Molle is best known for its picturesque and beautiful little harbor which is located by the Kullaberg Nature Reserve.

At the beginning of the 20th century, Mölle became known for establishing a direct rail link between Berlin and Mölle. What attracted visitors from all over Europe was the community bath for women and men who existed here. As a result, many of the seaside resorts grew.
The Kullaleden hiking trail passes Mölle if you want to experience the harbor on foot.

Hallands Väderö Island

In relation to its size, the island is one of the country’s most diverse places. The forest has never been completely cut down, as elsewhere. On and in the old trees, a bunch of insects and plants thrive, such as endangered beetles and rare lichens.

Here you easily spend a full day either as an animal and a nature enthusiast or just for sun and bath. Year-round you can get out to the island. In the winter you book a water taxi and in spring and summer you take Väderötrafiken which goes according to fixed timetable.

Hovs Hallar

Hovs Hallar Nature Reserve is one of the diamonds on the Bjäre peninsula that must be experienced! Here, the Hallandsåsen ridge and the sea meet in a very dramatic way with high cracked cliffs, gorges, pebbles and cave-like formations.

Hovs Hallar was awarded the title of Treasure of European Film Culture 2017 and a plaque is set in the rock wall a little bit down in the nature reserve as a memorial to Ingmar Bergman’s film The Seventh Seal, where Max von Sydow plays chess with death in the sunrise at this particular place.