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...more
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...more
The owner of this place made her dream come true when she took it over a while ago, so you know it's run with love. You can get here either by the dramatic seaside walk along the cliffs from Mölle, or drive (from the road, there is even a handicap ramp along the stairs!). The house itself is gorgeous, and as if that is not enough, the view from it...more
Just a small harbour shed, containing a convenience shop for the guest harbour, the focus in the shed is on the deli counter full of goodies from the sea. You have to sit on the benches or few tables outside, or in your own boat, but the view is hard to beat and the fish superb. Smoked mackerel with garlic.more
Going up to Kullens lighthouse is a popular ride with motorbikers as the road uphill twists and turns. The only stop up is to pay the small road fee, and the only stop down is maybe to enjoy this view from the viewpoint above Mölle itself, towards Höganäs.
Mölle is full of fishing enthusiasts. If you want to try yourself, then check the page below. There are several others advertised in Mölle harbour in high season.
Children above five can and do (gladly) walk the Kullaberg cliffside paths but do NOT EVER let them out of sight. The clifffs are steep and the paths sometimes very narrow.
If you feel you need more information about the landscape here or how to find the caves you can reach, then maybe a guided tour with Kullabergsguiderna would suit you. I have never tried them myself but they do walks for private people as well as groups, as demand was high for expertise on Kullaberg. Lenght of the tours vary too. They also do speed...more
One of the most popular diving spots in Sweden because of the cliffs and the mixed underwater flora and fauna, so there is a choice of several companies to try even if I have no experience of any since I don't dive. Kullen Dyk (see below) cooperates with the Mölle Hässle camp site which has equipment to rent.more
Favorite thing: If you want to see the entire peninsula from the seaside, there are boat tours from May to September from Mölle harbour. In high season, three a day, but at other times you may find that not all tours run unless enough people are interested. You get 90 minutes guided tour including sights of some of the mystical sea caves, Kullen's lighthouse and even the Nimis and Arx art installations on the northern side (see my Arild page).