There are regulations that limit the right of public access within nature reserves, national parks, and protected areas for animals and plants. The regulations have been drawn up to preserve the valuable natural world that exists within the particular reserve or protected area.
The Archipelago Foundation’s recommendations:
- Maintain a low speed.
- Avoid creating wake and waves that affect moored boats and bathers.
- Do not run dinghy with outboard motor or similar unnecessarily.
- Avoid jet-skiing, water skiing, and other noisy water games.
- There is a shortage of fresh water in the entire archipelago – Do not waste.
Regulations for the Riddersholm nature reserve
In addition to regulations laid down by legislation and various codes, the following actions are forbidden to the general public:
- Destroy or damage rock, soil or stone formations by digging, chopping, blasting, scratching, painting or similar
- Break off branches, fell trees or in any other way damage living or dead trees or bushes, or to otherwise damage vegetation by digging up plants such as brushwood, herbs, mosses or lichens
- Disturb the animal life (by, for example, climbing trees, capturing or killing mammals, birds, reptiles or amphibians)
- Take an unleashed dog into the reserve
- Camp for longer than two consecutive days
- Make fires (other than at authorised locations)
- Ride or cycle at any place other than at designated way
- Park anywhere other than in designated places
- Park a caravan or bring a boat onto land. It is, however, permitted to land a boat within the region of the leisure-boat harbour
- Set up signs, posters or similar, or make inscriptions