Lysekil church was built in 1901by Adrian Peterson. The granite which it is built is hewn by hand and winched up into place. The tower is 63 metres high and the spire rises 95 metres above sea level, which means that the church also functions as a navigation mark.
This place is like Singapore's Underwater World. Have not been here though, but will make it a point to go here sometime.
Openinghours & prices
10.00 am - 16.00 pm
Adults: 70 SEK
Children: 35 SEK
A salt water aquarium with lots of life from the surrounding sea. Located just by the sea, it offers a unique chance to get to know the life under the surface.
At the top of the aquarium, an outdoor cafe with view over the bay is a great place to stop and eat.
This place is an absolute must see. It is not too well known though, but the scenery is breathtaking.