The port is located south of Nynäshamn. The port can be approached easy from the south, the entire harbour is deep. There are 7 berths with buoys. Guests have access to toilets, showers, sauna, a washing machine and dryer.
Directly adjacent to the harbour you will find the beautiful unidirectional coastal road Strandvägen, locally known as Ringvägen (the Ring Road).
Strandvägen was built in connection with the Olympic sailing events in 1912 and is now a popular walking area for lovers of the great outdoors. If you would like to exercise you will find eleven fitness station placed along the road. There are several spots suitable for bathing, either from the pebble beaches or from the beautiful rocky slopes.
At Oscarsberget you can see inscriptions by Oscar II and Karl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia. Next to the inscriptions you will find remains from the ice age - a pothole that consists of a circular cavity in solid rock that was eroded by flowing and swirling water with loose particles. On the opposite side you will find a bridge that connects the island Trehörningen to the mainland. On this island you will find Nynäs Havsbad with its spa, hotel and restaurant. Trehörningen has many beautiful turn of the century villas. Do not forget to make a visit to the old water tower in the woods just off Nynäs Havsbads hotel. From here you can see both the beautiful archipelago of the open sea horizon.
On the mainland, a short walk from the inscriptions, you will find the homestead museum and a restaurant.
Nynäshamn's guest harbour with several restaurants, smoked fish, harbour sheds and a long breakwater is located about 15 minutes walk north of the Nynäshamns SS Fagerviken.