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Things To Do in Visby and Gotland

Looking for experiences in Visby and on Gotland? The hotel is an excellent starting point for those visiting the Lummelunde Cave, taking the family to Kneippbyn amusement and waterpark or visiting the island of Fårö and the Blue Lagoon.

See our tips for experiences in Visby and on Gotland, or ask the staff for recommendations if you need further inspiration or ideas for things to do while on the island.



If you are visiting us during the summer months with the family, we recommend a trip to the Kneippbyn amusement and waterpark. Here, you will find Pippi Longstocking’s Villa Villekulla, Trampoline Land, rides, water slides and other fun activities for all ages.

The hotel is just 5 minutes by car from Kneippbyn.

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Play golf at Visby Golf Club

Be sure to bring your golf clubs when you stay with us. Visby Golf Club is located 25 minutes from the hotel. This top-rated golf course is a real gem.

Beautifully situated on the coast and with "an ambition to deliver a total experience beyond the usual," as they write on their website.

Enjoy a round of golf and return to the hotel to relax by the pool or hang out on the rooftop terrace or in the lobby with friends.

Lummelunda Cave

Lummelunda Cave

A 20-minute drive north of Visby you find the Lummelunda Cave. A guided tour through the magnificent rock formations with wondrous fossils takes you 400 million years back in time. You will gain insight into how the cave was created and how it was discovered in the late 1940s.

The trip takes approx. 30 minutes and if you are a bit of a shiver bone then we recommend bringing a warm sweater or jacket as the temperature stays around 4-8C year-round.

The Lummelunda Cave is a designated nature reserve and you are not permitted to bring dogs or strollers/prams.

Fårö, Gotland


If you have plenty of time when you visit us, head to the small island of Fårö north of Gotland. Fårö is perhaps best known as Ingemar Bergman’s beloved refuge.

There is good reason why the famous auteur fell in love with this island. Here you can experience beautiful pristine nature and enjoy the salty sea air and fragrance of seaweed as you stroll along sandy beaches and gaze across the endless horizon.

Be sure to visit the Bergman Center while you are on Fårö to learn more about Bergman’s life and film-making. Also, be sure to check the ferry departure times in advance.


Blue Lagoon

There are many beautiful oases on Gotland, but if you visit the northern part of the island, for example on the way to or from Fårö, we recommend a stopover at the Blue Lagoon.

The Blue Lagoon was originally a limestone quarry that is now water-filled and a popular sunbathing destination.

There are no kiosks nearby so bring your packed lunch if you are planning a longer stay.