Lunch and relax area

What is it?!

Shibari camp is a summer camp in Bohuslän on the west coast of Sweden. With it's beautiful surroundings and cosy atmosphere it gives a unique setting for an unforgettable week. Regardless if you spend time in workshops, tying, sunbathing in the garden or just hanging out (pun intended) you will bring beautiful memories back home. It is also close to several local tourist sites, including one of Europes oldest, still active rope making factories. It's not just the teaching, or the relaxed atmosphere. Nor is it just the beautiful surroundings or the cosy venue. It's all of it combined that makes Shibari camp the won't-miss-it-for-the-world event for a lot of rope nerds all over Europe. So make room in you schedule and join in. A fresh beginner or a seasoned roper makes no difference.

The venue

The camp consists of three houses located in a U-formation, which provides a separate and secluded courtyard with a large glassporch, sweeping lawn and barbecue area. The main building houses a large dining room, a lounge with sofas and fireplace, kitchen, two bathrooms, two bedrooms and a two-part sessionsrum. In the cellar there is a dungeon forprivate sessions. The large housing facility has eight 4-bed room and the annex contains two bedrooms and two newly renovated shower room with toilets. All in all, there are 13 bedrooms with 50 beds. If agreed, private caravans / motorhomes may be parked in the yard to be used as accommodations. Enjoy the popular wood-fired bath with its beautiful lighting. It can accommodate up to 10 people. It is a wonderful experience to sit and hang out here beneath the starry summer sky! Take a stroll in the beautiful Bohuslän nature, sunbathe and relax on the lawn, or socialize on the glass veranda and get to know each other. The farm is located just 10 minutes´ walk from the sea, offering two wonderful beaches - asecluded bay with rocks and a shallow beach with both sand and rocks. There are several nice places to visit within a few mile radius. By car you can easily go to Sotenkanalen, Kungshamn and picturesque Smögen. Or why not take a full day´s excursion to Vitlycke (Tanum) with rock carvings, one of the World Heritage sites?

Getting here by car

From the south: Take E6 north towards Uddevalla Oslo.
From the north: Aim for Gothenburg
Take exit 101 from E6, road 162 (171). Look for signs with: Lysekil, Kungshamn, Smögen, Nordens Ark, Hunnebostrand.
After about 6 km the road forks. Take a right on to road 181 towards Smögen and Kungshamn.
A few kilometers down the road it forks again. Turn left towards Smögen and Kungshamn.
Pass straight through a round about by "Nordesns Ark" 
After 4,3 km you will find a strawberry plantation called "Rödgubben". On the opposite side of the road there is a small road, the signs reads "Stensjö 2" and "Butiken på landet".
Follow that road about 900 meters, then the signs "Fodenäs 1" and "Stenjsö lägergård". Take that road, down hill about 300 meters.
Then, on your left. A big red house with white details and a small sign "Fritidsgården"