Skåne County (Swedish: Skåne län), sometimes referred to as Scania County in English, is the southernmost county or län, of Sweden, basically corresponding to the traditional province Skåne. It borders the counties of Halland, Kronoberg and Blekinge. The seat of residence for the Skåne Governor is the city of Malmö. The headquarters of Skåne Regional Council is the town of Kristianstad.
Restaurants in Skane County
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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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we are regulars and always have a good time. It's great to be able to get so close to the animals. there is a gift shop and cafe, but really, it's all about the animals.
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Skane Djurpark is the world largest animal park with Nordic animals. The animal park is beautifully located in the middle of Skane, the most southern part of Sweden. Here you can see bear, moose, wolf, lynx, the golden eagle and wolverine and a lot of other wild and tame Nordic animals. At Skane Animal Park, together with your family, you can experience the scenic wilderness and experience exiting moments with our Nordic animal from early spring to late autumn. The park is filled with adventures every day. On hot summer days you can enjoy our Water Fun Park. You can explore the park together with our engaging animal keepers that arranges range of exiting activates and expeditions; pony riding, animal feeding expeditions, flying shows with bird of preys, meetings with our tame animals at the Children’s Farm, and much more! Shaun the Sheep Land The world’s only ‘Shaun the Sheep Land’ is a unique attraction, covering 20,000 square meters. Here you will enter a world build around the story and characters from the TV-show and movies. At Shaun the Sheep Land kids are challenged to search for lost sheep along a tractor track and they might see both real and fictional farm animals along the way – including Shaun himself!
Skanes Djurpark Resort. Sweden. Coping with a cashless society such as Sweden and their SWISH carding machines is not easy when you are fixed in your older generation system. It all started at the airport for the flight to Sweden via Copenhagen for a week’s holiday in the cold but clean air. I was one of the minority with a paper pass for the flight in my hand pretending it was a ticket. Yes, a ticket, remember them? The majority were checked in on their smart phones and the desk in departures accepted them. Then the train over the bridge to Malmo onwards to Almhult again a paper ticket not the phone like the others. Now in the supermarket, a self-check handset and no counter to buy the food just a Swish contactless. What is going on? This is now the state in virtually cashless Sweden, where even a play-centre like Leo’s Lapland do not accept cash transactions. All tickets are bought and paid for on phones, and the phones read digitally at the end of the transaction with direct in/out banking. I am not a technophobe. I use my computer daily, but I have serious doubts that such a society could be brought to its knees by internet rogues, and flat batteries. Being the only way to buy tickets on the last minute for my family to enjoy a day at Skanes Djurpark Resort some 80Km south of Almhult was by phone. I didn’t feel good about that. The drive there was easy as the roads are empty and straight. The resort is easy to find, easy to park at and large enough to provide a full day for a family of mixed ages. Cost is high, but then everything in Sweden is expensive, correction except hotdogs in the IKEA headquarter store. A family of four, two adults and two kids under 12 would cost 269 and 179 SEK respectively each, that’s 896 SEK or £72 at the present rate of 12.4/£1. Not that bad if you say it quick. Sound expensive but believe me you do get a lot, unless the kids see the gift shops, then you’re scuppered. Bears, Deer, Moose, Wolves, Wild Boar, Bison, Hawks, Goats, Sheep plus a Tractor ride, lots of climbing frames and picnic areas. The tree walk is the best way to see the animals and the kids love it. An interesting whole day is easy, take the smart phones off your kids as they are too much of a distraction. The return journey was however much more exciting and memorable as a wild Deer ran out from the forest and nearly crashed into our car, did I say nearly, I meant ‘My God that was close’. If you are in Sweden and in the vicinity then go and spend the day there, do not forget you smart phone and make sure it’s charged and your bank account can stand the sudden shock if the kids notice the gift shops.
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More than 1300 kilometres of beautiful landscape lies by your feet. The Skåneleden trail is divided in to six subtrails, which gives you the opportunity to experience Skåne's varied scenery and rich culture. Choose from over 100 day hikes and set sails for the outdoors - just for the day or maybe for a longer hiking tour.
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