Eat and drink well. Docksta and its surroundings are perhaps the Höga Kusten’s restaurant densest place. Here you can find the classic Dockstabaren, Kustgrillen, Kustladan, Living Room at FriluftsByn, Toppstugan, Hillside Kitchen at naturum Höga Kusten and the restaurant at Skulebergets Havscamping. Possibly more eateries anyway. The range is impressive.
Stay and swim . Tent, stay in cabins, bed and breakfast, in hotels, book a pitch for a caravan or motor home and swim in the sea or lakes.
Take the boat to the archipelago . If you don’t have your own boat, you can go with m/s Kusttrafik to Ulvön or by tour boat from Veåsand to Ulvön or Sweden’s highest island, Mjältön.
Climb or take the cable car. Skuleberget attracts both adventurers and lovers of beautiful views. Take the cable car to the top or choose some of the Via Ferrata climbing paths, which run along the steep north side of the mountain.
Climb more mountains. In addition to Skuleberget, there are more mountains to climb and be enthralled by. Both a nice path and a road with parking go to Getsvedjeberget above Veåsand just a short distance from the mountain. On Getsvedjeberget’s pulpit, shaped by nature, you can take a cool picture that thousands before you have chosen to do.