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Getting here is easy!
Fly to Copenhagen, Denmark and continue with direct train to Båstad, Sweden (1,5 h)
Photos: Louise Nordström Pettersson, Anders Karolyi
HIKING ON THE BJÄRE PENINSULA
Where would you like to hike today? On the Bjäre Peninsula there are no less than 12 different nature reserves and a surprisingly large diversity of habitats. Rocky coasts, dramatic ravines and lush beech forests. Footbridges over heather and bog. Valleys with old stone walls and grazing cattle. Winding small roads lined with orchards, overlooking the sea.
You can choose between more than 130 kilometres of marked hiking trails. A rich wildlife awaits, with seals and coastal birds along the sea and game and livestock across the countryside.
We are not exaggerating – the Bjäre Peninsula is like a fairy tale. Ready to be discovered, all year round.
During your stay with us, you have the opportunity to experience all the activities that Båstad and the Bjäre Peninsula have to offer: Much more than tennis, golf, partying and long sandy beaches. The region also stands for breathtaking nature experiences and an area rich in art, culture and history.