Hiking in Kullaberg, Sweden

A one-day Spring hike along the South-Eastern coast of Sweden.

Taking the electric ferry from Denmark to Sweden

Getting to Kullaberg from Copenhagen was extremely easy. We rented a car in the morning, drove up to Helsingør and took the electric ferry ( to Helinsborg. The ferry only takes 15 min and goes every 20 min!

The hike

After parking in Mölle and receiving a map and some suggestions in the sweet Mölle Krukmakeri & Café, we hiked north towards Kullen lighthouse. There we had lunch and checked out the visitor’s center Naturum Kullaberg. Then we started hiking West towards Arild, desperately trying to find signs for an art installation on the beach called Nimis, but ended up running out of time, so we cut turned off the hiking path and went back to Mölle for a rest at the Krukmakeri, where Mexican DJ El Diablo was reminding us of Cinco de Mayo.

Click on the images below to see them in full size with captions:

  • Cute hotel in Mölle, not that we stayed there.
  • Entering the natural reserve.
  • Stopping to check out the view.
  • We spot the lighthouse!
  • Me resting at the lighthouse.
  • No green can compete with the forest in Spring.
  • A lake on the way towards Arild.
  • Signs of spring.
  • The four hikers from DTU.

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