4.714 Votes
  • Address: Måkläppen, 239 40 Falsterbo, Sweden, Västra Vemmenhög
  • Tags: Village, View Point, Family And Kids

This laid-back church village in Sweden in the Skåne county is ideal for tranquillity and calmness. Facing the sea side, the village offers stunning sunset views along with gastronomic delights of the water world. Plenty of options for boarding and lodging make this place ideal for a getaway with family and friends. This village has historic importance because it was mentioned in the book “Nils Holgersson’s wonderful journey through Sweden” by Selma Lagerlöf.

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How to Reach Maklappen

  • Take bus number 28 from Kärnan in Malmö and then the PÅGATÅG train to reach the village.

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Maklappen Reviews & Ratings

  • This place is only accessible a few month a year and its a must see. Recommend going there early so you have time to walk around and enjoy the place. It is hard to see the seals so bring a binoculars or a camera with good zoom as you may see them in the water around the island

  • Realy nice place!

  • Beautiful as seen from above!

  • Nice walk on calm winter days

  • Seals, remnants of old shipwrecks, beautiful nature. Only open from October to January for wildlife protection!

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