Foto: Ingrid Karlsson
Stånge Point and North Harbour GPS 58,276810 11,425126
Description of the area Near Lysekil’s north harbour, there is a long beach promenade and a wooden jetty, where you can fish and dock boats. Here you can sit on one of the comfy seats and watch the sun go down in Västerhavet (the Västerhav sea). The picturesque Gamlestan (Old Town) is very close to the north harbour. There are a number of restaurants on the beach promenade. Stånge Point is well worth a visit with its lofty walking trails and bare red granite rocks.
How to get there It is walking distance to Lysekil centre and to the aquarium house. The beach promenade is also part of the Coastal Path. The area can also be reached by bus. The bus stop is ”Norra hamnen” (North Harbour) near the quay. Or why not take a boat? The new pontoon jetty, has guest berths at the far end (depth 4-5 m).
Access details North harbour promenade has lots of seating. A marked edging along the wooden jetty makes things easier for partially sighted people. There is a disabled toilet in the service area of North Harbour and nearby parking for the disabled. The jetty also has a disability friendly docking area with a wheel chair lift and lighting. Stånge Point (Stånge huvud) has a marked disabled P bay and adapted path with lots of seating..
Foto: Lysekils kommun
Published on Jun 5, 2014
The guide shows our Coastal Path in stages, on maps with a scale of 1:50 000. Trails are marked blue, both on the map and on site. Along or...