In the Bunge area you are always close to the sea.  You can find several nice beaches where you can take a walk or have a picnic. Please visit the farm shop by the church where you can buy bread, local marmalade and jam. There are also several lamb products for sale. Bunge is located close to Fårö and the ferry to Fårö is only a few kilometres away.


The Bunge museum is located close to the church. You can se how people used to live on old farms during the 17th, 18th and 19th-century. More than 70 buildings have been moved to this 7 hectares large museum area. Here you can find Laikstuen (the playhouse) for everyone who wants to have fun, where you can try several old gotlandic games.

The Bunge museum is a non-profit association and volunteer work has been a significant part of the operation at the museum. The many items on the agenda during the summer such as theatres or the burning of coal, tar and lime, would not be possible to fulfil without all the volunteer workers.

The Bunge school museum consists of two lecture rooms which shows the development of the Swedish school from the school in the 1840:s when the youngest children got to learn how to write and count by using slide-rules. The largest room shows what the school was like 1910 when Theodor Erlandsson was the teacher here.


Blå Lagunen (The Blue Lagoon) is a great oasis on stenkusten which is located in one of the largest limestone quarries in Ar. Along the winding gravel roads you are taken to the gotlandic version of the Blue Lagoon, a water filled limestone quarry where you can swim in turquoise water. It is a good idea to bring a picnic since it is a long way to the closest shop.

Sudersand on Fårö has been nominated as one of the best beaches in the world. The beach is several kilometres long and completely facing south. It feels like the sun is always right above the shimmering sea.

Ekeviken on Fårö is a lovely beach on the northern part of the island.


Bungenäs is a peninsula southwest of Fårösund that during many years have been closed for the public. In some places the land is affected by the limestone quarry and military acttivity. Now the peninsula is open as a fantastic destination for a trip. Park the car at the closed gate and borrow a military bike for free to bike around the area and visit the café that recently opened in the old closed down shop.

Digerhuvud at Fårö is a several kilometres long area with "raukar" limestones formation/nature reserve and the biggest field of sea-sacks on Gotland.

Langhammars on Fårö is a powerful nature reserve with impressing "raukar" limestones formation. Helgumannen is the best well kept fishing village on Fårö that during the 18th century was the most important on Fårö. During our days it is the most popular object to be photographed on Fårö.

Ulla Hau on Fårö is a nature reserve with plenty of sand. The wind has created the landscape for over 200 years.

Restaurants and café

Fårösunds fästning (fortress) is a superdesigned hotel in a bunker-like, grey fort from the crimean days. The restaurant serves food of high quality in a harmonic combination.

Kustparken restaurant is situated in the old closed military area KA3, situated 8 minutes from the ferry berth in Fårösund.

On Fårö there are several cafés and restaurants. Sylvis döttrar, Ebbas mat & kafé, Friggars krog, Vinors krog, Sudersand badrestaurang to mention a few.