Grönemad is a tiny town along the Bohuslän Coast of Sweden, a place to stop at on our way to Grebbestad.
The typical granite cliffs of the Bohuslän Coast with the typical tiny vacation houses, roughly the size of a smallish hotel room.Every town on this spectacular coastline has a windmill. Red seems to be the prescribed colour for all the houses, a special Swedish red called Falu. Occasionally buildings appear to be boathouses but most seemed to be vacation homes similar to the itty-bitty cabins crowded by the beach in Falkenberg further south. A rocky island just off the town.Such a picturesque region. Old wooden boat tucked in amongst wild roses at Gronemad.Boating gear in the window.
Decorative boats made out of driftwood.Annotated Google map of our route for our road trip through Sweden’s Bohuslän Coast. The places where we stayed are marked with yellow circles. The route itself is very roughly marked – in reality there were lots of detours and turnarounds.
- More about our trip to Denmark & Sweden in 2018.
- More of Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Tiny Houses.
I would love to stay in one of they tiny houses. 😀 😀
I couldn’t find the actual size but I did find some lovely little places on Air B&B – just big enough for a couple of twin beds, a bathroom and a hob to cook on.
Loving the red houses in Sweden. Wish I could go there one day!
There are so many beautiful fishing villages along the Swedish western coast 🙂
They were a delight to explore and even better, there are dozens we missed when we go back we’ll have lots left to go to.