Sävö is situated about one hour from Stockholm, by car.
• Go E4 south (Helsingborg) and get off at exit 138, direction Trosa/Studsvik Vagnhärad.
• Turn right after 2.4 km, Stationsvägen.
• Turn left after 3.3 km, towards Studsvik.
• Turn left after 6.6 km, towards Källvik.The road ends at the wharf.
If you arrive from Nyköping take E4 towards Stockholm and get off at exit 138. Then follow the directions above. It will take you about 40 minutes from Nyköping to Källvik. If you have a GPS – the setting “Källviksvägen 1 Västerljung” will take you to the wharf.
From Källvik to Sävö
During the summer the hostel runs boat trips to Sävö every day depending on when their guests arrive. Call them in advance for a ticket. With a canoe or kayak it will only take you ten minutes from Källvik.
If you don’t succeed in finding a transportation – get in touch with us on Sävö gård and we will try to help you.
Moor your boat
You can moor your boat in Boholmsviken on the east side of Sävö – facing Källvik. There is a sign “Boholmsviken” showing where to get in to the jetty. If there is a flatboat by the jetty at the moment feel free to moor beside it. Boholmsviken is marked on the map of Sävö:
The Sävö map
In the southeastern part of Svartviken, the small bay just to the north of Boholmsviken, there are steel rings in the rock where you can moor the boat and stay overnight.
You can also use the visitor jetty in Djupviken – on the northern part of the island. The jetty is marked on the map but without name. It is the only jetty on the northern part of the island though. If it is not too crowded you can stay overnight.
On the island you can also moor the boat at the guestpier by the hostel to the south of the island. Note that the wooden deck is only allowed for the hostel.