Discover the best top things to do in Stromstad, Sweden including Kosterhavets Nationalpark, Fredriksten Festning (Fredriksten Fortress), Nordby Shoppingcenter, Hvaler Church, Daftoland, Dynekilen Golf Course, Hvaler Tourist Information, Svinesundsbroarna, Salton, Segwaytour Stromstad & Kosteroarna.
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4.5 based on 88 reviews
Visitor center in Kosterhavet National Park.Exhibition, films, hands-on and more about Swedens first marine National Park.
The Koster Islands are a fantastic part of the Bohuslän archipelago and well worth a visit. Rocky archipelago around the two larger Koster Islands with their lush "valleys" make a nice contrast. Both Islands make nice day trips but you can easily stay a week and just chill, take nice walks on the gravel roads, or rent a bike and explore the whole (south) island. You find both sandy Beaches and the more classic rocks to dive into the crystal clear waters. Just watch out for the stingers that appear if the wind blows some colder water in. For the diver the waters around the Islands bring a wealth of under water experiences. The depth between Koster and main land reaches 247m which caters for an abundance of life under the surface. Oh, and don't miss a trip to Ursholmarna, Swedens westernmost light house, and watch the seals on the way out and back!
4.5 based on 235 reviews
If you are in Halden area this is a "must visit".
A nice, large place to walk about and a cafe/restaurant to visit (indoor/outdoor).
Panoramic view of Halden.
Walk up from town or drive almost all the way up and park the car.
Visit recommended,- specially summertime.
4 based on 96 reviews
Was visiting a friend in Norway when she brought me here to do some shopping. Located just across the border from Norway, this shopping mall houses supermarkets, candy stores, clothes stores and restaurants. Price is so much cheaper compared to Norway. Best place to do candy shopping as the selection is very wide and the prices low. Great idea for a shopping day trip from Norway!
4 based on 5 reviews
Vår gruppe (56stk) hadde bestilt en omvisning og litt informasjon om den gamle steinkirken fra ca år 1000 på Hvaler ! Ble informert fint av en kvinnelig kirkevert ! Hun fortalte bl.a at for mange år siden var kirken delt i to ved at di kvinnelige deler av menigheten satt på den ene siden av midt gangen , for etter gammelt sagn kom onde ånder inn fra den siden ! En døpefont var av nederlandsk opprinnelse ! Kirken er en godt bevart kirke !
4 based on 36 reviews
DaftöLand - A family adventure At Daftö Resort near to the coastal community of Strömstad on the West Coast you will find Daftöland, an adventure park for the whole family. Apart from all the fun activities, our Daftö pirates provide entertainment and shows on the big stage. Here we can promise excitement, laughter and more or less tuneful singing. Pirate theatre! Our Daftö pirates love to be in the limelight. At least, most of them do. So listen to their stories and sing along with their songs. Treasure hunt Find the pirates hidden treasure in the sand Meet Timbo! Our own ship's cat Timbo is constantly up to tricks.He hangs often out at Daftöland, so make sure to be there if you want a chance of meeting him. Treasure Hunt At Daftöland, there are adventures and games every day, all summer long. The pirates are involved almost everywhere. One thing they are really good at is hiding treasure. If you want to, you can join in and look for the pirates' hidden treasure in the sand. Pirate rock Sing and dance with the pirates! You can rock n' roll to the coolest pirate music here. Attractions At Daftöland there are plenty of attractions to make you dizzy and bring a smile to your face. Make sure mum and dad have something to do and set off on a voyage of discovery among logs, water slides, carousels and obstacle courses. Keep a lookout for the Daftö pirates' amusing shows with their thrills, laughter and song. NB: Some of our attractions have a minimum weight and height. - Silver rapids Ride logs in a headlong descent of the rapids and try to keep dry. Our tip is to try riding right at the front and right at the back. - Water slides Do you dare take a ride on the water slide? Here you are released from 10 metres up and jump straight out into the water. Who can make the biggest splash? - Lookout tower On this attraction, you and your friends are taken 8 metres up in the air. When you get up there you turn slowly around and you can check out all the attractions in the park. - Pirate carousel Daftöland's own pirate carousel is just the thing for smaller children to swing, spin and laugh. - Fairy tale castle Come into the fairy tale castle and discover all the magic things here! And as everyone knows, anything is possible in the world of fairy tales, including a meeting with a real princess. - Macro world Everything is magnified at the bottom of the sea. Play on sea anemones and snails or climb inside Madame Inky's tangled net. - Döskallesjön (skull and crossbones lake) Bounce on bones and gold coins, but take care not to get wet. - Radio-controlled boats Challenge your dad and drive the radio-controlled pirate ships across the lake. - Daftö castle Climb up and discover Daftö castle, and if you want to get down quickly you can take the slide. - Seesaw A classic for Daftö pirates who like to rock. - Treasure hunt Can you find the hidden treasure? Search carefully and keep a lookout and you're sure to succeed. - Bouncy cushion Good bouncy cushions are a must for all seafarers - good luck. - Little Polynesia' obstacle course Can you get past all the obstacles on the Daftö obstacle course? If not, just try again. - Ghost cellar Go in if you dare - we'll wait outside. - Bouncy ship On this ship you have to bounce and hope you don't land in the water. - Belly flops Who can make the biggest splash? - Submarine carousel Ride in a submarine round and round the world. - Swinging boats Yet another swinging delight, just like being out on the ocean wave.
4.5 based on 13 reviews
Played this course in June. Nice weather and a Nice course With fantastic greens. Many holes were great, but this morning it was too wet around the greens. It is also to my opinion a little too much up and down. Overall a very good golf course, and I will soon come back.
4 based on 4 reviews
4 based on 10 reviews
Unless you are in a hurry, avoid the newer bridge which is wonderfully designed for through traffic, including the fact that you no longer have to queue at the toll booths. Cameras get your registration number automatically and you get billed later wherever you live in Europe, and perhaps elsewhere too, a few weeks later. Payment can easily be made via the toll company's internet site.
If you are touring the country at your pace and wish to enjoy the breathtaking view from the bridge, choose the old one. Not only can you park your car nearby, you can also walk across the bridge to pick the best angle for photos of the Idefjord down below. Treacherous waters at times that require solid marine skills from those venturing through this bottleneck with smaller crafts. One more positive aspect is that ever since the new bridge opened, the old one is far less crowded. you won't have to step on other visitors' toes to get a vantage point for maximum enjoyment of the view. Finally, anybody interested in old bridge building techniques will look with interest at the details of the massive pillars helping to bridge the deep gap between the two countries
4.5 based on 4 reviews
Been at southern Koster before, and then we rented a bike - OK way to get around the island, but at times a bit of work- those bikes are not of the ten-gear type... This time, my wife and I wanted to test the Segway way of touristing. Parked the car in Stroenstad, took the boat to the island and walked up the slope to where the tour started. After signing the neccesary papers, we got our helmets on, and started to get the feeling of the Segway on the lawn there . Five minutes of instruction, and we were on our way to a field just beside the tennis-court, where we could stretch our legs a bit - both in turns, braking and speeding. Some 5 minutes there as well, and the the tour started. Our guide took well care of us, starting off rather slowly on a pleasant round-trip, taking some photoes of us along the way ("you should not think about that while driving, let me take care of it...") He stopped from time to time, pointing out things of special interest. You pay for the trip, and the guide sets the pace according to your skills. As I said, we started off slowly, and by reaching the halfway-point managed to use the top speed (about 20 Km/h) when we wanted to. After about one and a half hours we were back at the starting point, saying goodbye to our guide, and heading for the boat back to Stroemstad
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