There is a plenty to discover when you stay at
Sycklinge. Make for instance excursions to Palaces worthwhile visiting
in the area, for example Engsö or Grönsöö Palace
which are situated near Enköping. Have a day trip out to Skokloster
Castle in Bålsta or Gripsholms Palace in Mariefred.
Walk or cycle down to lake Mälaren
for a dip on a warm summers day. There are two fine beaches
roughly four kilometers distance away from Sycklinge. Bredsand
is a large beach with diving tower and jetties. There is a kiosk,
crazy golf and a restaurant. A camping site is situated right
beside. Koffsan is a slightly smaller beach which is green and
leafy. Many families find their way there to swim and play.
Enköpings many beautiful parks. Bring a map and walk
around by yourself among all the parks, take a guided tour or
ride on the park model train.
rich in historic sites. Nearby Sycklinge you can find several
rock engraving sites like Hemsta, Rickeby and Brandskogsskeppet.
Cycle on the Mälar
valley way or hike on the Upplands way, both pass by at a comfortable
A nice day trip is to go
to the viking village Birka on Björkö, Swedens first
town and named on Unescos world heritage list. Boat trips
out to the island go from Härjarö.
Go on an elk safari at Gårdsjö
elk park which lies north of Enköping in Heby.
Weather permitting there are possibilities to both ski in
fine trails and cross-country skate on ploughed tracks on
The ski bus goes every Saturday from Enköping to Romme
Alpin during the winter.
According to tradition Michaelmas is celebrated, a one day
autumn market, in Örsundsbro.
Many Christmas fairs are arranged at Christmas.
Antique shows in Enköping have become regular highlights.
The surroundings consist of open low-lying agricultural
countryside and forest. In the village there are graveyards which
have been used from the bronze age to early iron age.
In Vallby village lies Vallby church,
which was built during the late medieval age.
Härkeberga church, which lies
about 20 km away, is from the 14th century and is famous for its
ceiling paintings by Albertus Pictor.