Kulla Gunnarstorp
castle and nature reserve north of Helsingborg. On the beach strip below the castle is a tidal coastal environment from 200 million years ago. The castle, built in the mid-1860s, is beautifully situated on the slope towards of Öresund.

25 September 2016
Drive towards Domsten, directly left towards Laröd. On the right side leads a road to the castle and a parking. Walk through the gate past the castle from the 16th century surrounded by a moat. Passes the castle. A path goes along the brook south of the castle down to the beach. On the beach strip below the castle is a coastal environment formed of tides 200 million years ago.

South of the stream's stream is the trail after tides. One of the best kept in Scandinavia. Alternating layers of clay and sandstone. The tide caused different grain sizes to be deposited depending on the currents of high and low water. There should also be traces of machine paths. Hard to see. North of the outflow are beautiful rocks. Interesting place.

Eating lunch. Scentless Mayweed bloom. Along the beach is a pine groove. A tree has a lot of inscriptions.

30 August 2008
Kulla Gunnarstorp is a castle north of Helsingborg, between Hittarp and Domsten. The castle, built around 1865, is nicely situated on the slope towards Öresund. The castle is private but the surroundings is a nature reserve with paths, e.g. Skåneleden pass on a path at the seashore. South of the castle is a brook down to Öresund. There is a track along the brook. The forest consist of mainly oak and beech, and some pine groves. From the slope west of the castle is a nice view towards Öresund. Here is a memorial stone of the first nordic bishop meeting 1920. North of the slope is a viewpoint with clearings in the forest towards Öresund.

I took train and bus to Kulla Gunnarstorp. Walked along the brook to Öresund, enjoyed the views from the slope and the view point. Had lunch on a fortress from the second world war. I had not enough time to look at mounds and the old building from the 16th century.