Be awed by the aura of an ancient spot that dates back to the early Iron Age. This mystical monument consists of 59 massive boulders arranged in a 67 metre-long outline located 32 meters above sea level with a magnificent view over Österlen’s hilly landscape and the Baltic Sea.
Join over 700,000 visitors and 85,000 worshippers each year and be wowed by the majestic towers and altar that dates back to 1398 at Sweden’s most visited church. Consecrated in 1145, this cathedral has become one of the main tourist attractions in the Nordics.
Built in 1499 as a residence for the a Danish knight and his family, this is Sweden’s best preserved medieval chateau. Enjoy a guided tour in the secret passages and features designed to keep out unwanted guests (not you), or try your hand at using the old tools in the courtyard – Medieval DIY.
The turning torso
Take a towering selfie with the tallest residential building in the Nordic countries in the background. Designed and constructed by the renowned Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava, the twisted tower in the Western Harbour of Malmö is one of Skåne’s most visited landmarks.
The Öresund Bridge
Now the star of a detective series, this famous 16 kilometre long bridge links Copenhagen and Malmö. Supporting both a motorway and railway, the Öresund Bridge makes the 20 minute journey a pure delight going from the capital of Denmark to Skåne’s largest city.
Sofiero Castle Garden
Voted "Europe’s most beautiful park", this is the place to bring a blanket, fill your picnic basket and enjoy the thousands of rhododendron bushes decorating the surroundings. Make sure you pop by the café or even eat lunch in one of Sweden’s top restaurants on site.