Located in the North of Sweden, Vidsel is one of the towns that fall within the Arctic Circle. It has been inhabited since the 19th century and today counts a population of just over 500. It is characterized by the vast uninhabited forests that surround it and the Pite river that flows through it, making it the ideal place for those looking to reconnect with nature.
Whether you're visiting in summer or in winter, this is a hiker's paradise with snowshoe trekking available when the snow starts to fall. Those who love water activities will enjoy kayaking down the river, and for something truly local and unique you can't miss out on ice fishing or on seeing the Northern Lights.