The lighthouse is the only one of a type known as “Heidenstam” in the Stockholm archipelago, and one of the best preserved in Sweden.
There is a small area of consecrated ground in the northwest with a picturesque bell tower and some graves, surrounded by a stony fence.
There are two “trojeborgar” (labyrinths) north of the cemetery made from beautiful mossy stones. One of them is several hundred years old, and may have been laid by fishermen for ritual purposes.
Southeast of the big house, next to two spruces, are two small giant’s kettles known as “Jättegubbens byxor” (the old man’s trousers).