West of the harbour, scramble to the top of the now-defunct 19th-century lighthouse (17m), and visit the tiny maritime museum inside Captain Brinck’s Cabin. (Note that the lighthouse is managed by the hostel warden,…
A renovated 19th-century warehouse east of the harbour, with local exhibitions of handicrafts and art (for sale). There's a small café inside.
Packs people like sardines into its tiny shop. The smokehouse’s salmon baguettes and crayfish cakes on brown bread are worth the crush.
This huge 19th-century kiln near Köpmansmagasinet gallery recalls the bygone lime industry; it smoked its last in 1954.
This signpost marks Swedens southernmost point: latitude 55° 20’ 3”.
Houses a tiny maritime museum.