The last time John and Dela visited us we had enjoyed time at Rotsidan so with the return of warm(ish) weather and the sun we decided to repeat the trip.
This is one of our favourite places to take visitors. It is an intrinsically beautiful place with its broad expanse of flat rocks sloping down into the sea, but it's also a place where you can see most easily the ongoing land rise, caused by the rebound after the last ice-age ended (Isostatic rebound - Wikipedia)
After our picnic here we headed of to Bönhamn, a little to the north, and investigated a flea market, and a restaurant, in the fishing village.
A fun day that left us all happy but tired.