September 2, 2017
Parking in the parking lot before Skanör Harbor, at the nature reserve.
Follow the path over the wetland north towards Skanör's church.
Sea aster blossoms.
North of Skanör's church lies the remains of the medieval castle.
Built in the first half of the 13th century as a seat
for the Danish King's sheriff.
Of the castle's two-story brick house, two moats and a fore castle
there remains a hill and the inner moat.
On the hill there are some remains of the main building.
In the early 1300s, the castle was conquered and burned by the Hanseatic cities.
It was rebuilt again.
After the center of gravity of the sill market was shifted towards
newly built Falsterbohus
it lost in its meaning and was abandoned.
It became a quarry, e.g. to the town hall in the 1770s.
Today is there a wedding.
The groom with entourage
is photographed on the hill
with the sea as a background.
It's Falsetrbo Bird Show this weekend.
Dragon wings are hoop-netted to be shown.
Go over on paths over the meadows to the beach.
Coffee with a dip
Lonely on the beach.
More life is in the harbor.
Fish shop and restaurants.
Sits in the sun behind the pier before returning home.