The largest island in the Baltic sea, with an area measuring around 2,994 square kilometres, Gotland is situated just off Swedens south eastern coast. Sparsely populated and underdeveloped, the charm of the island is its tranquil haunting beauty. Outside of the capital Visby you will need wheels to explore here especially the more remote locations, which can be reached via ever-shifting landscapes of grassy meadows, secluded hamlets, grazing curly-haired sheep and the occasional cool windmill. There is also a nature reserve, fine beaches. Archaeological finds have revealed that the history of the island stretches back some 7000 years, and was a trading centre during the Middle Ages, right up until the 14th-century Battle of Visby
Fårö is a small island just off north of Gotland. It has a unique nature.