Fjärås Bräcka was created a bit before your time – 15,000 years ago during the last ice age, glaciers carved this natural wonder. This is the perfect spot for hiking amidst unspoilt nature.
Sixty meters above sea level lies Fjärås Bräcka, an island formation. From here you have breath-taking view of both the sea and Halland’s largest lake, Lygnern. The area is ribboned with beautiful hiking and walking trails. Up the hill is also Naturum Fjärås Bräcka where you can walk about a permanent exhibition that showcases the local nature and culture of the place. Often, they also organize child-friendly activities and there’s a café inside the nature reserve.