on the island Öland in the Baltic Sea. The
village Kastlösa lays at the border of the
famous "Great Alvaret". It is a small community
in the western part
of the southern island. Here lives a mixture of true islanders,
farmers, handicrafters, painters, nature lovers and bird-watchers.
The soil is very fertile and cereal, onions,
beans, rape, potatoes and strawberries are cultivated.
year of 2000, the whole of southern Öland from Färjestaden southwards was included in the
UNESCO World Heritage List and in 2002 Kastlösa
was elected "Öland Village of the Year".