Dating back from the dating from 1582, Hudiksvall is a charming small fishing town located on the Swedish Coast. The town's heritage is visible in the typical fishermen's cottages along the Strommingssundet Sound, the well-preserved wooden buildings of the Fiskarstan, and the town's area around Lilla Kyrkogatan. Hudiksvall's municipality has breathtaking nature lying by the sea with a fantastic archipelago, deep forests, lakes and blue mountains. It also has a rich cultural life with theatre shows and exciting exhibitions at the Halsingland museum. Hudiksvall area also houses many magnificent Halsingland farmhouses that are part of its living cultural heritage.