Hovs Hallar is one of the real gems of the Bjäre Peninsula, a must see experience. Here, Hallandsåsen and the sea meet in a most dramatic way with tall fractured cliffs, limestone columns, cave-like formations and shingle beaches.
A remarkable place
The nature reserve Hovs Hallar is the steepest coastal part on Bjäre Peninsula and a remarkable place.
Here, Hallandsåsen and the sea meet with a blend of shingle beaches, tall fractured cliffs and cave-like formations that create a dramatic and savage landscape. The view of the Laholm Bay is breathtaking with a characteristic hilly landscape and escarpments. There is a multitude of pathways you can follow both along the beach and in the heights. Many films have recorded scenes from this dramatic location – most famous are the iconic scenes from Ingrid Bergman’s film ‘The Seventh Seal’.
Experience Bjäre Peninsula
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.