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  • Uddevalla kyrka

    7 things you need to do in Uddevalla!

Strandpromenaden

The Strandpromenad, and especially the stretch Svenskholmen-Skeppsviken-Gustafsberg-Lindesnäs, has become the pride of the citizens of Uddevalla. It has been incredibly appreciated by both visitors and residents. An obvious excursion.

Gustafsberg

Sweden's oldest bath and spa resort dating from the 18th century. Beautifully situated by Byfjorden is this nature reserve with its very exciting history and beautiful architecture.

Skalbankarna

In Uddevalla you will find one truly unique thing. A place called Skalbankarna where 10.000 years old seashells has formed a nature reserve that is really breathtaking. 

The Archipelago boats

Salty winds and sweet memories. Come and enjoy sometime onboard with us, taste the delicacies from the sea and chilled beverages. A cruise with an archipelago boat is never to be forgotten.

The Taste of Lyckorna

At this area you will also find beautiful beaches and a small harbor. During summer the place really flourish and the place is crowded with both locals and tourists – you will understand why!

Silverfallet

In Ljungskile you will find the beautiful Sillverfallet. A fifteen meter high waterfall with breathtaking views of the rapids, the countryside and further away the blue shimmering fjord and the forests of Orustmountains.

Havstensklippan

The cliff is 119 meters above sea level and offers a spectacular view with Uddevalla in the east and the outer archipelago in the west. Here you can see Havstensfjorden, Nordströmmarna and Gullmarsfjorden.