A short drive north of Malmö in Sweden, you’ll find a priceless Swedish jewel. It’s a long granite peninsula pointing northwest into the Kattegatt, and crowning this peninsula is the Kullenberg Nature Reserve, an area very highly regarded by local divers. The reserve features rocky, rugged, wooded coastline and steep ravines.
The waters off the rocky shore support abundant marine life: Salmon and cod prowl the open sea, and lobsters lurk under nearly every ledge – they are big and bold, thriving in the protected marine sanctuary.
The peninsula’s orientation means that it’s almost always possible to find a sheltered dive site and you have the real possibility of having the place to yourself. Be ready to make a day of it and hike with your gear to one of the many small jetties or ladders.
Find local PADI dive shops and explore the top dive sites with our map.
Once you’ve flown in to Sweden, there are plenty of ways to get around. Take taxis or busses within the cities, then rent a car or take the train while travelling through the countryside.