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Möja is easily reached by ferry from Stockholm, and is popular with visitors as a foodie heaven, for the cafes, restaurants, hostels and food stores...the local speciality is strawberries.  Before the 19th Century there weren't any permanent settlements on the island, it was just used to grow things - including fields of strawberries.  There was plenty of fishing and hunting happening on the island pre 19th Century as well, but there are remains of ancient human habitation in the marshes and under the island's pale cliffs.  

Written by  Emilie Stokes.

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