more intimate dining, Talldungen in Brösarp is a must. The hotel restaurant
fuses European flavours with local produce for a five-course degustation ($75
pp) set in rustic, candlelit surrounds, accompanied by an extensive wine list
featuring selections from South Australian vineyards Tom Shobbrook and Lucy
Margaux. Dishes change depending on seasonality, yet their famous porchetta
with haricot verts has remained a steadfast menu item for years owing to
popularity – to which this writer can attest.
activity you shouldn’t overlook in Skåne is trawling its famed flea markets,
known locally as loppis. The country is a gold mine for 20th-century antiques,
so if you love a secondhand gem keep an eye out for handwritten signs marked “loppis”
as you drive around the countryside, or pay a visit to Lund’s largest Saturday
street market on Södra Esplanadens.
its coastal scenes, Skåne feels distinctly out of place from the rest of
Sweden. But it’s this that makes it worth the trip, as it’s hard to believe such
a place exists so far north. Having enjoyed all you can in this surreal Scandi
paradise, there’s just one thing to do – and that’s keep it a secret from everyone