Gällnö is an island in the central archipelago with lovely beaches, protected natural harbours and a well-preserved agricultural landscape. At Gällnö, there are red wooden sheds, boat houses and homesteads under the shade of knotty old apple trees.
Here you will find a country shop, a hostel, cabins, a popular bar and a well-stocked café, and the smallest hotel in the archipelago with only one room! Torsviken bay has a natural harbour, a tenting area, and a sandy beach. A small strait separates the island from the neighbouring Karklö, but you can grab an island-hopping rowboat to get across. Karklö also has an active agricultural farm with farm animals.