|Location||East of Ystad, Sweden|
|Year first constructed||1862|
|Year first lit||1862|
|Tower shape||Conical skeletal iron tower|
|Markings / pattern||Red paint on tower|
|Focal height||31 m|
|Current lens||2° Focal plane lens|
|Range||22 nautical miles (41 km; 25 mi)|
|Characteristic||Fl. (1) 5 s|
Sandhammaren is a Swedish lighthouse, and the name of both a beach and a point east of Ystad in Scania. At first two identical lighthouses were constructed, because it was a risk to mistake this lighthouse with the one on Ertholmene. The flame first ran on colza oil. Later on (1891), one of the lighthouses was put out of service and moved to Pite-Rönnskär in Norrland, at the same time the lamp was transformed to a paraffin lamp. The lighthouse was electrified in 1952.
The Swedish Maritime Administration owns and runs the lighthouse.