City guide – Docksta, Ullånger, Nätradalen

The sea as a neighbor

The areas just south and north of Skuleskogen. Close to the sea and attractive, excellent to explore on foot, by bike or by car.

CELEBRITIES from the area Wilhelm Peterson-Berger, Magdalena Forsberg.


Kustladans camping, Skoved
A classic campsite in the High Coast with hostel, camping, cabins, heated swimming pool and restaurant.

Ullångers Hotel & Restaurant, Sundbrogatan 30, Ullånger
Located next to the E4 and only 200 meters from the exit to Nordingrå.

Kajkanten Restaurant B&B, Köpmanholmens-
vägen 2, Köpmanholmen
Accommodation a few meters from the quay where the ferries to Ulvön and Trysunda dock. Also has a restaurant with outdoor seating.

Skuleberget Havscamping, Veåsand 211, Docksta
A highlight for those who come with a caravan or mobile home. The sea straight ahead and Skuleberget and Skuleskogen as neighbors. Nowadays also cottages.

FriluftsByn, Skuleberget
Pitches plus accommodation in large cabin, camping cabin or tent. Restaurant in the area and plenty of space to hang out and chill.

Docksta Hotell, Örnvägen 2, Docksta
Simpler hotel with free parking and wi–fi. Suitable for those who want to travel m/s Kusttrafik from Docksta to Ulvön.

Jacob’s cabins, Gällstasjön, Vibyggerå
Next door to the Skuleberget cable car are Jaco’s cabins and new for the year also with pitches.

Villa Orrbacken, Docksta
Bed & breakfast in an elevated manager’s villa and cottages adjacent to it.


Docksta Sko, Kartongvägen 2, Docksta
Fräsch store where you can buy the classic Docksta slippers or one of the other models that are made according to old craft tradition. The shop also has clothes and home furnishings. Docksta Sko turns 100 this year.

Jelstje’s Chocolate Pralines and Sara’s Ice Cream Factory, Dockstavägen 31
Café, handmade chocolate pralines and self-made ice cream under the same roof. Also check out the webshop!

Antik & Kuriosa, Nätragatan 6, Bjästa
Loppis and antique shop with an exciting selection. Further up the same street, there are two more flea markets.


Mjälloms Tunnbröd Deli 1923, Industrivägen 10, Ullånger
The country’s oldest existing thin bread bakery sells its own goods and a rich selection of other delicacies in the High Coast’s best deli shop. When the store is not staffed, there are generous times for self-service. Mjällom Tunnbröd is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year.

Ekogården in Skrike, Skrike 202, Bjästa
Gårdsbutik with only organic food and other sustainable everyday products.

Mjällom Tunnbröd Deli 1923, Industrivägen 10, Ullånger
Newly started restaurant with high ambitions and great dedication. Chef
Jimmy Lindström has created Ångermanland’s regional court.

Björnstugan, Roted 102, Ullånger
Classic restaurant with the big bear on the short side facing E4 as a landmark.

Dollstabaren, Dockstavägen 40, Dollsta
Re-sung in Ted Ström’s “Wintersaga”. Over 70 years. The menu with push buttons for ordering has been there since the beginning.

The living room,
Nice hanging out and food of a locally produced character.

Skulebergets Havcamping, Veåsand
Restaurant which is new for the year. Has, among other things, an exclusive, Italian pizza oven.

Toppstugan, Skuleberget
One of the High Coast’s highest located eateries. You get a great view in the bargain.
Hillside Kitchen, naturum Höga Kusten
Restaurant and café. Enjoy something good before or after you’ve climbed the Via Ferrata, visited the Skulegrotta or taken part in the exhibitions at the nature center.

See & do

Skuleberget cable car
Take the brand new cable car up to the top of the mountain and Toppstugan. Höga Kusten’s newest and coolest attraction. An estimated 40,000 people will ride the cable car this year. Are you one of them?

Via Ferrata, Skuleberget
Do you dare to climb Skuleberget via safe climbing paths? The Via Ferrata has different routes up to the top.

Naturum Höga Kusten, Skuleberget, Docksta
Learn about the record-high land elevation that made Höga Kusten a world heritage site and also take part in the other exhibitions.

High Coast Art Valley, Köpmanholmen
Walking paths along the shores and in lush, magical environments with lots of varied and surprising works of art. The children’s world with experiences and discoveries. The Workers’ Museum is also well worth a visit.

Brynge cultural area, Brynge
Located on the road between Bjästa and Sidensjö. Cultural-historical buildings, a power plant and a workshop for flax preparation.

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