"One of Swedens most famous beaches - campsite life to its fullest"
Böda sand is... one of the most famous beaches as well as camp sites in Sweden. If you want to experience full on camping life Swedish style this is the place to go. Prepare for crowds, lots of children, street food and people of all kinds. There is a large amount of amenities, most at cost, including a spa and a waterland (heated swimmimgpool) with waterslides and a pirate ship. The beach itself is composed of finegrained light sand is bordering very shallow water that shift in color between blue and light turquoise. It is part of the longest stretch of sand on Öland (20km!). Sea bottom is soft and sandy, rippled by calm waves. There is a floating jetty in the water. The setting is natural in all directions. Low sand dunes dressed in grass and at some distance inland pineforest line the beach. For calmer beaches along the same bay you may visit Lyckesand, Homrevet and Fagerrör beaches all towards the north. Southwards the beaches are also calmer (in terms of crowd). You may check out Böda riviera and Bödagården.
In a northwards direction you may also visit Böda Sand, Lyckesand, Homrevet and Fagerrör beaches. They all have their characteristic features so go ahead and find your favorite among them :).The finegrained light sand is bordering very shallow water that shift in color between blue and light turquoise. It covers a soft sandy sea bottom rippled by calm waves. The setting is natural in all directions. Low sand dunes dressed in grass and at some distance inland deciduous forest line the beach. This is a calm section of the Böda bay - See more at: http://loveforbeaches.com/beaches/bodagaarden#sthash.G5FjvRsa.dpuf