When? Late April to June
Thousands of birds migrate to the archipelago early in the spring
when the ice melts from the sea. You can be out there on the
high seas watching the birds arrive by the hundreds. Let local
people be your guide and take you out into the wilderness. Experience
the smell of the sea, the sounds of the birds, the wind and
waves. Return to the warmth of the fireplace to enjoy your dinner
after an exciting day. Don’t forget to bring your camera.
Visit the amazing habitat of grey seals and white-tailed eagles.
Experience the magnificent archipelago and observe the grey
seals in their natural surroundings. Soak in the breathtaking
seascapes of the outer archipelago with its barren rocky islands.
An experience in any season.
Duration: half-day trip, or as part of a bird-watching trip
When? 30th May to 20th August (when the bees are
To bee or not to bee. The bees collect the purest honey from
the unspoiled nature of the archipelago. A guided tour will
show you how the bees collect and store honey, how they survive
through the winter etc. A honey-tasting session can be arranged
– there are many different types of honey to choose from.
Visit the honey café with honey bagels, honey liqueur
and beer, and buy freshly-made honey to take home.
Duration: half-day programme
When? Late August to early October
A guided mushroom picking excursion on the grounds of the estate.
You can find many edible mushrooms and even cook your own meal
from the day's finds.
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