Boat to Fjäderholmarna

Stockholm's closest archipelago island

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from SEK 145

Enjoy true archipelago atmosphere only a short boat ride from the Stockholm city’s hustle and bustle. Spend a few hours or a whole day here.

See & do at Fjäderholmarna
Relax on the sunbathed cliffs, let your kids dip their feet in the cooling water by the small beach or take a stroll on the island. Visit the museum for old ships or the craftsmen. Here you will find glasblowers, pottery makers, smiths and small shops selling interior decorations and handycrafts. You can also visit Fjäderholmarnas Brewery and BrewPub to try Swedish beer. On the stage Fjäderholmsscenen you can listed to music entertainment all summer.

Food & Drink
There are several great places to eat and drink on the island. Enjoy the tastes of the archipelago at Fjäderholmarnas Krog, Rökeriet, Skärgårdskompaniet and Aifur Fjäderholmarna or get a cup of coffee at Röda Villan, homemade icecream at Systrarna Degen or a pint of beer or two at the BrewPub in the harbour.

The last boat back to Stockholm departs at midnight so that gives you plenty of time to enjoy the island.

Read more about Fjäderholmarna here.



Stockholm's closest archipelago island has a lot to offer only 30 minutes from the city. Welcome to Fjäderholmarna!

Tour facts

Season: 29 April 2017 - 03 September 2017

Departs from: Nybroplan, berth no 13.

Children 6-15 yrs: Half price
Children 0-5 yrs: Free of charge.

One way tickets: SEK 115

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