Vissefjärda is situated in a district of great natural beauty on the old boundaries between Sweden ond Denmark - the true country of Nils Dacke.
Arriving to Vissefjärda you will see one of Sweden´s most beautiful detached bell-towers, the church stables (now an old homestead museum worth visiting), beautifully situated by the lake Kyrksjön.
In Vissefjärda by the lake Törn you will find Törestorp bathing- and camping site with sanitary facilities now also adapted för the disabled.
Nature lovers have the possibility to fish, with a fishing licence, in the surrounding lakes, hike on marked routes such ax Torsjöleden, canoe on the river Lyckebyån or to golf on the beautifully set 18-hole golf-course of Björketorp.
The exlusive Swedish " Legal Right to Enter Private Woods and Meadows" (Allmansrätten) gives the interested countless opportunities to explore the surroundings.
At the old distillery of Kyrkeby you can experience history. In December 2005 snaps was distilled again for the first time since 1971 when the distillery was shut down. In parts of the old factory exhibitions of kinds are shown troughout the summer. Kyrkeby is a classified historical monument.
A few kilometres from Vissefjärda is the cave where Nils Dacke, the warrior of freedom in the 16th century, hid from King´s soldiers.
At the church stables you will find a wooden reliet called "Dackeland", and by the church a memorial monument raised in the memory of Nils Dacke.
At Antamåla rör a few kilmetres south of Vissefjärda is a huge gathering of stone blocksfromthe ice age.
For those interested in history the old ironworks in Linnefors is well worth a visit.
The "Kingdom of Glass" (Glasriket) is not far from Vissefjärda nor is the countryside where the author WilhemMoberg was born.
A special day in Vissefjärda is the second Saturday in May when the fair takes place.