For many years, Vittsjö has been a popular destination for people to visit for relaxation and fresh air. It is surround by lakes and forests.
In Ubbalt’s Nature Reserve you will find wonderful nature and well-marked hiking trails.
Beech forest dominates the reserve with trees well over a hundred years old, with rich lava and moss flora. Just on the outskirts of town, you can see the Douglas Fir forest. Just 3 kilometers outside Vittsjö, you can visit Gundrastorp Mill, which was built during the 19th century and declared a historical sight in 1982. Have a picnic lunch along side beautiful Vieån which runs through the mill.
In the village, you can visit the remains of Vittsjö fort and memorial stones that tell of wartime and when King Gustav II Adolf fell through the ice.
On the nose between Pickelsjön and Mellomsjön you will find the place where Vittsjöborg was located. Excavations that took place in 1985-86 revealed that it was a medieval castle and that the castle was built in the 1330s and destroyed by a fire in the 1360s.