This section is also a part of Kullaleden.
This section follows the coast along Skälderviken. The shallow
bay and all the small lagoons along the shore provide good homes
for exclusive wildlife including different kinds of birds, young
fish and small animals. The salt content in the water is high which
attracts odd sorts of shellfish and crabs.
The huge amount of sand at the mouth of the River Vegeån is in
constant motion. Look out over the reef and the island which are
completely made up of sand. Just nearby, lies the island of Rönnen;
seal territory. Sometimes peregrine falcons come to visit.
A bit up from the pebbly beach you can follow the shore of the
Litorina Sea. The shingle banks were washed up some 4000-7000 years
Gentle sand dunes and a nice place for a swim can be found at
You can follow in the footsteps of brick-making at Utvälinge.
Pits where the clay was extracted, a factory building which is now
a historic monument and adjacent to the island of Rönnen you can
find rail tracks and a harbour for transport. Bricks were made here
between 1870 and 1969. Prior to bricks, fishing was the main
industry. At Utvälinge there was a fisherman's chapel, where
fishermen could come to a service even during the fishing
The coastal meadows you walk across are the remnants of a gigantic
pasture; Kulla Fälad. It covered eight parishes, 17 000 tunnland
(8500 hectares), and extended over the whole of the Kullahalvön
peninsula and further south.
By the church at Farhult, dating from the 1200s, you can find a
historical environment with a tiondelada (a barn where a portion of
the harvest was stored for bad times), a vicarage and a school.
There is a Dutch windmill a short distance from the church.