Game and Nature Reserves

Kullaberg Nature Reserve is a nature reserve in the Kullabygden region in Scania. It is known for its climbing possibilities – one of the few places to climb in Scania, nice hiking, and a golf course. It’s also home to a controversial series of giant driftwood sculptures, and their related micro-nation, Ladonia. Parts of the park are off limits part of the year because of rare birds nesting in the area. There are usually signs put up but you might want to check in the center before you start hiking in the area. Kullaberg is only 1½ – 2 hours drive north of Malmö.

Måkläppen is a nature reserve that stands out from the Falsterbo peninsula, in south western Sweden. It was created by sandbanks built on top of a moraine core. The Måkläppen nature reserve and nature conservation association was formed in 1899. The appearance of Måkläppen changes as sand builds up and is taken away by ocean currents, wind, storm surge and high tide. These processes, in addition to abrasion, beach erosion removes the sand previously sent there. Many kinds of waterfowl nest at Måkläppen, and it is an important area for harbor and grey seals.

Malmös Reptil Center: At 500 sq jungle you can get to know and learn more about everything that creeps, crawls, jumps and climbs: lizards, snakes, crocodiles, spiders, turtles, parrots, monkeys and kangaroos. In the shop can you buy a souvenir as a memory of your visit. Image Map