Along this section you follow coastal promenades which provide
easy walking. At Vejbystrand harbour there is a reef with a
vibrating bird life to watch. Between Vejbystrand and Magnarp you
walk across a heathland with thrift, japanese rose and thickets of
The walk through Skepparkroken provides a historical environment
and in Skälderviken there is a marina with several hundred boats.
Here you come across lovely picnic spots with views all the way to
Walk further on and across the River Rönne å, which contains lots
of salmon and trout, and take on the challenge of the sand dunes by
the shore - Klitterna. Finally, you enter Kronoskogen recreation
area. Here there are interesting sand dunes that have been
transported here by the sea and the wind, but also military
straight dunes that have been created with the help of hurdles
which were meant to stop the movement of the drifting sand.
Closer to the sea you find heathland with windswept pines and
bushes, inland there is coniferous woodland with creeping ladies
tresses and lots of fungi. The most exclusive residents are the
tawny pipit, a sand bee called Osmia martima and a beetle called
Vejbystrand is a fishing village which became a spa resort and
was the first location for a coastal sanatorium for patients with
tuberculosis in Sweden.
On the hill just inland from the coast, there is a pearl necklace
of Bronze Age burial mounds and by Utsiktsvägen you can visit
Bökehögarna. There is also an excellent view from here.
The old road winds its way through Skepparkroken and you walk past
old captain's houses and cottages. Kroken was part of the
Ängeltofta estate and large quantities of grain and iron ploughs
were shipped out from the harbour.
In Skälderviken you walk past the memorial for the man who built
the harbour. Those who had boots were paid 60 öre/day, whilst those
without got 50 öre. The cannon you see was previously stuck in the
pier, the rear part was used for mooring boats.
Luntertun church ruin lies east of the River Rönne å. This was
once a medieval town and marketplace for salmon and herring.
Luntertun's successor is the town of Ängelholm.