Sweden is the largest country of the Scandinavian peninsula and has land borders with Norway to the west and Finland to the northeast, and it is connected to Denmark by the Öresund Bridge in the south.
Sweden still has relatively large areas of untainted nature, especially in the north. With its endless forests and milder climate, the southern landscape is much friendlier, sloping and fruitful.
Västervik Municipality is named after the city of Västervik (which is also the capital of the municipality) and situated in the Tjust archipelago on the southeast coast of Sweden.
The Loftahammar is a port in the well-known area of Småland on the south east coast of Sweden. The town is situated in a bay in the middle of the exceptionally beautiful Norra Tjust archipelago.