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The Kullaberg nature reserve covers the peninsula of the same name and extends all the way to the vicinity of the city of Mölle. There are deciduous and mixed forests, steep cliffs and picturesque cliffs. The highest point, Håkull, is 188 meters high. Numerous walking paths have been marked out in the reserve, along which you can wander all year round.
There is a visitor center in the reserve, with exhibitions on the local flora and fauna worth paying attention to. While hiking, you can often see foxes, badgers, roe deer and deer. Sometimes wild boars also appear. Sheep, cows and horses usually graze in the pastures.
There are more than 20 caves in the cliffs along the coast. Most of them are open to the public and can be reached by boat.