Sweden, better for snowboarding than surfing, but with some luck and patience you'll find something rideable Climate in Sweden : Sweden has a typically continental climate with a moderate to large range in temperatures between summer and winter. Most of the Norrland has a long winter of seven months with cold temperatures and a hot summer of less than three months while Skane in the south has a cold winter of two months and a summer of more than four months. Average annual precipitation is heaviest in the southwest at 580 mm (23 inches) while the average for Lapland in the northwest is only 300 mm (12 inches) and most rainfall north of Stockholm is snow. Average temperature ranges in Stockholm are from -5 to -1 degrees Celsius (23 to 30 degrees Fahrenheit) in February to 4 to 22 degrees Celsius (57 to 72 degrees Fahrenheit) in July.
Coastline: 3,218 km
Surfing in Sweden
Total Sweden Surf spots: 14
Total Sweden Surf pictures: 13
For surf spot info, use the map of the Surf spots in Sweden above, if you have any questions related to surfing in Sweden use the Sweden surfing forum below to ask your questions.