Salt och Brygga
In the distant northwest of the city, you may catch sight of the eye-boggling Turning Torso, a brand-new apartment block that twists...
Swing by this intense urban jungle near the Turning Torso, at the northwest harbour redevelopment, to gasp at skaters – local and...
Ribersborg is a fetching sandy beach backed by parkland, about 2km west of the town centre. Off the beach, at the end of a 200m-long...
Next door to the Teknikens och Sjöfartens Hus is a row of former fishermen’s huts selling fresh fish.
Salt och Brygga information
Lonely Planet review
With an enviable view overlooking the Öresund bridge, this stylish, contemporary slow-food restaurant presents updated Swedish cuisine with a clear conscience. Everything is organic (including the staff’s uniforms), waste is turned into biogas, and the interior is allergy-free. Flavours are clean and strictly seasonal.