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Ferries Nynäshamn

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 From June 1th to September 30th, The Concell Insular de Formentera regulates the entry of motor vehicles on the island. See more.
During the restricted period, access, circulation and parking are not allowed to the following vehicles:
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Nynäshamn is a small town on the east coast of Sweden, on the Baltic Sea, about 60 km from the capital Stockholm.

The town, once a fishing village, began to gain importance in the early 1900s, with the opening of the railway line to Stockholm. Today, given its short distance from the capital and continental Europe, has an important harbour used for transporting goods and passengers as well as cruise ships to the Scandinavian Peninsula.

From the port of Nynäshamn you can set off all year round to explore the Baltic States! Stena Line ferries operate up to 10 routes a week, reaching the port of Ventspils on Latvia's west coast in around 9 hours.

You can sail to Finland! Stena Line operates the 13 hour connection to Hanko. Departures take place once a day in the evening hours.

The Nynäshamn ferry terminal has an information office, a comfortable waiting room, an internet café, toilets, lifts, and easy access for passengers with reduced mobility. Bars, restaurants, supermarkets, shops and other services of all kinds are available in the city centre, which is about a 10-minute walk away.

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Nynäshamn ferries About Nynäshamn

With the ferries for Nynäshamn, you can enjoy a relaxing and leisurely holiday amidst picturesque scenery and numerous recreational activities.

→ If you love water sports, you can surf and windsurf on Torö Stenstrand, an island connected to Nynäshamn by bridge, or on Knappelskär, a beach with spectacular rock formations to discover. You can explore the coast by kayak, canoe, or sailboat. Fishing enthusiasts will find numerous lakes where pike and perch live.

→ Nynäshamn is a hiker's paradise! Not far from the town is the Käringboda trail, which runs through the nature reserve of the same name. You can tour it on foot or by mountain bike. Near the reserve there is a car park for campers. Nynäshamn is a stop on the Sörmlandsleden, a 1,000-kilometre route from Stockholm through the province of Södermanland. Vatmark Alhagen, a few kilometres from the harbour, is a walkable protected wetland where ducks and waders can be spotted. Tyresta National Park is located further north, towards Stockholm, and offers spectacular routes between blue lakes and green pine forests.

→ If you want to trace the history of the region, don't miss the Railway Museum and the Motorcycle Museum, both located in the port city. Head south and visit Nynäs Castle, which has a long history: in fact, the first evidence of the noble residence dates back to 1328. The castle can be visited from the inside and is surrounded by a picturesque garden. In Släbro, lovers of ancient history can find several runic stones and rock carvings with unique motifs.

→ With the ferries to Nynäshamn, you can travel to the fabulous capital Stockholm, only 60 km away. It's a city to explore, with the enchanting Old Town Gamla Stan, the elegant Royal Palace Kungliga Slottet, the Vasa Museum and the imposing vessel it houses. You can hop on a boat and see the entire archipelago from a different perspective, admiring the Drottningholm Castle complex from the sea.

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How to reach the boardings

Address: Stena Line Norvikvägen 26, 149 45 Nynäshamn

GPS coordinates: 58.93866°N 17.97378°E

Nynäshamn harbour is only a 10-minute walk from the city centre and 400 metres from the railway station, from where regular bus connections to the capital's airport depart. You can easily reach Nynäshamn terminal by car from Stockholm by driving 60 km along motorway 73.

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