"Rocky & rough ocean bath with views of picturesque fishing village"
Tussan is a cliff bath located just northwest of the town Arild. It is mainly visited by locals and divers. Among the natural cliffs is an artificial rock pool to facilitate entering the water, waters here can be rough. The pool has ropes to hold on to and ladders. Seaweed is abundant. Look out for slippery, sharp and submerged rocks. The setting is beautiful with views of Arild town with houses spread out over the rocky hills overlooking the water. Close to this beach you can go trekking and exploring the numerous caves along the coast west of the beach. There is also a mini marina and small ships and boats pass by. On the beach is traditional fishing equipment. There is also a concrete bunker that once was part of a 500km defense line running along the Swedish coast.
Note: dogs should be on the beach between 15th of May and 15 of September. Fishing is prohibited. Always check with the local tourist office before trekking to ensure trails are in good condition.