Gotland is the largest island in the Baltic Sea. It has the smallest population of Sweden's counties, 57500. Unlike all other Swedish counties, Gotland is not divided into smaller administrative areas (municipalities). Fårö Island and a few other smaller islands also belong to the county. The main city, Visby, was founded in approximately 1000 AD, and is a UNESCO World Heritage site.
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Municipality of Gotland
Official information from the local governing body.
Baltic Art Center - BAC
International center for contemporary Arts with focus on the Baltic Sea area.
Baltic Centre for Writers and Translators
An international residential centre open for literary professionals. Information and application form.
Gotland Convention Bureau
Non-profit organisation that works to promote the development of Meeting-Place Gotland.
Gotland on Internet
Portal with link collection. Information on travel, events and culture.
Gotland Tourist Association
The official Tourist Agency. Information about travel, accommodation and attractions.
Booking agency selling trips to Gotland, renting cottages, apartments and offering hotel accommodations.
Articles with information about Gotland and links to other websites.
Ingela's Ceramics and Craftshop
Ingela is a potter that lives on the east of Gotland. Here you can see some examples of her work.
Ljugarns semsterby och camping
A family owned resort in Ljugarn with cabins, RV sites and tent sites.
The Medieval Week on Gotland
Annual event in August. Reenactment of the year 1361, including historical plays, music, markets, tournaments.
Visby International Centre for Composers
Work- and meetingplace for composers from the Baltic Sea region and the Nordic countries.
Visby medieval town
About the World Heritage site and the Medieval Week. Photos and some texts.
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