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Skåneleden Skanörs Ljung


The Falsterbo Peninsula - an amazing nature experience

The sea, the sand and the wide open spaces on Skåne’s southwestern point makes hiking here an amazing experience. There is no less than eleven nature reserves in the area. Read more below and get inspired!

Photo: Nina Hammarberg

Meet nature on Måkläppen

Autumn is making an entry. A chill wind blows over the sea. Then suddenly the sun appears, flocks of migrating birds form arrows in the skies and, far out on the sandbank, colonies of Grey and Harbor seals rest. It is a perfect day to visit Måkläppen!

The reserve is open to visitors from November to January.

More about Måkläppen

Around the coast at Falsterbonäset

The hike is 31 km long and starts in Ljunghusen at the crossroads where Falsterbovägen meets Storvägen. On your hike through the peninsula’s unique landscape you pass medieval churches, museums and old fishing huts from a time when Skanör and Falsterbo were a central marketplace in Northern Europe. You can enjoy fresh delicacies from the sea in the Skanör marina and look out for seals on the Måkläppen sandbank. It is a walk that offers many surprises.