Tourist Information in the St. Anna archipelago

Sankt Anna, Söderköping

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Next to the tourist information available Edgards house which is preserved interior and exterior from 1918.

The area is rural and quiet. Meadows with grazing livestock, forest with blueberries. Sit in the old-fashioned garden furniture and view over fields and meadows towards the water.

Tourist information with personal information and brochures in Swedish, German and English as well as access to computers and the internet. Timetables for boat traffic. Menus to parlors of St. Anna. Find available rooms and cabins for overnight. Information about hiking trails and swimming. In Edgards house are exhibits of development projects in the archipelago and display of craftsmanship. I shed a marknadsbod with sales.

Café adjacent to the Tourist Informationand garden where visitors can relax and even have your own refreshments, overlooking the bay and the meadows. Taste it grown in garden beds. Reserve with Strandäng The walk is approximately 800 m and accessible to prams and wheelchairs, at half the distance an observation tower overlooking the meadows. Information signs with text and images at the bird tower, about birds and plants in the area. Coffee Tables along the way. It also Skogsstigen which is about 1200 m path goes through different habitats and is hilly, not accessible for prams and wheelchairs.

See the portal for events, accommodation, restaurants, cafes, walking trails, etc. in St. Anna. There is nice nature pictures and descriptions of various natural areas. Welcome!


Public transportation


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The houses adapted for wheelchair and stroller.

Strandäng promenade and observation towers adapted for wheelchair and pram

Good parking facilities. Close to bus stop.


  • Internet
  • Kafé
  • Motionsslinga
  • Tillgänglighetsanpassad
  • WC/Toalett
  • Vandringsled