Scania is the most southern county of Sweden, neighbouring Denmark and a great place to visit. Scania is an exciting and beautiful part of Sweden with forests, beaches, castles, strongholds, stunning scenery and vibrant, multicultural cities. If you plan to visit Sweden, make sure you do not miss out on this part. Scania is also great as a side trip from Denmark.
Kitesurfing in Skåne Sweden
As one thinks of kitesurfing, it’s easy to picture a wide beach, palm trees and a beautiful turquoise ocean where colorful kites fly back and forth in the sky – […]
A Perfect Day on Österlen in Scania, Sweden
Österlen is one of the most beautiful parts of Southern Sweden and a popular destination, especially in summer. One way of experiencing the beautiful landscape is to simply drive through […]
A Re-Visit to Reviewed Restaurants & Accomodations in Scania, Sweden
Those of you who have followed me since the start in 2014 know I have a soft spot for Sweden and especially the southern tip, Scania (or Skåne as they […]
Review of Holy Smoke BBQ in Nyhamnsläge, Sweden.
Are you in Sweden, hungry and looking for a great American barbecue but don’t have time to cross the pond? Then you should visit Holy Smoke BBQ in Scania, the […]
Review of Falknästet at Kullaberg, Sweden.
On my quest for unique experiences I booked a night at Falknästet on Kullaberg. Falknästet means the Falcon´s Nest and with its post-war heritage, it is a suitable name. I […]
Review of Restaurant Lyran Mat & Bar in Malmö.
I had the pleasure to visit Malmö where the restaurant scene has not changed too much the last years and needed a new, fresh addition. A friend took me to […]
Most Romantic Places to Propose.
As a travel agent you get the pleasure and are trusted to assist customers in many life defining moments. I have helped customers find their relatives during the tsunami in […]
5 Things To Do Around Båstad (Southern Sweden).
When Sweden is mentioned it is usually the wilderness in the north that is spoken about. Sweden is a very “tall” country and has so much more than just wilderness. […]