This section is also a part of Kullaleden.
Follow narrow streets through the fishing village of Skäret
where escapees such as ivy-leaved toadflax and stonecrops thrive.
Paths take you on to Nabben and the spit of Stensnäs. The bedrock
rises steeply out of the pasture and below lie shingle beaches, sea
stacks and the sea.
Along the coast you can see a bank from an ancient sea; The
Littorina Sea. The banks show where the coast lay 4000-7000 years
The fishing village of Arlid awaits you in the shelter of
Kullaberg, with winding streets and narrow passages. Here you can
see unexpected berries and fruit such as grapes, mullberry and fig.
You can also come across the naturalised yellow welsh poppy.
Paths take you in to Kullaberg Nature Reserve. Kullaberg has a
varied geological history, the gneiss is almost unrecognisable and
magma has forced its way through on several occasions. There is
also a special rock type here called "kullait", a reddish type of
diabase, which is so different from the other types that it has
been given its own name. There are also cliffs which sparkle with
calcite and quartz. The horst itself was created when two parallel
cracks formed and the crust of the earth sunk down on either
Arild is a medieval fishing village equipped with a holy well
and a fisherman's chapel. The village was later discovered by
artists and tourists. The neighbouring village of Skäret is smaller
but just as lovely. glänser ikapp. Here can you be served with the
nationally reknowede vanilla heart biscuits originating from the
When you walk across the barren pastures of Nabben, bear in mind
that the majority of Kullen looked like this a couple of hundred
years ago. On the spit, there are the Nabbahögarna, burial mounds
from the Bronze Age.
Genuine timber-framed buildings, grazing animals in the pastures
and a café in teh summer - you have come to Himmelstorpsgården. The
farm dates from the 1400s and like many other farms, belonged to
the Krapperup estate. Nearby you can find a stone circle from the
Iron Age and down below the steep slopes are the creations known as
Nimis and Arx.
You can see for miles from the summit at Håkull, 187.5 metres
above sea level.