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Nature reserves

Falkenberg is home to an abundance of beautiful nature and wildlife. There are sandy coasts with salty winds and the smell of seaweed, as well as deep and enthralling forests that hide secrets. There is an easy way to find these amazing places: Visit a nature reserve.


The nature in Vesslunda stores many surprises. If you decide to explore the entire reserve, you will encounter sandy beaches, heather-draped cliffs and pine forests. There are several lovely observation decks that give you a front row seat to the ocean view.

Morups Tånge

Morups Tånge is a beautiful nature reserve with an abundance of wildlife just south of Glommen. Both birds and people come here to relax and enjoy the peaceful nature. Take a break and enjoy your front row seat to the ocean view. And don’t forget your binoculars!


At Sumpafallen, you can stroll along the rapids or into the beautiful forests. The nature reserve is an extremely popular destination for excursions. There are plenty of picnic tables here, so be sure to pack a lunch and enjoy a quiet moment in peaceful scenic surroundings.


Climbing Smörkullen is a fun adventure for grown-ups as well as children. When you make it to its peak, you will find yourself 52 metres above sea level and with a magnificent view of Falkenberg.


Just north of the beautiful sandy beach in Glommen lies the Digesgård nature reserve. The open beach meadows are home to a thriving ecosystem of birds and plants.


This hidden gem with its beautiful lake scenery is located further inland in Falkenberg. The Fegen nature reserve is part of a larger conservation area that is split across three counties.


Located along the scenic coastal road south of Falkenberg, Grimsholmen is a must-see. At Grimsholmen, you can roam freely in nature, rest on the cliffs or go swimming in the bays.

Bengtesgårds äng

This nature reserve is home to a collection of mighty oaks and big hazel bushes within the beautiful deciduous forest. Take a stroll through the trails in the nature reserve and enjoy the beautiful sights it holds. Children are guaranteed to have fun climbing “the mountain” or the giant rock.

Bergs Nature Reserve

The only thing you can hear here is the babbling of the brooks, the chirping of birds and the wind blowing through the trees. Go for a serene walk through this impressive primaeval forest.

Yttra Berg

Here will you not only find beautiful nature, Yttra Berg is a place full of history. You will find plenty of traces of times long past and of the generations that have worked the land and formed the landscape. A small farm museum tells of life on the farm.


Ullarp is a perfect location when you want to make a small and simple excursion out in nature. Take a short walk and a coffee break among the mighty oaks and beautiful bird songs.


Stroll among the trees and sit yourself down at Suseån’s winding rapids. And you will probably have this peaceful place all to yourself.


If you are looking to have a picnic with a breathtaking view without have to carry your picnic basic too far, Floastad is a perfect destination. Come visit in the autumn when the landscape is alight in a multitude of colours, or in the spring as the hepatica are blossoming.


At the edge of Vinberg you’ll find a gorgeous nature area and reserve. Taking a walk here along the wide paths is easy. If you’re feeling a little more adventurous, you can also head on down to the River Vinån that runs through the reserve.


If it’s magical sunsets you’re looking for then you’ve come to the right place. Pick out your very own clifftop and set yourself down on the first parterre. Follow the sea and roam over the cliffs, grassy dunes and moorland.


There’s something special about beech forests. They are so big and majestic. Leafy tunnels with green roofs and carpeted in beech leaves. Frodeparken in Asige is just such a place and is perfect for chilling out or just being.


Want to experience a place that feels like it’s been plucked from an Astrid Lindgren story? You know, the classic Swedish farmland vista. A red croft cottage, a roundpole fence and a gravel path warmed by the summer sun, all surrounded by the purest green. Then pack a picnic basket and get yourself down to the Björkekullen nature reserve.