How to get here

It is easy to get to Sjöröd. The site is located at Lake Gyllebo´s northern shore, just outside Östra Vemmerlöv which in turn is outside Gärsnäs and Simrishamn. Here you will find driving directions.

By car
From Malmö: Take route 11 towards Simrishamn. Shortly before Gärsnäs you take to the left toward Östra Vemmerlöv. Pass through Östra Vemmerlöv. Before the forest on your left you will find the signposted entrance to Sjöröds camp area.

From Lund: Go to Dalby and connect with the road 11, then follow directions above.

From Höör/Hörby: Follow route 13 south towards Ystad. Connect to the Sjöbo road 11 and follow directions above.

From Landskrona: We recommend driving through Lund.

From Kristianstad: Follow road 19 towards Ystad. In Brösarp you turn left and follow the road 9 to Simrishamn. When you come to Rörum you turn right into the Rörum Byaväg and follow the road and then turn right towards Östra Vemmerlöv. The road is called Gamla Vemmerlövsvägen. After 4.5 km you will find the signposted entrance to Sjöröd's camp site.

Link to online interactive map Tip: Click on the flag at the entrance and then select "Get directions to here". This gives you a personalized driving directions from your location to Sjöröd.

By Public Transport
To Sjöröd you can go by train and bus almost the whole way. Since the camp site is located in the middle of the forest, you will have to walk from the nearest bus stop.

Skånetrafiken (opens in new window) runs all the buses and trains that take you to Sjöröd. Nearest bus stop is called Gyllebo sea and is located two kilometers from the camp site. The bus that goes there called 574 and leaving Simrishamn's Station, where you can take Pågatågen from Malmö and Ystad, and the express bus from Lund and Kristianstad. Regardless of whether you travel by train or bus to Simrishamn, the journey by bus 574 is always included in the price.

If you have not previously traveled with Skånetrafiken, you may want to know that tickets for Pågatågen must be purchased before boarding the train. Tickets are purchased from vending machines at the stations.