The eastern coast of Sweden is remarkable for its multiple Medieval villages, red wooden houses and islands.
These old shacks were generally used by fishermen as storage houses.© Daniel Schoenen / age fotostock
The Baltic coast of the provinces of Vasterbotten and Angermanland has been classified a World Heritage Site due to its beauty.© Mikael Svensson / age fotostock
The houses on the shore are often painted in bright and shiny colours, like this fire-engine red© Dagmar Richardt / age fotostock
Sweden's Baltic coast is made up of wide gulfs that descend gently towards the sea and its jagged coastlines© Daniel Schoenen / age fotostock