Top 20 Experiences in ystad
Self-Guided Audio Walking Tour Through Kurt Wallander's Ystad
A self-guided audio walking tour through Ystad, based on Henning Mankell’s Kurt Wallander short story ”The Death of the Photographer”. It is a chilly spring morning in 1988. Police detective Kurt Wallander is having breakfast when he is alerted that a local photographer has been found brutally murdered. The events of the murder are curious, and it becomes even more strange when Wallander finds a photo album that contains a grotesquely distorted image of himself at the crime scene. This audio tour is self-guided via a GPS-based app downloaded to your smartphone. There will be clues and evidence material hidden in your surroundings – features that are triggered to show up on your mobile screen when you get close to them. Through sound, images, and exciting puzzles you will be challenged to use your detective skills to solve this case. This walking tour is perfect for those who want to go sightseeing in Ystad in a fun and flexible manner, as well as for audio book- and puzzle game fans
Cycle tour to Ales Stenar
Visit one of Sweden’s most enigmatic sights! Cycle along quiet country and coastal roads to the ancient monolithic site set in the hills of the quaint little village of Kåseberga. Wallander fans will recognise Ales Stenar as the place where the fictional Swedish detective went to 'think and contemplate'. It's a magical site which makes us think of the timeless history, of people before us who have travelled here over the centuries and connects us in a way that many places just cannot. This is at the heart of this tour - an opportunity to tread in the footsteps of history, yet leaving little impact on the natural Swedish costal landscape. Includes a wonderful lunch, freshly prepared with local produce, in the harbour overlooking the baltic shore.
Cycle tour around stunning nature reserves
It's an opportunity to enjoy the fabulous countryside and connect with the nature around the Fyledalen Nature reserve, full of birds of prey, herds of deer and stags with sightings of wild pigs. The routes take you alongside the river valley, with some woodland climbs and easy roads through quiet Swedish villages where you can grab many photos of churches, traditional old cottages and magnificent grand houses.
Sydostleden Private Tour
Sydostleden is one of Sweden's national cycle paths. It stretches for almost 300 kilometers and offers a wide range of cycling experiences. The trail starts in southeastern Skåne, in the picturesque town of Simrishamn, and takes you through an ever-changing landscape all the way up to Växjö in Småland.