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VELLINGE - Höllviken - Falsterbo - Skanör - Västra Ingelstad - Östra Grevie

Every year, this Viking village arranges a new Battle of Foteviken. The participants of the organized training camp gather on the beach where the great battle originally stood on June 4, 1134 The history of charming Skanör stretches as far back as the 12th century and was during the medieval, together with Falsterbo, one of the largest cities in the Nordics.Since 2010 the Falsterbo Bird Show is arranged annually.Vellinge offer five different golf courses which all are very popular. Three of them surrounded by grand nature.We have four main beaches, all with their individual character. Not at least the beach cabins, which are located both in front of and behind the sandy dunes, has given the different beach areas their unique profile.One of Sweden´s largets international sport events where Swedish and international rider elite compete in jumping and dressage. The history of charming Skanör stretches as far back as the 12th century and was during the medieval, together with Falsterbo, one of the largest cities in the Nordics.
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Beaches

In Skåne we do not brag, we just say how it is. We simply have Sweden's by far most beautiful beaches. Add to that clear, clean water that you could have drinked right out of the ocean if it was not salty.

Vellinge Municipality has four main beaches, each with its special character. Not least the cabins, which are located both behind and along the dunes, have for decades given the different coastal areas their distinctive profile. There are long beaches that are perfect for families with children, large sand dunes for those who want a bit of seclusion, but also more secluded beaches for, among other things, naturists. In some places you can also windsurf and practice other water sports. Due to the geographical location of Sweden's southwest tip, you can almost always find a place to wind surf.
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