Gröthögarna
between Torekov and Hov's hallar. A coastline with coastal meadows and shingle fields with a burial field consisting of eight graves from the Bronze Age.

April 26, 2018:
Have stayed at Margretetorp guesthouse overnight. Breakfast. Then drive to Gröthögarna between Torekov and Hov's hallar. A coastline with coast meadows and shingle fields with a grave field consisting of grave cairns. From the road between Hov and Torekov, a narrow asphalt road leads to the coast. In the end there is a parking.

Crossing the beach beds between the stone fields, sometimes over them. Following the last bit Skåneleden. The forecast says rain showers, we do not see them. It's only a few kilometers to the grave cairns. Soon we are there. Eight graves from the Bronze Age. Has been used as graves several times. Some look deformed, someone has a pit on the top. They have been used as quarries.

Going north to the north. See swan, gravel and beach skate. Pause lay behind a fort in the Per Albin line from World War II. A brook flows into the sea. Further north there is a parking and major road. Even better drive down there.

Drive to Torekov for lunch. Everything closed. Stays at Hov's church. At the church there are some burial mounds and erected stones.

Drive home. Buying cake and bread at the bakery center in Munka-Ljungby. The kitchen at Skäralid has closed but we can get a strawberry and rhubarb pie. Good. In the woods there is something white. It has hailed.

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