The North Sea Trail is a 500-mile long trail that takes you through six different countries, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom.
And it may feel a bit hefty, right? But Skåneleden? Then you are down on 100 miles through 29 municipalities. But even that takes a whole holiday. We simply suggest that you walk on the part of Skåneleden that takes you around Kullahalvön.
It is called Kullaleden and it contains several pearls for the hiker. The 13 kilometers between Skäret and Josefinelust take you through charming fishing villages and over magnificent old pasture, passing raukes and poppy fields. From Josefinelust to Strandbaden it is 14 kilometers and you cross Kullaberg´s tip and head south. At the rocks at Ransvik's you will feel the smell of bear’s garlic, if it is season.
Mölle was the center of the Swedish sin at the previous century, when men and women suddenly began to swim together. You also pass Mölle. Then you can impress on your company by explaining that you know that it was here that the Swedish fresh potato was born once in a while. Somebody said that you might not have to wait until the potato grew to a maximum, and the rest is food history.
There are campsites along the way. Magnificent sea views almost all the time. Kullaleden boasts the certification Leading Quality Trails - best of Europe. It's for hikers what a Michelin star is for a gourmand.