The Scanian region is one of the most enjoyable places to tour if you are an adventurous person.
Some of the best areas that an individual should not miss to visit include the tranquil beaches that make the coastline a lifetime experience to belong.
Similarly, adventure has never been any better without the peaceful nature in the lush forests of Scania.
Activities in this area include hiking, photography, and the ability to learn about various types of tree species that have made the Scanian people to be confident about their forestry policies.
What It Means To Be In Scania?
The acquisition and use of the Scanian flag has given this region a reason to be optimistic about the welcoming of visitors in the area with clear understanding that peace and tranquility will prevail in a free nation.
In the past, it was not possible to meet many people flooding the coast of Scania because of the instability and tension witnessed in the early 1990s.
However, after the official recognition of the Scanian flag and the Scanian coat of arms, confidence levels of the visitors have grown to an extent that Scania recorded more than double the number of visitors in the region for the sake of quenching their adventure sprits.
This was a good sign as Scania prepares to lobby more resources to increase the scenic areas for people to enjoy.
This scenic area attracts both the locals and international visitors in Scania. Sofiero is located in the Helsingborg municipality and houses the Sofiero palace, which is an attraction site that has a large garden with beautiful flowers for the people to enjoy.
The area remains relevant and appealing because Crown Prince Oscar of Sweden who lived there with his wife, Sophia of Nassau, bought it in 1864.
The expansion of this historic area took place from 1874 to 1876 when Oscar had become king. Prince Gustaf Adolf becae king and inherited the palace but upon his death and his wife, the palace remained in the hands of the public to enjoy.
The garden stretched outside the palace act as favourite spot for concerts during the summer and the availability restaurants and cafes makes it even much enjoyable during this time.
The scenery of Scania is one to be happy to explore because it is not very mountainous like many other areas of Sweden even though some areas tend to have mountains while others have cliffs.
The cliffs are found at Hovs Hallar, Kullaberg, and Hallands Väderö provide an opportunity for beach lovers to enjoy the breeze from the sea as they watch the sun set or enjoy a beer with friends around the famous bonfires along this location.
Some of the recreation facilities found in this area are hard to come by in other places, which makes Scania a destination to visit.
The landscape has a mixture of features such as the coniferous forests and the suitable long coastlines that are unique from any other region in Sweden.
One cannot quench the spirit for adventure without mentioning the national parks found in Scania. Sweden boasts to have 29 national parks of which three of them are found in Scania and these include Dalby Söderskog, Stenshuvud, and Söderåsen.
Dalby Söderskog national park is relatively smaller with an area of 0.36 km2 and it is found in the municipality of Lund. The area acts as a nature reserve and has rich cover of plantation because of the limestone and chalk in the soil that increases the soil fertility.
Stenshuvud national park is located near Kivik in Simrishamn Municipality and was established in 1986 years after the Scanian flag and the Scanian coat of arms were popular across Sweden.
Söderåsen national park is the most recent to be established in Scania in 2001 and it is bigger than the other two parks as it boasts 16km2. It has beautiful scenery and viewpoints of the land for any tourist to enjoy.
Both the old cities and the new ones can provide adventurous opportunities for people because of the rich history that such cities have.
Some of these areas include Lund, Helsingborg, Simrishamn, Falsterbo, and Landskrona, among other towns.