ARK56 is a network of links in the Blekinge Biosphere Reserve Blekinge Archipelago, designated by UNESCO for its unique natural and cultural values. You will be led through the Blekinge archipelago, along the water. 13 hubs connect the joints and offer food, accommodation and experiences. At the service hub, you can rent a canoe or bicycle, if you feel, for example, changing modes of transport.
Plan your route
You navigate along the different routes using an app on your mobile. The app easily guides you from windshield to suite, from barbecue area to gourmet restaurant, from flirt to wilderness. With the planning tool Naturkartan ARK56 you can plan your trip at home in peace and quiet. If you prefer a physical map, it is easy to download here - ARK56 Sweden or download it at one of the tourist offices.
Along the coast
If you are a hiker, lace up your boots, pack your backpack and start walking along the hiking trail. If you want to take the bike, there is the cycle path that takes you along winding small roads through the archipelago landscape. You will find detours and places to discover in the app. Kayaking takes you between islands, islands and headlands. You slip through a world heritage site and a unique archipelago where the forest stands all the way down the beach. The app provides suggestions for routes, rounds and resting places, accommodation, restaurants and experiences. If you want to avoid the plan, there are ready-made all-inclusive packages with food and lodging, kayaking and much else that allows you to relax and enjoy.
The network of paths passes through the Blekinge Archipelago Biosphere Reserve and is located along the 56th latitude, hence the name ARK56. It is an unexploited nature in a beautiful and well-preserved cultural landscape. Did you know that there are 686 biosphere reserves in the world and five in Sweden? It feels fantastic that one of these is located in Blekinge! Come and experience ARK56, it is both relaxing and pleasant to combine activities with nature's tranquillity.
Make a quick look at the Nature Map planning tool below. Click on what you are curious about.