The charming village of Saltsjöbaden lies on the eastern coast of Sweden at the mouth of a pristine inlet just southeast of Stockholm on the Baltic Sea. The name literally translated means “Salt Sea Baths,” and was originally developed from farmland into a resort in the late 1800s. Today, Saltsjöbaden is quite a popular tourist destination among savvy boating and yachting enthusiasts from around the world, thanks in part to its pristine natural beauty and luxury amenities.


While visiting, be sure to check out the village’s Grand Hotel, which was also built during the late 1800s to mimic the style of what was seen at the time along the French Riviera and in Monte Carlo. With 140 rooms, a number of restaurants and bars, a spa and it’s own marina, Saltsjöbaden’s Grand Hotel is a magnificent site to behold and remains a popular destination among the fashionable elite to this day.

Geographical :
Baltic Sea
Eastern Sweden / Finland
Stockholm / Saltsjöbaden
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