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Ljugarns Semesterby has its own boules area, with balls available from reception.

Thanks to its 700 km+ coastline Gotland has plenty of rewarding fishing to offer. The rules have now changed so that you can put out nets or fish with rods from the beach without asking the landowner for permission. Lakes and streams, however, come under different rules and you must get permission from the fishing rights holder beforehand.

Fishing for sea trout has gained in popularity on Gotland in recent years, with the best time being from February to June. The best waters are to be found along the rocky ledges off north-west Gotland, though sea trout are also caught on the eastern side of the island.


Ljugarn’s golf club is home to a challenging nine-hole course designed by famous Swedish course architect Jan Sederholm. Work started on the course back in 1989 and the club now has nearly 300 members.

We are busy building a small pool area ahead of the 2014 season. It will feature two pools, both heated – one for big people and one for little ones!

Admission bands are available from reception and cost SEK 50 per person per day. Band-holders can go in and out of the area all day long. Guests go free.

Where in Sweden can you find an excellent sandy beach just off the village’s main street? Where you can walk from your hotel room or cabin in swimming trunks the short distance to the beach? And where does it take less than a minute to walk from the edge of the beach to the nearest restaurants and café? Ljugarn, that’s where!

Head north for more sandy beaches: Ardre beach is both long and close by, while Sjaustru, Grynge, Sandviken and Katthammarsvik are all less than a 15-minute drive away.