The house is located in the so-called Listerlandet in, a peninsula that juts out between Blekinge and Skåne, in the charming old fishing village Nogersund. In this area there is a lot to feel and experience. A perfect peninsula for those who like to stroll in village centers, walk along the beach, pause in the harbor and take a dip. The house is completely newly renovated and you notice that the owners have a mind for interior design! With a charming style where they have chosen to mix new and old, they have made this house come alive and become really homely and cozy. On the ground floor you have a nice kitchen and a comfortable living room with TV and the bathroom with shower. The stairs to the upper floor are a so-called "Spare stairs" which is quite steep. Here you have six beds, two single beds, a double bed and a sofa bed with space for two. On the large plot there are several places to sit and enjoy the sun! A piece of furniture on the front and one on the back and that there are hammocks and small places to sit on if you prefer to enjoy in the shade.
In several places in the garden you can see all the way down to the sea. Especially on the cozy little balcony that is just outside the bedroom. Here you want to sit with your morning coffee wrapped in your blanket. After that you have only 200 meters down to the sea for a morning dip. In Nogersund is Sweden's largest fishing port, but they have still managed to maintain the genuine atmosphere, with the harbor restaurant Skutan facing the sparkling water and the fishing boats. The village has old traditions and parts of the 19th century buildings still remain. This can be seen, among other things, on the elongated nets of the plots, where they once hung their fishing nets to dry. Here is also Julla's house, a small genuine local history museum, where you can see how a fishing family lived once upon a time. Southwest of the village is Kråkenabben with its beautiful barren nature. On the other side there is a hiking trail through the beech forest towards Listershuvud and Hörvik. In Norgesund, there is also a sauna that guests can use and that in the summer of 2021 they plan to have an emergency shop. There are several cozy coastal villages beyond Nogersund, for example Hällevik. Hällevik is the oldest and most famous of Lister's fishing villages. The village is located by a deep bay, beautifully embraced by the two headlands Björkenabben and Kråkenabben - the latter a well-known orchid and bird place. The old village center has traditional wooden houses and faces the harbor with its well-preserved old stone huts. Here you will find a guest harbor, food and various shops, smokehouses, a fish shop and a harbor restaurant. During the summer, the small art gallery is also open, as well as the handicraft shop and an ice cream café. There is also a charming fishing museum, which provides insight into the village's history. In Hällevik it is close to everything. The nice beach is just a stone's throw away, as is Stiby Backe, for those who crave cooling beech forest and beautiful views. The Blekinge archipelago is rich in good fishing areas and you are also close to Mörrum with salmon fishing. If you want to go out in the archipelago, there are archipelago tours and fishing trips that go out from several places nearby. From Nogersund there are boat trips out to Hanö which is a real archipelago gem! The nearest town is Sölvesborg. In Sölvesborg, nature is always close, regardless of whether you just want to be or get active. Here it is actually not far to anything that is nice. Most are located within a pleasant walking distance or a bike ride away. Here is, among other things, the nature reserve Ryssberget, where one of Sweden's largest beech forests grows and here also Blekingeleden starts. Other nice summer towns to visit that are close are Karlshamn, Ronneby and Kristianstad where you can shop, eat well and stroll around. Welcome to this unique house in beautiful Nogersund!