During our week in Sweden, a big goal was to find various and sundry places to swim. For some of us, that meant finding a pier to jump from acrobatically (or not, as the case may be) – for others, we merely needed interesting sea life to gaze at through our sea goggles. We visited a local swimming place on the edge of Grebbestad in a neighborhood called Grönemad and utilized a pier known as Kullgrens Brygga. It seems, from some google-searching I did after-the-fact, to find out the real name of the locale, that our fun was had on what appears to be a private pier. Whoops. We apologize. And we thank you. Perhaps we should not recommend this lovely place to others.