Pictures from Skåne - Sweden - Kullaberg
Kullaberg is a characteristic view in the northwestern part of Skåne, e.g. from Mölle harbour. From the highest point Håkull (187 meters) is a magnificient view. The rocks fall steeply at several places into the sea. The water has created fascinatings formations, and caves. The cave Silvergrottan (Silver mine) is manmade, since one thought one could find silver. From the old farm Himmelstorpet is a track that lead to the tiny country Ladonia with the sculptures Nimis and Arx. At Himmelstorpet is an ancient monument, dommarring. There are several places where one can bath, e.g. at Ransvik. At the outermost tip is a light house.
There are many tracks. The blue track follow the northern side and is more difficult to walk than the southern red track which partly follows small roads. Between these two tracks are tracks that connect them. The main part of Kullaberg is covered with forest. In the western part is a golf court and pastureland. There are some marches, e.g. the beautifull Håkulls mosse west of Håkull. Mölle mosse is more like a small lake.
The area, which is a nature reserve, can be reached from Mölle, from where one reach the western part with car (entrance fee). From Arild in the east can one reach Himmelstorpet. In the centre, at Björkeröd, is a also parking place. Kullaberg is very popular.
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