When in Österlen, the most southeastern part of Skåne, I think it should be mandatory to make a stop at Kåseberga if you haven’t been there before. And no, it is not pronounced Kaseberga but Koseberga as the Swedish “å” is pronounced like an “o”. In Kåseberga we walked up to Ale’s Stones (Swedish  Ales Stenar), which is a several thousand year old megalithic monument. If you cannot be interested in such kind of things the beautiful view of the sea and nature from atop this plateau makes it worth anyhow.

IMG_3892 IMG_3891 IMG_3898 IMG_3905Afterward it is possible to take a different route down again passing by the harbour area of Kåseberga to make a stop at one of the many restaurants and coffee places to enjoy the hopefully good weather with a snack or refreshment. The town itself is not short of beautiful discoveries either as it is so cliche Swedish that I could have taken a picture of each and every house.

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