Infos about the region Bohuslän
The country's westernmost province, Bohuslän, is located at the Skagerrak, the strait running between Norway and the southwest coast of the Jutland peninsula of Denmark, connecting the North Sea and the Kattegatt sea area, which leads to the Baltic Sea. Bohusläns is bordering to Norway and in the east to Dalsland and Västergötland. The city of Gothenburg is located partially in Bohuslän, Västergötland’s border runs at Hisingen in Gothenburg. Gothenburg is with its around 550,000 inhabitants Sweden's second largest city and offers a variety of activities, including Liseberg amusement park. When you consider the West Coast, and in particular, Bohuslän, you often get a picture of the beautiful archipelago and bare rocks in front of your eyes. That is precisely the province's signature. The proximity to Norway makes this area very interesting for our neighbours but also for visitors from all over Europe. Bohuslän's unique archipelago has wonderfully smooth granite rocks and a beautiful and vibrant coastal line. Bohuslän pantry is large, deep, blue and full of salty delicacies as seafood in world-class. Bohuslän is also a kayaking paradise of high caliber.