Sunne is located at the narrowest part of lake Fryken, the sound, which gave the place its name.
In the centre, you'll find cosy shops, restaurants, pubs, art galleries, arenas for sports, football and icehockey and much more.
There are three schools (classes 1-6) with pre-schools in the centre, a secondary school (built 2003) and three upper secondary schools.
The church has got the honour of being elected the most beautiful among Swedish churches. Sweden's most scenic railway, Fryksdalsbanan, has a stop in Sunne.
The writer Göran Tunström grew up here and in several of his novels he placed the story in his childhood's Sunne. When here, you'll have the chance to walk in our great writers' footsteps, Selma Lagerlöf's and Göran Tunström's.
The storytelling traditions are very much alive, thanks to, among others, Helene Tursten whose detective stories are best-sellers, and the Västanå Theatre Group with their performances at Berättarladan, Rottneros.
The legendary steam ship Freja af Fryken has got her home port in Sunne.
At the Kolsnäs amusement park, there's a camping site, the Sunne Waterland, adventure golf and a bowling arena. In the summers, dances and concerts are arranged at Kolsnäs and in the Rottneros Park.
The number of walking and biking ways grow all the time, as well as attractive housings. The broadband is being ever more available. A new library is being built. The Idea and Design Centre of Ideum is an enterprise greenhouse and a meeting-place for enterprise, research and education.
The secondary school was built in 2003. A new purification plant was taken in operation in 2007 while the old one is being taken down to give space for new housing estates, a stone's throw from the centre with Sunne's most attractive lake sites.