Vadstena's pitch is on the other side of the moat opposite the guest harbour. The motorhomes are located in an area directly at the Vättern.
Main season weeks 18-35
Pitch with electricity: 225: -
Pitch without electricity: 195:-
Low season weeks 36-17
Pitch with electricity: 180:-
Pitch without electricity: 150:-
Payment by bank/credit card at the pay machine of the boat filling station next to the parking space. If this does not work, please call +46-143-621 600.
You can also pay with Swish (Swedish smartphone payment system) if the payment machine is out of order. Indicate the number of nights and the car registration number in the payment message. The Swish number is 123 4051 710.
The pitches can NOT be booked. Drop-in applies.
If you have any questions about the pitches, call Vadstena Castle at +46-143-621600. Monday to friday 10-16.
The pitches cannot be booked.
If you have any questions regarding toilets, sorting of recycled waste, restaurants in town, guided tours of Vadstena Castle and more, please contact Vadstena Castle at +46-143-621600.
If you have any questions about the vacuum cleaner, please call +46-143-41 35 00.
If you have any questions about emptying the latrines, please call +46-11-14 96 40.
Hopefully you will enjoy the bold pitch!
Subject to change without notice.
The site att the port of Borghamn is open again.
Price: 200 kr/night with electricity and access to shower, toilet and self-catering kitchen in Borghamn Strand, payable by Swish or with card at Borghamn Strands reception. The sites are bookable. +46-13-81 00 00.
Borghamns pitches are located in a cultural-historical and listed area on the northern edge of the Omberg, where limestone is quarried since 1100. Stone from Borghamn was supplied for the construction of many famous buildings in Sweden, such as the monastery church in Vadstena and the fortress of Karlsborg. Stone processing (limestone and marble) is still Borghamn's most important industry.
The harbour and the buildings and facilities in the harbour area were created during the heyday of the quarry, when the Göta Kanalbolaget (Göta Canal Company) established the harbour and the Crown Labour Corps set up a prison.
During the summer months there are guided tours in the harbour area and the old quarry.
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