The Botanical Garden of DBW (the Bathing Friends), popularly known as “Botan”, has for more than 150 years been situated close to the beach in Visby, protected by the city wall from the storms and salty sprays of the Baltic Sea.

Högklint is a cliff tip on Gotland’s west coast, about seven kilometers southwest of Visby . Högklint, one of the most spectacular cliffs on Gotland, is made of turkeys, supported by layered limestone and marble slate, and dumps 46 meters almost vertically into the sea. Högklint with surrounding area since the beginning of the 20th century has expired as a nature reserve. Address: Utsiktsvägen, 622 61 Kneippbyn, Sweden


The Lummelunda Cave is located in a nature reserve at Lummelunda north of Visby on Gotland, Sweden. The explored part of this karst cave is almost 4.5 km, making it one of the longest caves in Sweden. Address: LUMMELUNDA LUMMELUNDSBRUK 520, 621 71 Visby, Sweden Phone: +46 498 27 30 50