Just south of the village itself is a great little area in the form of a common, which is grazed by horses down to the sea but where you can stroll through and have a look at unusual flora but also the tiny historical mine which have shafts left as pecular holes in the hillocks. The perfect place for an evening stroll when the light is soft and romantic.
Brantevik, being an old fishing village, of course has its own museum dedicated to its maritime history.
Hamnkrogen (the harbour inn) is one of the most famous restaurants in Scania. As I stayed in the smokery for my evening in Brantevik, I have no idea what the food is like but surely there must be some truth to the reputation so I have to at least mention it here. It boasts nice international food acclaims in its windows and the prices are as can be expected. White table cloths and such so dress accordingly. The latter was the reason we never went in. We might well be able to afford it but we surely never look it when we are on cycling weekends and are far too self conscious to try these sort of establishments then! :)))
A "rög" is a smokery (rökeri) in local Scanian dialect and the Branterögen is a great little harbour smokery which apart from fish has burgers, schnitzels, baked potatoes and some tex-mex inspired food of good quality. The liveliest place on a summer evening as it is just by one of the small harbours, this is where you go to have a drink and meet the neighbours too. Live music some evenings in July-August.
Favorite Dish: Local herring.