Within the EU, larger public bathing areas are to be registered as EU bathing sites. All such locations are marked on-site with signs that show the quality of the bathing water.
In Sweden, areas with more than 200 bathers per day on average are included. Swimming areas with fewer than 200 bathers per day have the option of registering as an EU bathing site.
If you are more interested in the latest data on water quality in Sweden's swimming areas, then have a look at our interactive map.
The European Environment Agency also has an interactive map showing the quality of water at EU bathing sites.
When visiting an EU bathing site, you will see a sign that displays the quality of the location's bathing water. The rating is based upon water samples from the four most recent years and can receive one of the following signs:
The European Commission's website contains more information on bathing water in the EU, including annual reports on water quality.