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Nimis, Hoganas
(4.1/5 based on 75+ reviews on the web)
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  • Certainly worth a visit. The road is very very difficult, wheelchairs and strollers, it is just to forget. Even the well-trained will puff in those hills! Going to get to the coast by boat as well. Don't forget to bring water to drink!
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  • The site is difficult to access. For public transport, is a walk of approximately 3 km from the bus stop, but very nice. To get there you have to go through some dirt roads and farms, then by the nature reserve Kullaberg nature reserve. The trail is well marked but the ending is pretty complicated access. The sculpture sits on a hillside and the terrain is quite Rocky. But it's worth the ride. Then you can do a pique nique on top of a rock facing the sea.
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  • A wonderful work of art of Kulla folded nature reserve that must be experienced. The site is unparalleled. It is even possible to implement such a construction as inaccessible location. Once there, so invite Lars Vilks "revenge of the sea" at peace o' peace and reflection. Getting there requires good shoes and balance. No I recommend families with small children, or older. We were there in March, which was borderline. May-september is the best time to visit. To experience both beech wood and Nimis must be beautiful. All "2000-talsstress" ran by me, it was a little robinson feeling. Here and now ... One with nature
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  • Pretty impressive constructions, mostly because of their location. Must have been really hard to put it all up at such place! The area around is awesome and the path quite difficult, but worth it.
  • Nimis is the magical capital of the country Ladonia. Remember to have taken your tetanus vaccine before passing the border - no passport required!
  • Really cool to climb in the structures. But be aware of the risk. It's just wood and nails. Quite good for nearly every age tough.
  • Well worth the hike down and the climb back up. Bring a simple picnic to enjoy on the big boulders!
  • It's a cool place with huge stones to jump on them, with a wooden construction to climb, and with a beautiful sea. Let adventures begin!