The Stenshuvud nature reserve is a hill that slopes down into the sea. Walk the beautiful path up to the highest point for breathtaking views of the countryside and small towns - remember good walking shoes. The reserve, now fully protected, is particularly beautiful in spring when the fields are covered in yellow and white carpets of flowers. Many rare animal species in Sweden live in the nature reserve, including the tree frog.
Already in Carl von Linné's time, Stenshuvud was referred to as a landmark for seafarers.
The sandy beach of Knäbäckshusen is lovely in summer, but be careful not to swim too far out, as the water here is full of strong currents.
If you need a coffee after all that fresh air, we recommend a "fika" at Café Annorlunda.
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