Address: Slottsallén, 294 31 Sölvesborg
The yellow, stately Sölvesborgs Castle is a historic, exciting place. Here there was for centuries a rustic fortress with moats and towers, which alternately belonged to Sweden and Denmark.
Today's Castle, or the corps de logi, built in the early 1800's beside the the remnants of the old castle site. Along with stone barracks and manager's house, which are also declared as monuments, forming this courtyard houses a mansion facility designed as a near fyrlängad farm facility of Southern Swedish type, with a farmhouse separated from the farm buildings by a high wall and surrounded by a garden park with high trees and lawns.