Häringe-Hammersta consists of two peninsulas separated by the bay Landfjärden. Hammersta, located in Nynäshamn, is an old manor house landscape with alternating croplands, pastures and broadleaved mixed forest.
At Byholmen, the botanically interested can find woodruff, Nässelklocka and Lobaria pulmonaria, among other things. The animal and bird interested will find numerous species of birds and plenty of wildlife. The small river, Muskån, a stream with native trout strain runs through the area.
In addition to beautiful scenery, you can feel the history as it was on Ådafjärden one of history's most important battle between the Christians and Norse men occurred year 1007. The area has an extensive road and path network that makes it easy to get around. The Fruberg cave, you will find up the slope beside the road. To get to the most species-rich woodland area you go south from the caves to Dalkulla, then turn to the northeast. Remember not to go too close to houses.
The reserve is managed by the Archipelago Foundation.
How to get here by car:
To Häringe and Hammersta you can get by car by route 73 but lots of roads in the areas are closed for car traffic.
How to get here by public transport:
Commuter train from Stockholm to Västerhaninge, then bus 847 (travel time 51 min) to Häringe gates or Hammersta (travel time 56 min).
For timetable, see www.sl.se
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