Tastiest region of Sweden
The Soul of Skåne
The closest region in Sweden to mainland Europe is Skåne. This is located in the southernmost tip of Sweden with the lovely city of Malmö as its capital. When you come from Copenhagen in Denmark, and when you cross the Øresundsbroen indviet aka the Øresund Bridge you’ll drive straight into this gorgeous part of Sweden.
Paddling and forest-bathing in
There’s no WiFi in the forest, but Felicia Eckersten provides a much better connection. A connection with yourself. We have the world she grew up in to thank for it: a primaeval forest in the middle of Skåne with a meandering river running through it. Here’s how to...
The Swedish destination for foodies
Flavours of Skåne
Produced locally and eaten on the spot. If you love sustainable and delicious food, you have to go Skåne, Sweden’s most culinarily delightful province
Biking adventures in Skåne, Sweden
Cycling the Sydostleden
It’s half-past three on a Saturday afternoon. We’re en route to Åhus, the medieval town on the Sydostleden biking trail. It’s a short 10km cycle before we get there. Easy peasy, especially with an e-bike. Until the battery runs out, that is. “Can I help you?” I’m...
A Swedish journey full of gems
Road Trip Skåne
On their way to the far north in Europe, people often forget about the south. Go to Skåne, the bustling southernmost province of Sweden, and take a road trip through its hidden jewels. Don’t forget your fika! Our road trip through Sweden begins in Denmark. This...
10 stunning highlights
Skåneleden Trail, Sweden
Beneath the foliage of ancient beech trees, along cliffs, beaches and fields of wheat. Everywhere you look, they emerge: the orange signs of the Skåneleden, the famous long-distance hiking trail through the south of Sweden. These are the ten most stunning stops along the trail.
Living the Viking Life
You will find a vast amount of Viking history in Skåne. Visit the reconstructed ring fort Trelleborgen, that actually named the town of Trelleborg, and the Viking village of Foteviken to experience how people lived back then. But who were these Vikings exactly?
Discover the Baltic Sea trails
Blekinge Archipelago, Sweden
Ten thousand years ago, the last time the ice melted, this archipelago in the province of Blekinge in Sweden was born, consisting of over 1000 islands and 90 km of coastline. Today, part of it is an UNESCO biosphere reserve. A network of trails, called ARK56, guides you through this amazing part of our planet.