Playing with the name, even my photo of this castle came out crap, so you will have to trust me (or look at the link below) when I say that it is not the most dramatic Skåne castle visually, but still nice and worth a visit as it was once one of the biggest and most important ones in the region. Krapperup was built in the 13th century and both Arild and Mölle as well as several other villages were under it's ownership. What you see today is from the 16th century.
The house is owned by a foundation today and the interior is not open, but the stables house a famous art gallery and the smithy a cafe. The park (with little Chinese bridges) is open to the public all year round and there are also concerts in July.
- Castles and Palaces
- Arts and Culture
- Historical Travel
Before you even reach Mölle, you spot this church in a field by the hillside. Very romantic, and therefore very popular for weddings :-)
It looks really old but is only from 1935. Mölle had simply overtaken Arild in population and it was 1902 decided to collect funds to build a church (perhaps it was as Mölle had been sinful for so long during the turn of that century!).
- Romantic Travel and Honeymoons
- Religious Travel
The brightest lighthouse in Scandinavia. I have no photo but if you click on the link below, you are rewarded with several! The peak of Kullaberg, Kullen is also where you find a Naturum exhibition on the flora and fauna of the peninsula.
- Sailing and Boating
- Hiking and Walking
Kullaberg Nature Reserve
Dramatic scenery. Kullaberg is a peninsula associated with myths of mysterious locals and spooky caves in the steep cliffs down by the sea. There are several paths to walk around the peninsula (but see my warnings - especially if with children) and they are all wonderful. One starts from the western end of the quays of Mölle and takes you up the cliffs and into the forest. If you're not a walker, you can drive up. Just follow the Kullabergsvägen to the toll booth where you pay around SEK 35 per vehicle as this is a nature reserve.
- Hiking and Walking
- National/State Park
- Mountain Climbing