Stenskär - island in Piteå archipelago
The quiet, sparkling lagoon at Stenskär attracts many visitors with its long sandy beach. The island also has a rich bird life, archaeological remains of old labyrinths and far into the creak there is a picturesque fishing village with redpainted, fishermen's cottages.
It should be remembered that Stenskär is part of a nature reserve, which means that visitors should show respect for nature while here. Fishing enthusiasts can make their way to the Sound between Lill- and Stor-Leskär to find excellent grayling.
On Stenskär is a labyrinth - it's significance is unknown, but they appear in the Norrland coast. Perhaps they were built to bring luck to the men fishing.
- Activities: swimming
- Camping and cottage: chemical toilet
- General facilities: fireplace, sauna, windbreak
- Harbour facility: guest harbour
- Nature and terrain: nature reserve(Bondöfjärdens), skerries