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Sölvesborg's bridge

Sölvesborg's bridge

The Sölvesborg Bridge is an international celebrity and unique because it ties Sölvesborg's city centre and the guest harbour with a golf course and beach. It is also named one of the world's ten most spectacular bridges according to CNN, precisely for its design and lighting. The Sölvesborg Bridge is also Europe's longest pedestrian and bicycle bridge with seats placed for picnics with fine views. Here, the newlyweds can stop for a romantic break at the "bus stops". Parking is available on both sides of the bridge.
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Fabulous Hanö

Fabulous Hanö

Hanö outside Listerlandet is a fairytale island surrounded by enchanting myths and stories. Here is the famous Dragon brand that came into being when an extinguished dragon crashed into the rock wall the first time the lighthouse was lit. In addition to stories, Hanö offers real experiences such as the Bönsäcken where millions of water-cut stones change shape after the winds of the sea. Here you will find three beautiful bathing places and a cosy restaurant overlooking Hanö Bay. The ferry ride from Nogersund takes about 20 minutes and you are met by a magnificent experience.
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Popular Tjärö

Popular Tjärö

At Tjärö you can cool off with a swim at one of the island's six bathing places and sunbathe out on the cliffs in the evening sun. Down at the waterfront is the restaurant where you can eat fish that belong to the coast - and enjoy the view of the beautiful archipelago. Here you eat with palate, eye and body. In the summer, the island is animated by lovely small houses from the 19th century or right next to the water. You choose which room size and standard is best for you. To Tjärö you take a ferry from Järnavik, Matvik and Karlshamn
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Ronneby Brunnspark

Ronneby Brunnspark

A beautiful, award winning park and a living cultural reserve. The park in itself feels like a health cure. There are alot of acitivities throughout the whole year; the charming Café Mandeltårtan, a flea market, music events and festivals. In the 1870s a spring in the park became very popular to drink from, and people from the whole country started travelling to Ronneby Brunnspark to drick from the spring as a way to improve their health. Still today, visitors come to Ronneby Brunspark for the same reason; to feel good.
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