The section follows coastal roads and sandy footpaths along the
coast. Here you wander along the huge hills of Glumslöv. The depth
of the soil is more than 100 metres and the deepest in Sweden.
Inside the hills, well-travelled stones are hidden; from Norway,
Småland, Bornholm etc. They travelled with the ice and when there
is a landslide, they come up to the surface again.
On the dry sunny slopes, rare animals such as sand lizard and
different butterflies thrive.
At the valley of Hilleshögs Dalar you find grazed areas with
cowslips and sand martins thrive in the steep cliff at Sandbergen.
Backafall on the island of Ven is the same type of sea cliff as
At Lill-Olas very tall black pines grow alongside bush-like
mountain pine. The rare european green toad lives in the ponds
Take a diversion from the Trail and take a trip out to the island
of Ven - views, sea cliffs, greater musk mallow and roads virtually
free of cars await you.
On the banks around the Citadel, grows grass with its roots in the
1700-1800s, naturalised trees, bushes and plants. Almost 400
Along this section of coast, there were once several brick
factories. Note the ponds which were once clay pits, road-fill
material with remnants of brick making material and discarded
The most well conserved chambered tumulus in Sweden is at
Ålabodarna, called the "Grave by the Sea". The village is a genuine
fishing village and Örenäs Manor nearby has its own chequered
history. The house in German Baroque style was completed
during the First World War and cost one million Swedish crowns to
The stretch of coast has cultivated several authors, including
Amelie Posse and Selma Lagerlöf.
The towns of Landskrona and Rustningshamn offer military history.
Here there is the only earthwork fortification in Sweden, square
banks from the 1700s, concrete bunkers from the Second World War
and much more.
The Citadel was built in the middle of the 1500s and later became
the most modern fortress in Scandinavia. Below the banks, you can
see the oldest area of allotments in Sweden.