A charming small town only one hour south of Stockholm
Autumn in Sweden might seem dark and gloomy – here are our top 7 tips that can brighten up your stay in Trosa!
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Inspiration for your visit
Trosa is a cosy, picturesque town that every year ends up high on lists of Sweden’s most attractive towns and most popular visitor destinations. The delightful location close to the archipelago and the walks along the beautiful Trosa River are frequently mentioned as excursion tips for the summer. However, Trosa is a living district that offers service, retail, food, accommodation, events and leisure activities all year round!
Surrounded by lush forest, Åda Golf & Country Club is situated in the midst of Sörmland nature. Not far from the glittering sea. Located just outside Trosa, the Isoz family has run this popular golf club since 2003. Around the golf course, they have established a friendly and service-oriented business. Guided by the motto “everyone is welcome”. On the golf course, in the hotel, and in the restaurant.
Up for a royal excursion, an hour south of Stockholm? Tullgarn Castle is well worth a visit. The building is magnificent, and the apple orchards as well as the castle park overlooking the sea are open all year round.
Stendörren Nature Reserve is found between Trosa and Nyköping. In addition to breath-taking nature experiences, this area offers a unique opportunity. To walk all the way out to the very edge of the archipelago without ever getting into a boat.
The right of public access enables everyone to enjoy Swedish nature. And the archipelago municipality of Trosa has lots of varying nature experiences to discover. So, pack your bags and make your way here to enjoy our magical outdoor life.
The town of Trosa is located 70 kilometres south of Stockholm. The municipality has just over 14,400 permanent residents, but periodically, its population far exceeds that. Excellent connections with the outside world and the proximity to the Swedish capital, along with the sea, the forest, lakes, meadows, and the agricultural region, make it hard for people to tear themselves away. The population of Trosa has grown steadily for years now, as has the municipality’s popularity as a destination. If you haven’t been here already, we’d love to have you.