Along with a selection of items from us, Pablo Espinoza (@talesbypablo) och Charlotte Schildmeijer (@charlottescanvas) went for a weekend trip to Österlen in the southern part of Sweden. They went on excursions, exploring the coastline, the big open pastures, and cozy cafés and restaurants along the way. The result follows below.
“Last year, we went hiking all the way along this beach, so we wanted to go back and relive some memories and see it again. This time of year it was even more beautiful if that’s even possible.”
“As we were having breakfast at the hotel, we saw a group of elderly people walking along a pier. Even though it was late October, they walked out and into the water without any hesitation. We packed up our stuff and went down to the pier and found it to be an amazing location steeped in fog, where autumn colors and the sea blended into each other.”
“Ales Stenar reminds us of our trip to Scotland. It has the same feeling to it. Walking on grassy cliffs high above, with the sea raging below and the wind howling.”
“Olof Viktors is a café housed in a building that sits alone on farmland, surrounded by grazing cows and the occasional windmill. The place is popular and serves fantastic food and pastry. Just the inner courtyard itself makes it worth the visit.”
This is a natural reserve, with trails and a very long beach. One of Sweden’s most beautiful beaches, in my opinion. During the summer it reminds you of the tropics, but in autumn and winter, it has this derelict and serene feeling to it. Melancholic.
“Our final destination was Svabesholm. It’s a homestead, housing a hotel, a restaurant, a café, and a few boutiques. They’ve got animals and plantations. Not to mention Österlens best coffee.”
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