Kalmar is located opposite the island of Öland, linked to it by Sweden's longest six-kilometer bridge. Each year in July, a Renaissance Festival takes place there featuring demonstrations of knightly combat, tournaments, and troubadour performances. You will find there colorful houses Swedish call Tripp, Trapp, Trull which means a game of tic-tac-toe.
Characteristic for the area is the Raukar, groups of limestone rocks with unique and intriguing shapes. They were a feature of the film settings of the controversial Ingmar Bergman. The quoted "The Seventh Seal" is the director's most famous film and inspired such filmmakers as Steven Spielberg and Woody Allen.
Apartment 322 Calmar with an area of 46 sqm provides comfortable conditions for relaxation. It is furnished in a style inspired by nature, cozy wood in particular. It includes a fully equipped kitchenette and a seating area with the possibility of preparing an extra bed for two. The Calmar apartment also offers a separate bedroom with a king-size bed and a comfortable bathroom with a shower. The biggest advantage of the room is a large private terrace with a view of the Seaside Landscape Park and the Baltic Sea.
In the apartment, you will find a biography of the controversial Ingmar Bergman.