In Sweden, allemansrätten – the right of public access – grants everyone the right to pitch a tent pretty much anywhere in nature, as long as you keep your distance to people’s houses and stay away from farmland. For a unique yet natural experience of Sweden – bring a tent, find a remote spot in a field or on a rock, pitch your tent and enjoy the silence. All for free. In national parks and nature reserves there are special rules which may restrict the Right of Public Access. You will find the rules posted in English on noticeboards around the area.
Visit Båstad & Bjäre peninsula on the Swedish west coast 2017! Enjoy the sea, the local food, the nature and the small countryside villages. Find a nice homestay like this house on the link below.
On Norrviken Camping you will find pitches with own electricity and lawn.
On Bjäre Golf Club there are pitches with electricity pole, there are also changing rooms with toilets, showers and sauna.
The campsite offers pitches with electricity and grassy area of 70 sqm. Here you can stock up on drinking water, empty gray water and the latrine and throw garbage.