Grand Designs

imageHafsten SweCamp resort near Uddevalla in West Sweden is an unusual place. It has been in existence for fifty years and occupies an enviable position on a peninsula with beaches on either side, and a large rocky promontory jutting out into the fjord providing shelter for the beaches, as well as some interesting walks. The site offers chalets to rent, and pitches for RVs/motor caravans, ordinary caravans, and tents. But approximately 50% of the site is occupied by trailers that are owned by Swedes and used for summer and weekend breaks. It seems that some retired couples spend a large part of the year at Hafsten, as the site never closes. Continue reading


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