Lat 59°48'10.34"N, Long 19°15'28.66"E
Why you must go there:
This island is located at the back end of the Vattungarna archipelago. It is an incredible island with jet black flat rocks, and you have the horizon on all sides. One of my best and most beautiful memories is sleeping directly on the rocks during a dry and clear summer day, using nothing but a sleeping pad and a sleeping bag. I started with the setting sun between my feet, and after nightfall I had an incredible view of the starry sky as I was falling asleep.
This is how you get there:
Take a bus or go by car to Räfsnäs Brygga, which lies 20 kilometers beyond Norrtälje. Then board the ferry to the island of Fejan, where you can rent a kayak. Paddle for about 8 kilometers until you reach Håkanskär. The best camping sites are on the northern side of the island, and you can enjoy the sunset from your tent at this location. Remember that it is strictly forbidden to make fires directly on the rocks! This is a fragile place, which is difficult to reach, but I hope that more people will be able to enjoy it in the future.