Welcome to Falsterbo Peninsula
Casually known as the Swedish Riviera, Falsterbo’s long, white-sand beach with its colourful beach huts is popular with Scanians, particularly Malmö weekenders. A sense of serenity is enhanced by a ban on jet skis and motorboats here. Just north of the beach, the twinned towns of Skänor and Falsterbo are where you'll find most amenities and accommodation.
Vikings can be found on the opposite coast, north of the town of Höllviken, while at the tip of the peninsula, the hook-shaped island of Måkläppen is a nature reserve, off-limits to the public from March to October.