Olandsbron is a bridge connecting the mainland with Öland in southeastern Sweden, near the town of Kalmar. It is a very impressive 6 kilometres long (until 1998 it was the longest bridge in Europe) and the first part of the bridge rises in height so that boats can pass under the bridge deck. The height between the water surface and the bridge is 36 metres.

Just a short walk from this bridge is a footbridge connecting the mainland to the island Svinö, whichwhich is a smaller version of the Olandbron Bridge.