Kosterhavet was Sweden’s first marine national park. The 450-square-kilometer park contains the highest concentration in the country of rich, diverse marine life. The marine park contains nearly 200 different species of animals and plants including deep-water coral reefs.
Located in Sweden’s southernmost region, Skåne is a city perched on some of the most fertile soil in the world. Beautiful farms, forests, and lakes decorate the land, on which there are nearly 300 castles and gardens from the 12th through 19th centuries.
Skógafoss is a popular destination when travelling along the South Coast of Iceland, located close to the area of Skógar. At 60 meters wide and 25 high, it is one of the most beautiful and dramatic of all waterfalls in Iceland.