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Borrby Strand 2010
Borrby Strand 2010 | Photo: Charlotta Wasteson (CC BY 2.0)
Mini-Map of Sweden with marker at Simrishamns Kommun

Borrby Strand

Bathing beach near Borrby

Borrby Strand is a kilometre-long sandy beach on the coast of the municipality of Simrishamns Kommun. The beach is located about five kilometres southeast of the village of Borrby in a small residential area also called Borrby Strand.

The sand of the bathing beach is one of the finest in southern Sweden and the entire beach line stretches for a good 12 kilometres from Borrby Strand in the north to Löderups Strandbad in the south. A section of this beach line is part of Sandhammarens Naturreservat, a popular nature reserve where you can also find the lighthouse Sandhammarens Fyr.

Visiting Borrby Strand

On nice days, you may not be alone during your visit. The beach is often crowded, which is also due to the adjacent campsite, whose campers also use the beach. Fortunately, the beach is not only very long, but also very wide, giving you plenty of space to yourself.

At the beach you will find toilets and usually also the possibility to play beach volleyball. The parking lot is about 400 metres away on Granhyddevägen.

276 35 Borrby
55°26′7.56″N 14°14′15.5″E

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