A jewel with the ocean as the nearest neighbor

Skanör / Falsterbo

Skanör and Falsterbo are located as a little jewel at the bottom of the south-western corner of Sweden. With the ocean as the nearest neighbor, nature has been formed for millions of years to the beautiful place it is today.

Many tourists who experience the beaches for the first time don’t understand how locals ever want to leave this place for an other place and vacation! The sand is clear white and very fine-grained. So sure, it’s well worth the effort to take a bath towel and settle down in the sand a sunny summer day – But do not forget to swim!

The water is crystal clear and clean, with well-rolling sand bottom. And the water can stay surprisingly warm far into autumn!


In the past, a trip to Skanör and Falsterbo could be very riotous when crossing “Ljungen” (the land between Ljunghusen and Skanör/Falsterbo), which was constantly ravaged by air sands.

Therefore, Skanör-Falsterbo was almost always visited by sea. In the Middle Ages, the herring came in such quantities that boats couldn’t take care of it all – at least if one believes the stories.

At the same time, there was a power struggle between kings and the “Hansa” about revenues from trade. The battle between Denmark and Sweden about “Skåne” was largely based on the struggle for revenues from herring fishery. Because at this time, the herring was the major export product, due to the fact that the Catholic Church didn’t allow people to eat meat before the holidays and in the lenting.




With three of the country’s premier golf clubs nearby; Falsterbo Golf Club, Flommens Golf Club and Ljunghusens Golf Club, we can offer splendid golf courses.


About 10 minutes away by car you’ll find Fotevikens Museum. Foteviken is a rebuilt Wiking town in a contemporary spirit. Every year thousands of wikings from all over the world visit and live in this area.

It’s a historical and fun attraction for both young and old ones!

Falsterbo Horse Show

For many, the name Falsterbo is associated with horses. It’s no wonder when the international Horse competition Falsterbo Horse Show goes off here every summer.

It’s the year’s biggest event and attraction, which annually attracts tourists from all over Europe.


A walkingpath called “Skåneleden” takes you on a lovely hiking from Skanör to Falsterbo. It’s a fantastic walk dedicated to the sea.



Tourist information

As a tourist there is a lot of exciting things to discover and see in Skanör-Falsterbo.

Vellinge municipality has detailed information on its website.