Grebbestad guest harbour

Harbour Depth
2 - 5 m
Spots
180
Nautical charts
934 E
Service
ATM
Boat accessories
Boat lift
Boatyard
Bus stop
Café
Electrical outlets
Engine service
Fresh water
Groceries
Kiosk
Laundry room
LPG
Marine fuel station (diesel)
Marine fuel station (petrol)
Mast crane
Recycling station
Restaurant
Shower
Suction discharge
Toilet
Trailer ramp

The guest dock is located just east of the breakwater at the entrance to the harbour, near the popular “Grebbestadsbryggan” and at Vadskär. The guest harbour is open year-round. Payment can be made through Dockspot or to the harbour host. Upon payment, guests will receive a code granting access to showers, toilets, laundry facilities, and waste bins.

The fishing community of Grebbestad is the largest urban area in the municipality and buzzes with life during the summer months, but it is also a natural gathering point throughout the year. The beautiful boardwalk, adjacent to the bustling guest harbour, creates a lively atmosphere and gives Grebbestad a unique character. Here, you can enjoy shopping, restaurants, outdoor dining, and activities for both young and old. The fishing boats are tightly packed at the T-pier, where 80% of the Swedish shellfish catch is landed. Evert Taube is closely associated with Grebbestad, partly through songs like “En solig morgon i Norra Bohuslän” and partly through the poet’s many visits. You can see a statue of him in the square outside the Infocentre. Don’t miss Greby gravfält with its standing stones and 200 burial mounds, located 2 km away. The rock carvings in Vitlycke, 15 km away, are on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Shop at one of the largest sports stores in the Nordic countries, dine at Sweden’s smallest inn, or explore all the cosy little shops. Nearby, you will also find an indoor swimming pool, mini-golf, and after-beach activities.

In our harbour can you as a guest recycle:
– Glass
– Can and plastic bottles
– Combustible waste

Mooring

Anchoring, Buoy, Broadside

Price information

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