22,000 islands and cobs to explore in the archipelago of Lake Vänern

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Ta båtbussen till några av Vänerns 22 000 öar för bad och eller vandring

Every day between 26 June and 31 August you can take a boat bus out on Lake Vänern.

On Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays, line 93 operates the Inner Harbor and Jäverön sections, and on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays the Inner Harbor and Västra Långholmen sections run.


Jäverön offers nice hiking along groomed hiking trails through forests, natural pastures and beach meadows. On the island there are several windbreaks and coffee places, and you can take a dip in the inland sea at one of the many bathing bays and cliffs.

Västra Långholmen

Västra Långholmen is a small island in the outer part of the Vänerskärgården archipelago. Here are beautiful rocky beaches and easy walks that go through pine forest. An accessibility-adapted footbridge runs across the island. On the island there is a windbreak and toilet.

The trip costs only SEK 28 one way and you can read more about how to pay and what times the line runs here:

Let yourself be inspired by our short inspirational film about the boat bus to Västra Långholmen or Jäverön

Västra Söön

You can only get to this little idyll in Lake Vänern by boat. It is mainly the island's nice bathing area with sandy beach that attracts visitors. Västra Söön (“Sööa”) is located south of Mörudden's bathing area and Sörvikshamnen. There are disabled toilets and a boat dock. Line 99 takes you from Lillängshamnen or Mörudden every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.

The trip costs only SEK 28 and you can buy tickets in advance here: https://www.varmlandstrafik.se/