At the far end of Öland's northeastern cape is Trollskogen, an old coniferous forest that has acquired its special character through the grazing of cows. There are also various activities for children.
It was Linnaeus who in 1741 gave the vast stone pebbles and the undulating beach ridge formations the name Neptuni fields, and certainly the landscape appears to have been shaped by the sea god himself. When the blueberry blooms against the gray-white limestone, both tourists and islanders roam here.
Lindreservatet is one of Öland's finest nature reserves. Here you will find deciduous forests, pine forests, open pastures, elves, marshes and herb-rich meadows.
Horn's royal estate summarizes much of the beauty and uniqueness of Öland's nature. Most Öland habitat types are represented here.
Lilla horns löväng
Lilla Horn's deciduous meadow is a tree-bearing hay meadow and one of Öland's few remaining meadows.
A glimpse of paradise! Here you are offered the very best a leafy meadow on Öland can offer.
Petgärde och Djurstad
One of Öland's wetlands where, among other things, meadow hawk, brown marsh hawk, gray hook dip, water rattlesnake, small-spotted marsh hen and single snipe nest.
Few places are as lovely as Högenäs' words. From the beacon on the ridge you have a magnificent view out over the sparkling Baltic Sea.