Fire ban in Kalmar County

From June 10th, there is a fire ban in Kalmar County until further notice.

Together, we can help each other minimise the spread of Covid-19.

Please follow the recommendations of Swedish authorities. Stay at home if you have any symptoms, wash your hands frequently and keep a safe distance to others.

Scenic trails

Isn’t it wonderful to enjoy the outdoors? Here are four of our lovely trails, perfect for walking, running or cycling. Or simply for winding down, finding delight in the stillness of forests and fields.

Kalmarsundsleden

This is a scenic trail for hiking and biking, with varying nature. It covers three municipalities – Kalmar, Mönsterås and Torsås – and adds up to a total of 200 kilometres. The trail follows old country roads, village streets and railway embankments. You will find both beaches and sights along the way.

Ljungbyleden

When you walk along the Ljungby stream, both nature and culture experiences await. The trail is 2.5 kilometres long, and adjacent to it is an illuminated jogging track. Right nearby you will also find the Prästängen nature reserve, and the Krankelösaholm recreational area, with the remains of an old fortification.

Östra sigfridsleden

This is a pilgrim’s trail measuring 30 kilometres, starting at the Hagby stream in Södermöre and ending at Källebäcksmåla, west of Kalmar. The trail takes you through both coastal landscapes and forests with a thriving fauna. Perhaps you will see animals both wild and domesticated?

Linnéslingan

The trail is a nature and culture trail about ten kilometres long, running from the Linnaeus University to the Stensö peak. Along the way are several cultural historical places of note, and diverse nature areas to greet you.

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