Lighthouse near Smygehamn
Smygehuks Fyr is an old lighthouse west of the small town Smygehamn and stands just a few hundred meters away from Smygehuk, Sweden's southernmost point.
The lighthouse is a 17-meter-high steel construction from 1883 and was in operation as the official navigation mark until 1975. Since 2001 it lights up again and serves mainly as a guide to boaters. During the summer months Smygehuks Fyr is open for free visit and you can climb to enjoy the great view over the sea.
The cottage next to the tower, where the foghorn was previously housed, is often used for small art exhibitions and in the former home of the lighthouse keeper is a small Vandrarhem.