It is easy to get about in the archipelago. Come by car, bus, bike, boat, or walking. Fine bridges, spacious ferries, and splendid vessels link the islands together.
I pedal, you pedal, the journey goes like a dance. No line-ups, fresh air fills your lungs, and fitness improves. Distances are short and the scenery changes. You’ll enjoy the clean fresh air to the full.
When you come in your own boat, tie up at the jetty in the guest harbour and attend to your boat and crew.
The yellow ferries, those moving, untiring, transporters of the archipelago, offer a welcome break in driving, and short and free sea trip.
The white vessels are, for travelers with and without cars, a conveyance and for the inhabitants of the islands a vital aspect of life. The post moves, service functions, and food stores are filled. And it is an event into the bargain.
Tens of thousands of islands and skerries form a paradise for boat people. Here you can travel the same routes as the Vikings and the Hansaetic Merchants of a thousand years ago. Sea taxis can take the rambler to the outer islands.