The only now living person north of the South Pole that have walked upon all sandy beaches longer than 2 kilometers in Sweden and some other countries. My bare feet know the best beaches better than they know their own socks.
The bestest of the bestest beaches in the Swedish kingdom
1. Split decision. Sandhammaren in Skåne and Norsta Auren in Fårö Gotland
3. Tylösand near Halmstad
4. Skanör in Skåne
5. Sudersand in Fårö Gotland
6. Falsterbo in Skåne
7. Beddingestrand in Skåne
8. Haväng Yngsjö Beach at Österlen
9. Östra Stranden in Halland
10. Mellbystrand in Laholm
You can see pictures and videos of all the beaches in this blog. There are alson a map to the right on the start page where you can find out where the beaches are located.
Sometimes I look on my back at the beach in Akkers Brygge in Oslo. Pictured by the very best photographer, Kristian Jøraandstad.
Sometimes I look back not on my back but on all the beaches my feet has touched and sensed. It’s not always a walk in the park. I walk up to 30 kilometers a day, 500 kilometers in one summer. Without socks and without a roof. It’s a tough job. But someone need to do it. Or?
Hasta la vista from one of the best beach country in the world. Portugal.
Watch out for the feather weight. The wind is strong this very day. Not even the birdiest birds can keep their feathers on.
Beachlove is all the love you need sometimes. Michael Douglas fell in love with Sudersand a couple of years ago. I did just that before Mr Michael did. Sudersand has been on the top ten list of the best beaches in the world several times.
Sandy beach volleyboll. It’s the best beach activity accept from walking and talking and stalking. Many years ago I played with friends for many hours and suddenly remembered that I needed to be on a ferry from Visby 5 hours later. I borrowed an old military bike without gears and cycled 60 kilometers with a ”väldans” heavy back pack back on my back. Throwback back in the hoods.
No offence on this fence
The very end of Sudersand
AB – After Beach. At the best restaurant in Fårö, Fårögården.
This picture is shot almost inside a ”Rauk”. If you are not from Sweden. You do not posses a Rauk in your country. Not one.
This beach is very secluded and nicer than nice this very day.
Some people are strolling along here naked. One of them looked att me in what seemed to be a in very interested way. Ha wore a grey beard. His colleague next to him did not.
Jellyfish. Not very common on Gotland. It survived the steps by Beachwalker. Step by step.
Since sandy beaches on islands is not part of the Beachwalker project. I am not following my regular rules driving a convertible. So on this Gotland island tour I used a used Ferrari 612 Scaglietti. It is extraordinary in many ways but built for greater roads than these in Gotland. Frankly, it will be more than ok to switch to the more comfortable and environmental nice Audi e-tron when I get back to Fårö.