Helsingborg is southern Sweden’s city by the sea, where wonderful beaches, attractions, shopping and nature are all just moments away. Enjoy the gardens of Sofiero and Fredriksal, climb the stairs to the top of the tower Kärnan, then dip your toes in the sea… later, explore fascinating exhibitions at Dunkers Culture Hall, indulge in the unique offerings of the local stores, and savor cuisines from around the world in Helsingborg’s vast selection of restaurants.
Restaurants in Helsingborg
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In Svaneback by Viken you will find a long, lovely and child-friendly long sandy beach. Here you have a view of Oresund. Bus 220 stops just nearby (stop Svaneback Musselvagen).
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Rydebäcksbadet offers several hundred metres of beautiful sandy beach. Above the beach is a large grassy area where you can both play ball games and fly kites.
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Fortuna is Helsingborg's southernmost beach. It is a fine sandy beach that stretches towards the Rydebäcksbadet beach in the north. It is beautifully situated with a little meadow in the background and overlooks the sparkling sea towards Ven and Denmark. If you do not want to swim from the beach, there is also a jetty with steps. The barbecue areas and the nearby beach restaurant are busy during the summer evenings.
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Fria Bad is the Copacabana in Helsingborg. The beach is centrally located in Helsingborg, just a few minutes walk from the central core. Fria bad offers both a place to swim and hang out on a proper sandy beach. The beach is well-visited all year round and it is close to both resturants and places where you can buy a cold soda or ice-cream.
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Raa Vallar is a very popular 1,500 meter long bathing beach in Raa, places in the southernmost district of Helsingborg. The name comes from the more than 300-year-old rampart that was built about 100 meters behind the shoreline to protect against Danish invasion.
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Tropical beach is at the far end of the Parapet along the pier that separates the area from the boats sailing to Denmark. The beach was completed in time for H99, the major housing exhibition in 1999, and quickly became popular with both residents of Helsingborg and tourists. It is a natural sandy beach, but since the housing exhibition we have planted palm trees every year, hence its name.
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Gröningen is a lively recreation area in central Helsingborg, perfect for hang-outs on sunny days. Vast green areas for picnic or sports, an outdoor gym, a pirate playground and a large wooden deck where you can enjoy the sun or the crowd. You'll find many great spots for a swim in the sound, and nice restaurants and bars along the boardwalk.
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Domstens Hamn is a picturesque fishing village with both pleasure boats and a few fishing boats. Just north of the harbour pier you will find a 500 metre long sandy beach. You can also swim from an approximately 30 metre long jetty with two bathing ladders.
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