Scan Magazine | Issue 77 | June 2015

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Scan Magazine | Special Theme | Top Summer Experiences in Sweden

water,” says Siljegård enthusiastically. “There are loads of water activities to be discovered and if you don’t feel like getting wet, taking a walk along the beach while the waves tickle your feet provides precisely that sense of complete freedom and relaxation many aspire to reach during their time off work.” If you are looking for a bit more upbeat features to your stay, you won’t be disappointed. A mere ten-minute drive from the city centre lies Tylösand, known to many as one of the greatest beaches in Sweden. Every evening during the summer months, Tylösand puts on great beach parties with live bands, bars and restaurants sure to give everyone attending a night they will be hard pressed to forget. People from all over come flocking to take part of the great scene where famous and local DJ’s and bands help create a fantastically fun end of what is sure to be a joyous day in Summer Halmstad.

And who can blame them? Halmstad is a fantastic mixture of relaxation and activity, fun and serenity. The golfer’s opportunities are never ending, and the connoisseurs’ taste buds are constantly provided with delicacies. The party animals get their treats and the little mermaids and mermen will easily tour the varying coastline without feeling a single stitch of repetition.

Photo: Patrick Leonardsson

Even though 2014 was a great year for Halmstad as the faun-bearer of Swedish summer destinations, 2015 gives promise to an equally spectacular vacation season. No matter what you want to do you won’t have to go far to find it, and with a range like Halmstad, all your travel companions will be sure to get their holiday wishes fulfilled. But why take our word for it, book your trip now and see for yourself. But be warned: you may never want to leave.

Photo: Patrick Leonardsson

Still the ultimate summer destination “The convenience of everything is probably something people appreciate the most when they come for a visit,” Siljegård notes. “Independently of the weather you always find things to keep you occupied in a close proximity. People stay for a week and still struggle to tick off everything on their to-do lists,” she says with a laugh.

Feeling the urge to swing some iron? Please visit for some more golf delights in Halmstad.

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Photo: Patrick Leonardsson

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