Lilla Karlsö is a small Swedish island in the Baltic Sea, situated about 3 km (1.9 mi) west of Gotland and 4.5 km (2.8 mi) from Stora Karlsö. It has an area of about 1.6 km2 (0.62 sq mi) and is 66 m (217 ft) high. Most of the island consists of a limestone plateau. Parts of the shoreline is bordered by steep cliffs. The island is mostly covered by alvar. There is also some very old broadleaf forest, which is unique for Gotland. There are several caves and up to 16 m (52 ft) high limestone pillars.
1Part of Bro and Duss 2Part of Dalhem and Hallvide 3Part of Eskelhem and Bringsarve 4Part of Klinte and Follingbo norra and Klinte and Follingbo södra 5Part of Hablingbo and Medebys 6Part of Levide and Skinnarve 7Part of Lummelunda and Etebols 8Part of Sanda and Lekarve 9Part of Sylfaste and Lere 10Part of Ansarve and Tofta 11Part of Västergarn and Stora Mafrids