Bjuröklubb is a beautiful nature reserve with a long history. There were temporary settlements here in the Bronze Age, and in the mid-1850s Bjuröklubb was the base for no fewer than 52 fishing boat crews.
There was a community of fishermen, pilots, lighthouse men and customs officers, as well as a chapel, school and shop, until the 1940s. Nowadays, Bjuröklubb is a nature reserve of national interest, a great example of the unique nature and culture of the Västerbotten coast, with everything from rock carvings and shingle beaches to enormous, inviting sand dunes. There are a number of footpaths and an archaeological trail in the nature reserve. The lighthouse – dating back to 1859 and still in its original condition – can be seen on the cliff top at Bjuröklubb. A ramp 250 metres long leads up to the lighthouse. The lighthouse can be rented year-round for events and overnight stays. Adapted for visitors with motor disabilities.