The Nääs estate and manor lies just east of Floda. The first documented mention of Nääs is in a royal letter dated October 3, 1529. The Nääs oak meadows next to the manor is a nature preserve established in 2002. The reason is that the special fauna that exists in connection with century old oaks is unique in Europe.
You can walk with or without a baby carriage and experience places with such interesting names as the Hermit Cave, the Royal Boulder, the Eagle Aerie and the Canon Point. Next to the manor house stands Sweden’s largest beech tree with a 7.5 meter circumference. You can also enjoy lunch or a coffee break at the manor. Another possibility is to combine your visit to the oak meadows with a walk on the Floda-Nääs Lake Promenade.
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Take exit 89 from route E20 towards Nääs. Follow the signs to the manor. There are several parking lots available.