The town of Nyköping lies on the eastern coast of Sweden on the Baltic Sea’s Gulf of Bothnia, around 100 kilometers south of Stockholm. Today, the area has become a popular tourist destination for boating and yachting enthusiasts from around the world during the summer months, thanks to its excellent location, historical attractions and pristine natural beauty. Inhabited since the stone age, Nyköping has a long and storied history, and there are rock carvings from the Bronze Age and the ruins of a medieval castle that date back to the 11th century CE.


The marina at Nyköping is well appointed and can be found in the King Hagen district of town, along with a variety of lively taverns, excellent restaurants and a bustling energy. The port is also within walking distance of the Eastern Mountains district, which is a quiet part of town that is close to many of the area’s natural attractions.

Geographical :
Baltic Sea
Eastern Sweden / Finland
Stockholm / Nyköping
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