Stromstad ferry port in Sweden connects you with Sandefjord in Norway with a choice of up to 42 ferry crossings per week. The duration of the Stromstad to Sandefjord crossing is from 2 hours 30 minutes and the crossing is operated by Fjord Line & Color Line.
Stromstad is a small city on the northwest coast of Sweden, laying close to the Norwegian border. The only ferry route connects Sweden with Norway, with crossings to Sandefjord on the southeast coast of the country, typically lasting around 2 hours 30 minutes.
Laying home to just over 6000 people, Stromstad has a size and atmosphere that belies its city status. The town exudes a sleepy vibe for much of the year, affording the perfect setting for a leisurely afternoon browsing the independent stores or enjoying a cup of coffee at one of the charming cafes. In the summer, when the sun shines down on the quaint houses and narrow streets, the energy grows into a lively coastal city; Nordby Shopping Centre hosts a wide range of shops, selling a variety of clothing and antiques.
For those that prefer a more active experience, Daftoland Theme Park provides a fulfilling family day out. The rides, accompanied by a friendly atmosphere and refreshment stands, often prove to be the highlight of Stromstad.
Considering the small size, most choose to walk around the city.
Stromstad is approximately 164 km from Gothenburg. Take route E6 from Gothenburg and follow the signs to Oslo and Stromstad. The ferry terminal is located in Torksholmen which is only few minutes walk from Stromstad city centre.
Torskholmen, 452 31 Strömstad
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