Sweden's southernmost national park is only little, but to someone from further north, it is still exotic. It is mainly famous for its beech forest which is hardly a unique scenery in continental Europe, but quite rare in Scandinavia. You can stroll along the paths, beginning by this parking place with its pretty stone wall. Should you be a real trekker, you can buy a map and carry on towards the Torna Hällestad beech forest or to the nearby Billebjer hill with its views of the surrounding countryside. Or why not Skrylle bird area which are also in the neighbourhood, although a bit more crowded than the others due to easy access and a visitors centre. I will make separate tips on these when I have photos. The area all this is in, just east of Lund, is gorgeous with rolling forested hills full of lovely farms and the odd historical ruin as it is on the verge of the Romele Ridge, and you can check my general Dalby page for further information on things to see and do. The national park is hard to reach by public transport but it IS walkable from Dalby itself and if you visit in May to early June or mid August to September, you can go with the Nature Bus (see second link below).