Sweden is known for its vast forests, rolling hills, mountain streams and northern lights. And even though Sweden is huge and it takes about a day to drive non-stop from the south to the north, you really do not need to drive very far from Malmö in the south, to experience amazing, breathtaking nature.
Malmö itself is also a very interesting city, with a beautiful mixture of old and new architecture. The old neighbourhoods of the city are filled with colored houses, cobblestone streets and a lot of cafés and restaurant.
You can easily spend a couple of hours in Malmö, before you go north. And after just an hour and a half in the car, you are in the most amazing piece of nature, called Kullen. In swedish named Kullaberg. It is a peninsula, a cliff and forest habitat.
Just before you get to Kullen, is the small town of Mölle. Here you find some amazing hotels and restaurant. Or if you are more into Airbnb, there are some good options here too. Mölle is the perfect place to spend a day or two, if you want to have your ceremony in Kullen.
You can either hike around Kullen or you can drive up to the Lighthouse and have a pretty short walk and you find yourself in the most amazing area.
You can spend an afternoon discovering and find the perfect place to say your ‘I do’! Whether you want to go down to sea level or climb cliffs. There are a lot of stunning options close to each other, some easy to access, some a bit harder.
After spending a day in Kullen, you go back Mölle, where you perhaps stay in a hotel with a view of the ocean. And you dine in one of the restaurant in the harbour.
Next morning before sunrise we make our way back up to Kullen, to the very spot you found the day before. Or maybe you have asked me to find the spot for you. We can go there in the car or make it a part of the adventure to hike up there. You have your flowers and your attire with you in your backpack or you make the hike in your wedding dress. With headlamps on we can easily make our way on foot.
And there, as the sun rises, you get married. You say your wows (or what you have planned) and exchange rings and you are married. Time to pop the champagne. 🙂
This post is a draft. Will be updated soon.
Copyright Kim Kjærgaard Sørensen
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