Welcome to Fårö
This island, once home to Ingmar Bergman, has magnificent raukar formations; watch the sunset at Langhammarshammaren if you can. At the island’s eastern tip, the rocks by Fårö lighthouse are laced with fossils. British troops who fought in the Crimean war are buried at Ryssnäs in the extreme south; obey signs posted along roads here, as this area is still used for military exercises. The beaches here are some of the island's finest and the isolated fishing villages are unspeakably picturesque.
It’s hard to imagine a better way to absorb the area than by cycling up to Fårö and following the bike trails around the beautiful, windswept little island.