Kullaberg Nature Reserve
Kullaberg is a nature reserve situated on a peninsula of land protruding into the Kattegat in Höganäs Municipality near the town of Mölle in southwest Sweden.
The terrain is dominated by steep cliffs rising from the sea and rocky outcrops on the ridge above. The area was inhabited as early as the Stone Age. There are stone circles, grave mounds, ancient village remains and other archeological features.
In the 1980s controversial artist Lars Vilks constructed wood sculptures called Nimis from driftwood, situated in one of the cove areas. While some people consider this an artistic addition to the nature reserve, others consider it unappealing.
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- West Kullaberg 1971, East Kullaberg 1965, marine parts in 1986, animal welfare field 1994th
- In total, approximately 980 have land, about 300 water. (West Kullaberg about 280 have land, 190 ha of water, East Kullaberg about 700 ha, 102 ha of water.)
- Reserve Kullaberg actually consists of two nature reserves set up at different times. Within the reserve, special provisions and limitations on the right of public access exists. The regulations affecting the public can be found here and on information boards in the area.
- Kullen & Bjäre peninsula
- Höganäs kommun
- Recreation areas & Nature reserve