Two campsites have become one.

Träslövsläges Familjecamping and Södra Näs Camping have now merged and together we form one of the largest camping grounds in Sweden – Läjets Camping.

You’ll find our camping a few kilometres south of Varberg, in the picturesque little fishing village that is colloquially called Läjet. We have 19 cottages and almost 770 camping pitches, of which 280 have got water and drainage. We also have two restaurants, which offer entertainment during peak season. We have the ”Kotte club” for the younger guests and quite a lot of treats for the four-footed friends. Dogs even have a menu of their own in the restaurant.

So regardless of whether you’re old or young, man or dog – Welcome to the campsite in Läjet!

Good to know…

THE BEACH
…is approx. 500 meters away following a path through a cluster of holiday cottages and a meadow. There is a cycle path which is slightly further.

SAUNA
…is vailable on site. Rent it at the reception.

OUR KIDS CLUB,
Kotteklubben, welcomes your children to organized activities such as water fights, treasure hunts, mini golf tournaments, crafts, bouncy castles etc.

BALLGAMES
…are only permitted in designated areas outside of the campsite. They are not permitted between the caravans!

THE LEVEL CROSSING GATE
…is closed between 11 p.m. and 7 a.m. If you wish to enter the campsite during these times, bring your service card, which works as a key.

LOST AND DAMAGED.
The campsite is not responsible for damage to or loss of the property of our guests. Vandalism of fixed buildings, utility connections, land or the property of other guests will be paid for by the guest. Cards/bracelets/keys lost will be charged.

THE BUS.
A bus timetable can be found at www.hlt.se or in the reception. The nearest bus stop is called “Kuragård”.

CYCLING.
Show consideration when cycling on the campsite. During peak season, there are bikes for rent at the recep- tion. Helmets are included and there are high chair at an additional charge.

DEEP SEA FICHING
…is free; otherwise a permit is required.

GAS BOTTLES.
We do not exchange gas bottles at the campsite. How- ever, we cooperate with Preem in Varberg. Handle gas bottles with care. The guest is responsible for making sure that gas connections have been tested and approved according to current regulations.

TO BARBECUE
…is only permitted in a grill. Open fires on the ground are not permitted. Always keep a can of water nearby! Vessels for
the use of ready made charcoal can be found at the recycling.

LAWN MOVER
…is available in the storage room opposite the workshop (marked I on the map). You need your own power cord for the electric lawnmowers.

HANDICAP.
There is handicap friendly showers and toilets in 4 of our service buildings (marked on the map).

DEFIBRILLATORS
…is available in reception. Several members of staff have been trained in the use of defibrillators.

PETS. Keep your pet on a leash. Dogs must be walked outside of the campsite. There is a dog shower in the large service building (marked on the map). The dog park is free to use but please do not enter if agility training is underway. The track is booked in reception. Remember that dogs can get injured on the track and that the campsite does not pay for any vet bills in case of injuries.

INTERNET.
To gain access to our wireless network which works all over the campsite you will need a code that is available at reception.

URGENT MATTERS.
We can be reached by phone 24 hours a day for urgent matters.

CREDIT CARDS.
The shop, the reception and the restaurant accept credit cards.

ICE PACKS
…can be bought in the shop or exchanged in the freezer located in the kitchen in the large service building (marked B on the map).

SHEETS
…can be rented in the reception on arrival or at the time of booking.

PLAYGROUND, PETANQUE COURT AND SOCCER FIELD
…is available at the large green space to the north of the campsite. The boules court is located at the west end of the campsite and playgrounds in the middle of the campsite by the reception. Play and have fun but between midnight and 7 a.m., there must be peace and quiet on the campsite.

TRAFFIC.
We ask that motorized traffic be kept to a minimum on site. Max. speed 10 km/h. Motorized traffic is prohibited between 11 p.m. to 7 a.m.

PEACE AND QUIET.
There must be peace and quiet on site at all times, but especially between midnight and 7 a.m. In case of disturbance at night, always inform reception. The campsite management, security guards or police are authorized to turn guests away.

PARKING SPACE.
In addition to your own parking space, there are several car parks on site.

POLICE.
The nearest police station is located in the centre of Varberg. For non-urgent matters, call 114 14.

POST BOX.
A yellow post box can be found to the left by the road outside of the campsite.

FREE HEALTH CARE ADVICE
…is available 24/7 by ringing 1177.

SOS.
In case of emergency call 112.

FOR TAXI,
call +46(0)340-165 00

TENNIS COURT
…is available on site. Can be rented in the reception.

TV.
There is a TV in the kitchen of the service building and the remote control can be collected from the reception.

RENT / BORROW.
In the reception, there is a selection of activity items to rent/borrow. There are bicycles, segways, walking poles, spillikins, kubb, balls, rackets, etc.

SECURITY GUARDS.
There are security guards at the campsite during the season who can be reached on the emergency number. Week 28-31, the campsite is guarded by a security guard at night. At all other times, the night guards can be reached at the reception telephone number.

MINIMUM AGE.
The minimum age for checking in at the campsite is 18 or be accompanied by an adult.