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Hovs Hallar, Bastad

Categories: Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
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4.2/5 based on 50 reviews on the web
Hovs Hallar is a nature reserve on the northern tip of the Bjäre Peninsula in the county of Skåne, Sweden. It is located approximately 7 km northeast of the coastal town of Torekov. The reserve is an area of geological interest and its impressive cliff faces are home to a variety of seabirds. It is assumed that the area gave the name of the province Halland, meaning "the land beyond Hovs Hallar".The location is also the setting for the opening scenes of The Seventh Seal, with the Knight challenging Death to a game of chess for his life on the shoreline.
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  • Great outdoor experiences for all the senses! Animals (cows and goats) graze freely on the meadows and slopes. Large differences in altitude, stunning views of the Kattegat and lots of small trails and paths to explore and discover. ... and stone ... quantities of stone in all imaginable shapes and colors:-)
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  • Really worth a visit if you are nature lover and has boots in luggage. A must as it is between the many other stone towers, its appropriate to stack - a great image.
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  • An amazing place to see and visit with "wow factor" You need to go behind the parking place downhills to see this beautiful nature. A must if you are around. Really recommend! 
  • Good service and the absolute stunning room with rhe best view. Restauran was not so good.
  • Wonderful seaside atmosphere, friendly service, lovely setting with good views. Classy interior.
  • Great lunch buffet, good allergy food
  • Okay place.
  • Amazing scenery!
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