Things to see and experience
Falsterbo Strandbad is newly re-opened and is the campsites closest neighbour in which you will find the council’s tourist centre, a newly built nature centre and an art gallery. If you find your way up to the roof terrace there is time for relaxation and bird watching. This is also the location for many of the Falsterbo Horse Show celebrations.
Falsterbo is close to everything! You’ve got 2 miles to the ferry terminals in Trelleborg, 3 miles to the bridge in Malmö and 5 miles away from Copenhagen which means that you have a busy schedule even on the summer days that are lacking the warmer rays of the sun.
You will find many golf courses within a close distance from us. Falsterbo GK is an amazing 18 hole course with the ocean right beside, same goes for Flommens GK. You also have Ljunghusen GK and Vellinge GK within a short distance.
Jogging, Walking, Biking
There is a jogging trail starting by the campsite, alongside the south and the east corner of the campsite in a trail through Falsterbo and back.
Walk and bike paths – Both Östersjö and Skåneleden are going through and outside the camping which makes nature-close hiking a natural part of your stay with us. The trails therefore makes it easy to go either north up to Malmö or east towards Österlen.
If you would like to try out Stand-up paddle, we rent this out with vest, carts etc!
Contact us and we will tell you more.
Rent a bike!
Why not take the oppertunity and rent a bike and explore the wonderful Falstebonästet?
The cost is only 100 SEK / day, and the bike rental company is “Hyrenhoj” in Höllviken, see more info here.
White beaches as far as the eye can see
This is the place you seek if you want to enjoy Sweden’s very finest beaches. In Falsterbo, Kämpinge, Ljunghusen and Skanör, one of the chalky white beaches spreads out after the other – and at Svanrevet in Skanör there is also a large naturist bath.
And no, it’s not just us who like the white sand here. Most recently, it was the travel guide Rough Guides that had the Falsterbo Beach on its top ten in Europe’s best beaches. Are we meeting each other this summer?
Read more a:t roughguides.com/gallery/the-best-beaches-in-europe/#/8.
What shall we eat tonight?
The gastronomy is highly valued here and the variation is great. Classical Scandinavian food crafts, organic foods, Italian ice cream, fish directly from the smokehouse and lots of other first-class food experiences to choose from – welcome to the table!
For more information and booking requests, visit: http://besoksguide.vellinge.se/kategori/plats/mat-och-dryck.
Hallongården and Halloncaféet
The Raspberry farm and café (Hallongården and Halloncaféet) is open all year around. October to March they serve their appreciated waffle buffet, and the rest of the year the café is filled with lovely raspberry cookies. We welcome you to enjoy homemade cakes and light lunches!
If the weather is good we will pack your order in a picknick basket that you bring with you into our garden. Until the spring and summer heat arrives, you are welcome to have a cup of coffee in “Grandma’s old hen house”. This “hen house” is renovated and decorated for cozy moments.
At the Raspberry farm, the food is always homemade, raspberries in most of the food and with Swedish raw materials.
More info at: http://www.hallongarden.com
There is no other place in Sweden with as many birds as there is in Falsterbo during a good day (there’s a record of 1,5 million birds!) where up to 340 different bird species have been seen. The peak season for bird watching is towards the end of August until the end of October. In suitable weather you can see hundreds of thousands of birds in just one day, as they are moving to warmer latitudes.
The most spectacular part is the raptor migration that is most intense on days with mild winds and clear sky. The birds are then leaving in an order determined by how far they are going, which means that birds such as Honey Buzzards, Ospreys, Swallows etc. are leaving first. Whilst the birds that partially hibernate in south Sweden don’t leave until later, such as Rough-Legged Buzzards, Ringdoves, Skylark and Starlings.
Why not prepare for your visit by reading the books about the cabanas or the bird watcher that Christina Olséni and Micke Hansen wrote where they also let you in on their favourite spots and hideaways around the area.
Do you have a calm day and nothing planned, but still want to do something nice?
Then why not try out our beautiful pitch-and-putt course?
It has 9 holes total and only costs 25 SEK/person