travelling reporter-photographer and language teacher. Based near Stockholm, Sweden
Pointing its nose to Denmark, the rocky Kullaberg Peninsula of Sweden is illustrated with forests, small bits of grazing lands and even a golf course. The area is great to visit year round for a hike, a picnic or just for some relaxation. Photos taken recently. Although it was Winter, it felt like Autumn never left.
Hiking the Kullaberg trail one reaches the more dramatic parts of the northern coast roughly halfway when coming from the east.
Taking the Kullaberg trail from the village of Mölle, the area starts with forests and bits of grazing lands, plus a house or two.
Closer to the western point, one is treated with small pebble-stone beaches and rocky cliffs.
My friend captured me, taking a admiring look at some of the dramatic parts of the Kullaberg Peninsula.