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World Heritage Grimeton

The radio station in Grimeton was opened in 1925 for wireless radio links and as such represents a unique technological heritage. In 2004 it was included on UNESCO’s list of world heritage sites and today the facility, with its six accompanying aerial towers, is the last remaining example of what was once a worldwide network of long wave stations. Guided tours of the radio station are available as well as a visitor and information centre with a café and a shop.
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Öströö Sheepfarm

In the middle of the beech forest is Öströö sheep farm, with one of Sweden's largest stocks of Gotlandish sheep. There is also a great stock of Highland Cattle cows, and a few pigs. At the farm there is a handicraft shop where they sell sheep skin products and straw work. There is also a butcher's where they sell their ecological produccts, including tasty lamb and other delicacies. You can also go on an exciting lamb safari on Öströö's beutiful premises to see the lively lambs and furry cows.
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Ästad Vineyard

From the beginning, Ästad Vineyard was a traditional farm, but is now winning prizes as the area's most inspiring environment for meetings and activities. You can enjoy activities at the farm, the food at the restaurant and interaction with nature in the spa. Ästads activities are constantly evolving - the popular "Prisoners on the farm" has been with them a long time and is still the most popular activity, closely followed by their high rope course with ziplines, wine tastings, and of course, the farm's Senses Spa with the world's only underwater sauna. In the spring of 2011 Ästad Vineyard planted 15,000 logs of the grape Solaris and the first wine was served to guests in 2015. You can try vineyard hikes and tastings, where the vineyards sommeliers and winemakers share their knowledge of Swedish wines.
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The seafront promenade

Strandpromenaden, the seafront promenade, was built in 1912, and is a popular walking area for both visitors and Varbergers. In any weather, people can be seen walking from Kallbadhuset in the north to Apelviken in the south. Here one can meet both joggers and cyclists. Enjoy the fresh scent from the sea, salt and sea weed as you walk along the promenade, passing cliffs, beaches and the famous nudist beaches. Sheltered from the wind in Kärleksparken is a beach café which serves snacks, daily specials and coffee.
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Kattegattleden – a bicycle route on the Swedish Westcoast

Kattegattleden – Sweden’s first national bicycle route – is a 370 km long bicycle route with a unique, oceanside location. Follow the red and white signs marked number 1 and you will find many memorable experiences along the way. The bicycle route runs between Helsingborg in the south and Gothenburg in the north, all the way through Halland. It doesn’t matter where you begin your adventure, because the path is easily accessible via good transport links.
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Children and Youth

Sunshine or rain, Varberg has something for all children and young people. If the sun shines, why not take a race on our Go-Kart track, go on a lamb safari or visit the playground Spökitetsparken. You can also go fishing, surfing or visit the “simstadion”, an outdoor pool that offers swimming pools for everyone. If the weather turns out to be bad, you find the Cinema in the city centre, you can go bowling or visit the playland for the youngest. Just outside Varberg you can also visit the trampoline park bounce-camp to jump, do flips and other tricks. In the city centre, below the fortress is the "Children's beach" - a shallow beach with nice views towards the fortress and the promenade. Take a walk up to the museum for a beautiful view over the ocean and city, inside the museum you can buy snacks and candy. During the school holidays the museum has a packed program of workshops, quizzes and crafts.
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