Hiking - enjoy the inland or the coast
Below are a number of suggestions for shorter or longer walks.
Alaska – nature reserve on Nord Långö, around 20 minutes by boat. A glorious coastal walk of about an hour, with plenty of opportunities for swimming and a varied flora. The passenger boat m/s Sara depart from the North Harbour (Torget) in Strömstad.
Blomsholm – is one of Bohuslän's finest cultural heritage landscapes, with lots of remains from the Stone Age until medieval times. Blomsholm has ancient remains of national interest.
Bohusleden – a 37 kilometre long walking trail through Bohuslän. The walk is divided into different stages, and you can choose to walk just a few of these and enjoy the beautiful Bohuslän landscape.
Björnerödspiggen – Bohuslän's highest mountain, 220 metres above the sea, with a viewing tower from which you can see for miles. The walk to Björnerödspiggen follows the trail Bohusleden from Björneröd, Krokstrand, and takes about 2 hours there and back.
Dragonkullen – A walk close to the border, to a viewing tower overlooking the Svinesund Bridges and the fjord Idefjorden. The walk takes about 1 hour in total.
Färingen – A walk to the island 'Drottning Astrids ö', which takes about 1 hour from the car park and back again. Undulating ground with a suspension bridge and fine opportunities for swimming.
Kosteröarna – The passenger boats Kosterbåtarna depart several times a day for our most westerly nature reserve. The islands offer pleasant walking trails along the shores and views of the Koster Archipelago.
Rossö Kockholmen – nature reserve located around 15 km south of Strömstad. Coastal walks through a natural landscape.
Saltö – nature reserve located about 15 km south of Strömstad. Coastal walks through a natural landscape.