The dramatic cliffs, rolling hills and magical forests of the peninsula Kullaberg in North-West Skåne offer stunning scenery, an impressive flora and fauna and archeological finds, all along powerful energy lines.
Known as the first part of Scandinavia to appear from the ice age, Kullaberg has attracted inhabitants since the stone ages, 7000BC, evidence such as burial mounds and ceremonial stone circles can be found scattered around the nature reserve.
There are hiking tracks for all levels of hikers, whether you want to go strolling through elm and oak forests, climb up to Håkull or explore a range of exciting caves. Our retreats at The Stable Arild take advantage of the magic and energy at Kullaberg, arranging grounding walks, ocean healing and meditations at various magical spots. Other guests might prefer kayaking, surfing or mountain biking along Kullaleden https://kullaleden.se or https://www.skaneleden.se/en enjoying well deserved breaks at Randsvik Havterrase, Flickorna Lundgren, Arilds Hamnfik or Krukmakeriet in Mölle. For those keen on contemporary art, head to Lars Vilks wooden palace Nimis created out of drift wood and old plank, and find yourself in a ‘Lord of the Rings’ setting, snuggled between rock and sea. https://www.ladonia.org/nimis/
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