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Destinations in Sweden
GotlandSweden’s largest island is the country’s summertime secret; Swedes come here in droves to make the most of the balmy Baltic beaches. It’s fit for more than a summer fling, however: Gotland’s rugged landscape has year-round holiday appeal.
Norrbotten CountyWild, wintry and prone to natural wonders, Norrbotten County’s remote vistas are a siren call for wilderness-seekers and nature lovers. The county covers more than a quarter of Sweden’s total land area, but is home to less than 250,000 residents.
StockholmA network of 14 islands on the edge of the Baltic, Stockholm is cool, vibrant yet laid-back, and everything works beautifully – in terms of function and aesthetics.
From gentle exertions like cycling between the vineyards around Hôtel Crillon le Brave, to brow-dampening hikes in the Atlas Mountains near Kasbah du Toubkal, we know activity-packed places to appeal to every type of adventurer. Thrill seekers might consider the Alps: bathed in summer sun, they're a playground for hikers, climbers, mountain bikers and white-water rafters. Alpaga makes for a tranquil base to rest up afterwards. Those of a more leisurely persuasion might prefer to mount a steed and see the White Isle's wilder side on horseback – rustic retreat Can Curreu in Ibiza has its own stables. And if Sweden's big-kid-thrilling Treehotel can't make you fall in love with the outdoors, nothing can.