Halland coastal road

The Halland coastal road curves sinuously between Halmstad and Falkenberg. On your trip through our characteristic coastal landscape, you can make detours to scenic, culinary and historic experiences!

Joining Halmstad and Falkenberg, the Halland coastal road follows our beautiful coast. In addition to the glorious countryside, there are also many other exciting attractions to visit. This is why it has been given the Swedish Transport Administration’s “Tourist route” road signs. Just follow the brown signs with the white flower and you will find your way!
From Halmstad, head northwest away from the city to the Flygstaden shopping complex. On approaching Flygstaden, follow the brown sign with the white flower out onto the country highways.

A day-trip on the Halland coastal road

There is a wide variety of attractions along the Halland coastal road. Here are a few tips on everything from art and museums to countryside and history.

  • Möllegård nature reserve – Walking trails at Nyrebäcken through deciduous forests, swampy ground and meadows.
  • Mjellby Art Museum – The museum of the Halmstad Group of surrealists. National and international exhibitions too.
  • Heagårds skafferi – A stately, 19th century farmstead built from hewn stone. A restaurant and art gallery now have their homes here.
  • Haverdal nature reserve – An area of aeolian sand planted with pines. A walking circuit leads through an enchanting pine forest to Scandinavia’s highest sand dune. Lynga sand dune rises 36 metres above sea level.
  • Särdals Kvarn – This mill was built in 1890. With six floors, it is one of the Nordic countries’ largest windmills. There is a café and farm shop offering locally sourced produce.
  • Steningekusten nature reserve – Partly heather covered coastal moorland with clearings, shingle fields and many species of flora.
  • Svedino’s Automobile and Aviation Museum – Major collection of vintage cars and aircraft. Open in the summer.

More nature and the outdoor life

Gems!

More Halmstad