Flatenbadet is located in southeastern Stockholm. There is a beach that can be found at Lake Flaten. It is Stockholm's largest open-air swimming pool. Even the neighborhood of which the beach is called Flaten is undeveloped. The lake is considered to be one of the cleanest lakes in the Stockholm region.


History of Flatenbaden

The Flatenbad plant was opened in 1934, June 23. The buildings at Flatenbad were designed by an architect named Paul Hedqvist. He has also been an architect for other major buildings such as Skatteskrapan, Bromma Airport and the DN House for a few examples. He designed the entrance building with Flatenbad text on the roof. The actual beach is 1,200 meters long and there is a sandy area which is 18,000 square meters. It is expected that it will take place in the round throwing about 15,000 guests. There is a jump tower and several bathing bridges along the beach. Between 1935 and 1978, there was a bath bus from Stockholm to the beach, in order to want the Stockholm children to come out for an open-air life and have the opportunity to enjoy bath and nature as well as get the fresh and fresh air . During the 1950s it was not uncommon for around 2,000 children a day to swim. The ages of the children lasted between five and fifteen years. One had swimming lessons and the kids could get bull and milk.



  • Large cottage with family room
  •  Kitchen and bedroom with six bed
  • Fully equipped kitchen with running water, dishwasher, microwave, fridge and freezer.
  • Fireplace
  • Sleeper cabin with four rooms and twenty beds distributed: 4 + 4 + 6
  • Sauna
  • Barbeque
  • Canoes
  • Wheelchair ramps are located at the main house.