Kosterhavet National Park
Sweden’s highest marine biodiversity is found in Kosterhavet National Park, on the country’s west coast bordering Norway. Strongly influenced by the Atlantic Ocean, the species you’ll find here are simply too diverse for words.
Kosterhavet National Park Attractions
Aside from the 6000 marine species, 200 of them are unique to the region, making it quite the challenge as far as conservation efforts go. Tourism and a thriving working society keep this place going. The landscape alone is a marvel to appreciate and the people are some of the friendliest you’ll ever find. An interesting point to note is the high salinity of the Koster Fjord where conditions make it ripe for the existence of larvae, brachiopods, sponges and so on.