The Gotlandic website Gotland.net is the most visited online source for tourist information about the Swedish island Gotland. Here you can find information about travel, accommodation, activities and all that makes the island Gotland a natural destination for your vacation.
Four fast ferries run by Destination Gotland carry cars and passengers to Gotland from Nynäshamn and Oskarshamn on the Swedish mainland. The trip takes about 3 hours.
Flying from Stockholm to Visby takes about 35 minutes. You can fly to Gotland all year round from Bromma (near Stockholm City), Arlanda international airport, Ängelholm/Helsingborg and Gothenburg. During the summer there are also flights to Visby from Malmö, Sundsvall and Skavsta in Sweden, Oslo in Norway, Berlin in Germany and Helsinki in Finland.
Flygbussarna Airport Coaches offers transfer from Stockholm to the harbor in Nynäshamn. All bus transfers are adapted to the ferry timetables. The bus leaves Stockholm 1 hour and 45 minutes before the ferry departs. Tickets can be bought at the bus terminal in Stockholm or when booking the ferry tickets.
Flygbussarna also offers transfer between Visby Airport and Visby between May 15 and September 15. The timetable is adapted to the flights. Tickets can be purchased onboard the bus or at www.flygbussarna.se.
Visitors to Gotland have a wide variety of accommodation to choose from, from luxury hotels to delightful bed & breakfasts in the countryside. At Gotland.net, you can choose from a wide variety of lodging all over Gotland with direct links to online booking.
To find and book accomodation on Gotland, please visit the Swedish section of the sight using Google Translate.
See and do
There is always something going on on Gotland, from large and popular events like the Medieval Week in August and the dirt bike competition Gotland Grand National in October, to sightseeing and interesting exhibitions. Gotland is also known for its long, sandy beaches and beautiful landscape.
To find out more about what to see and do on Gotland, please visit the Swedish section of the sight using Google Translate.