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Photo: Bosse Lind

Boskapsö is a small island popular with canoeists, boaters, and campers. A narrow strait separates Boskapsö from the neighboring island of Nämndö. 

The island used to be a pasture island for grazing animals, and it has meadows, cultivated land, untouched forests, and high mountainous regions. Canoeists like to set up their tents for the night on the meadows along the northern point, and the south part of the island has a waste station and a natural harbor suited for larger boats. There is a small shop at Solvik on the island of Nämdö.