In the Luleå archipelago, where there are 1.312 islands, many kilometres of winter roads are ploughed, as a service to both visitors and residents. Experience the feeling of driving by car between the islands. Talk to the islanders and be amazed by the fact that in just a few months, the nearby inlet will be filled with boats. Listen to the silence and experience the tranquility, rest your eyes where the unobstructed horizon meets the sky and recharge your batteries with energy from the vast, white vistas. Here there is plenty of room to just be, let your mind wander and find its way home. To you.
The icebergs of the outer archipelago
Imagine the vast, frozen archipelago. Nothing but the frozen sea and snow-capped islands for as long as you can see. Except for large ice formations protruding seemingly out of nowhere. It is called pack ice, and is small icebergs built up from the pressure of the open sea meeting the ice of the coastal archipelago, creating a truly arctic environment.
Hover across the ice
When the Gulf of Bothnia is all frozen up, we can use the ice for fun stuff like hoover crafting. We think you should check it out – it’s a pretty cool adventure, if we may say so ourselves.