South Koster Island, West Sweden – October 2011
The Koster Islands are situated off the north coast of West Sweden, not a million miles from Norway, and are Sweden’s most westerly inhabited islands. South Koster covers an area of only about 8 square kilometres, so it is perfectly possible to walk or cycle the whole island in a day. The island is car-free and full of pretty clapboard houses, lovely views, and gorgeous scenery like this. It’s a fantastic place to cycle, walk, relax, think… or just be. You can read more about my visit to Sweden here, or view an album of my Sweden trip photos here.
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