Gullmar Fjord is situated on the northern side of Goteborg. One can say that it is at the very tip of Denmark and directly northeast. The Gullmar Fjord enters the western side of seaboard between the town of Lysekil and Langgaps udde. It stretches in the northeast direction into the Swedish countryside. It moves on till the Bjornholmen islands, where the Gullmar Fjords
then breal and move in three directions.
Gullmar Fjord borders Lysekil, a small town, that is world famous for its beautiful scenery, superb boating clubs and numerous small rocky islands. These fjords of Sweden have become particularly popular ever since the discovery of excessive nitrogen levels in the water.
The record of the presence of Holocene dinoflagellate cyst in Gullmar Fjord points to the evidence that there were two main dinoflagellate communities within the fjord for the past 85 years at least. These communities may have their beginning with the history of cultural eutrophication within the area.
Nevertheless, it is no surprise to see thousands of tourists and locals coming to these fjords of Sweden to cater to their adventurous sides and feast their eyes on the scenic beauty around them.