When you think of a holiday in southern Sweden, you will quickly think of complete peace and quiet. Extensive natural landscapes, with a range of lakes, vast forests, rugged rivers and endless sandy beaches. Traditionally, this region has been the ultimate destination for nature lovers. It is easy to visit this unspoilt nature from the comfort of your own holiday home. But it's not only the natural environment that is worth a visit in this area, the authentic villages and large cities in southern Sweden are also a must-see. Think of the famous capital Stockholm or the city of Malmö, Sweden's third largest city, located in the southernmost province of Skåne. The climate in southern Sweden is milder than in the centre and north of the country. Summers are usually warm with relatively little rainfall. Winters are mild, with regular snowfall. Real winter sports enthusiasts can therefore put their energy to good use in central Sweden. In short, holiday homes in southern Sweden offer something for everyone!
You probably don't immediately think of a holiday by the sea when you think of southern Sweden, but there are still plenty of possibilities. From your holiday home, you can make endless walks along the vast coastlines in the south. Here, you will find many authentic fishing villages, picturesque harbour towns, luxurious holiday resorts and small villages, all surrounded by overwhelming nature. A holiday home in southern Sweden is also the perfect starting point for island hopping or an adventurous day trip. Enjoy the fresh sea breeze and the scent of nature during your holiday in southern Sweden.
On the famous Bjäre peninsula near Torecov you can visit the impressive rock formations of Hovs Hallar. The famous director Ingmar Bergman made his film 'Det sjunde inseglet' (The seventh seal) in this area. It's definitely worth a visit from your holiday home in southern Sweden.
Experience peace and quiet but also hustle and bustle from your holiday home in southern Sweden; two extremes offered by this region. Stroll through the eye-catching beauty of the natural world and then relax in your holiday home in southern Sweden with a sauna, or stay in a well-equipped apartment in one of the cosmopolitan cities. Go shopping for an afternoon and browse Stockholm's long shopping streets, visit Glassworks in Glasriket, feel like a real knight in the preserved medieval castle of Glimmingehus or spot musk oxen in the Härjedalen Valley. There is a good chance that you will encounter other wild animals too, such as reindeer, buzzards, wolves and lynxes. Southern Sweden is also characterized by its many lakes, where the holiday homes of Belvilla can also be found. In the middle of the woods, and with a view of the lake, you will find holiday homes where you even have your own rowing boat to go swimming, fishing or just to relax.
Some of the best places to visit are the city of Malmö, Skåne, Österlen, and the cliffs of Kullaberg.
Visit the Old Town at Malmö and the Form/Design Center for great art.
Some of the best dishes to try are lamb, venison, goose and shellfish.