of the more than 11,000 km² large province Kalmar län, is the second largest island of the country and is connected with the mainland by the more ...
Gotland is the largest island in the Baltic Sea in Sweden and enjoys a high popularity both among Swedes themselves and tourists from all over the world. The reasons are many, because the island has a lot to offer.